Adeyemi’s tears as symbol of a Parliament held hostage

It had all the elements of drama. But, deeply etched on Senator Smart Adeyemi’s histrionics and lachrymose display was the dilemma of the Ninth Senate’s being unequally yoked with the Presidency. The Senator representing Kogi West, while making his contributions to the debate on the nagging security situation in the country, gave the impression that […]

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Politicisation of judicial appointments and implications on justice delivery

By Bridget Chiedu Onochie Stakeholders in the temple of justice have often clamoured for quality judgment and acceleration of justice delivery in various court levels across Nigeria. As it was often suggested, one of the ways of achieving that objective is through engagement of additional judicial officers to handle the heavy workload in the courts’ dockets. […]

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World Water Day: Water, water everywhere, yet not enough to drink in Nigeria

Washing in a river is very common in Nigeria following government’s failure to provide pipe borne water for citizens Photo: UNICEF As Nigeria joined the rest of the world to celebrate the World Water Day (WWD) 2021 last Monday, many citizens went to rivers, ponds, wells and boreholes located far away or near their homes […]

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Can I point others to the Truth even if I still have some weaknesses?

By Sola Adeyegbe This question is a source of concern for many who have come to recognise the Truth but feel unworthy to share that which moves them because of their own faults. However, we should not be shy to spread or make known the Truth that we have been permitted mercifully to recognise. After […]

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