O Christmas!

By Banji Ayoola O Christmas! When the Heavens and the earth, indeed all spheres of Creation are awash with exultant singing, dancing and merrymaking, in the most unusual electrifying jubilation. And these stream downwards to flood and permeate the entire universe. And hover above and around, seeking to penetrate all human beings, all creatures, without […]

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How Alaafin’s police orderly caused Abacha scare at my wedding

By Yinka Fabowale The mood at the traditional wedding/introduction ceremony just got upbeat as the bride after the usual motions of customary courtesies and bestowal of blessings by her family and the groom’s, smilingly took her seat beside me on the special nuptial chairs placed at a corner of the middle space partitioning the seated […]

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I have learnt…

By Maryanne Idokogi Life is such a mixed basket of experiences in which I find that the more I get to recognise and understand…the more I realise just how little I truly know…but of this little… I have discovered…that just when you no longer allow your personal will or desires take center stage in your […]

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Leaders should address Nigeria problems honestly

  After extensive deliberation, the Congress attended by members from the eleven chapels in the state resolved as follow: 1. That the Union congratulates Nigerians for successfully celebrating 19years of uninterrupted Democratic rule in the Country, advising political office holders to be more proactive and sincere in addressing various challenges facing the nation including economic […]

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