Desmond Tutu and the logic of liberation preachments

BY STEVE OGAH The Archbishop Emeritus of the Anglican Church of South Africa, Desmond Mpilo Tutu, who died at the age of 90 on 26th December 2021, threw South Africa … Read More

Young victims of discrimination are more likely to have mental health issues, says a new study

BY JOYCE BINDA A new study published Monday in the Pediatrics Journal says that young victims of discrimination are more likely to develop mental health issues and behavioral problems. The … Read More

Popular and Controversial Nigerian Televangelist TB Joshua dies at 57

BY ANELA SASHA   He was appreciated and disliked for his prosperity gospel, prophecies and healing claims, so TB Joshua’s death has taken over the online space. Facebook groups and … Read More

Introducing “Facing Troublemakers,” a new book by Sudanese-born writer Amr Muneer Dahab

BY USMAN MAMA Prolific Sudanese-born writer Amr Muneer Dahab has a new book: Facing Troublemakers, Notes on Dealing with Conflict. The book, the author’s first one written in English, was … Read More

Conversation with Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari

BY NIGERIAN AUTHOR AMARA CHIDINMA EZEDINIRU B.U.H.A.R.I. If I had a minute with President Buhari, I would share these thoughts with him. Because we thought highly of your intelligence and … Read More

The Gods Amongst Us!

BY NIGERIAN AUTHOR AMARA CHIDINMA EZEDINIRU On the occasion of World Teachers Day—October 5th—Nigerian author and business administrator, Amara Chidinma Ezediniru, salutes the members of this laudable profession to whom … Read More