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    How Mohammed Ali Taught Me Magic

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    Hours after he died, David Remnick, Editor of the New Yorker Magazine, penned what will definitely be the most eloquent and elegant obituary of the greatest and the prettiest titled, The Outsized Life of Mohammed Ali. He said Ali was; arguably the most famous person on the planet, known as a supreme athlete, an uncanny…

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    Joy To A Troubled World

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    (Christmas Message to the Catholic Faithful in the Diocese of Sokoto, By, His Lordship, Bishop Matthew Hassan KUKAH) I want to use this medium to congratulate you all for the wonderful support we received marking the Golden Jubilee of our dear Diocese last week. May God the creator of heaven and earth, the one with…

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    To Heal A Fractured Nation

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    A house divided against itself cannot stand. I believe this government cannot endure, permanently half slaveand half free. I do not expect the Union to be dissolved — I do not expect the house to fall — but I do expect it will cease to be divided…It will become all one thing or all the other. The above quotation comes from Abraham Lincoln’s famous speech, known now as the House…

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    These Are Tough Times For Nigeria

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    Let us pause and remember that today is the 13th anniversary of the day the doors of evil were thrown open by the sad events of destruction of the twin towers and the dastardly killing of thousands of innocent lives in New York. May God grant them peace, console their families and give the world…

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    Wole Soyinka: 80 Years Of Genius And Prophetic Outrage

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    While the struggle went on by other means, Hollywood stepped in. Hollywood chose the theme of inter-racial marriage to make the point. The aspirations, ideals and visions encapsulated in the Civil Rights Act found expression in the historic film, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner which was made in 1967. In an unforgettable performance, Spencer Tracy,…

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