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    A Night Of Darkness And The Law Of Karma

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    Given the fact that we are still commemorating the fifty year anniversary of the January 15th 1966 coup I have decided to write a follow-up essay to last week’s column. It is interesting to note the fact that virtually every single one of those that actually carried out the killings and pulled the triggers during…

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    January 15, 1966: A Night Of Blood And Slaughter

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    On the night of January 15th 1966 a coup d’etat took place in Nigeria which resulted in the murder of a number of leading political figures and senior army officers in Lagos, Kaduna and Ibadan. This was the first coup in the history of our country and 98 per cent of the officers that planned and…

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    Of Warriors And Heroes Past

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    The warrior is noble and strong. His resolve is firm and his commitment is total. His is to kill, to shed blood and to be killed. His is to die for his king and for a worthy cause. His is to protect and lay down his life for his faith, his nation, his people and…

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    The Believers Creed

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    Bring light where there is darkness, joy where there is pain, hope where there is despair and respite where there is suffering. Fear not the mighty, be strong and confident in all circumstances, uphold the truth and defend the weak. Fight the power, bow to no man, stand firm on your convictions and resist the…

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    Gator Meat, Killer Cops And A Town Called Ferguson

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    The decision by a grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri not to indict police officer Daren Wilson for the murder of Michael Brown, a young black man, has caused quite a stir. It has not only sparked off a vicious cycle of violence in Ferguson itself coupled with protests all over America but it has also…

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    A Great Day

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    God is truly great and this essay serves as a testimony to His love, mercy, faithfulness and awesome power. We had a great day in court on Monday 17th November 2014. I give thanks to God. After we made our no case submission I was discharged and acquitted of 38 counts out of the 40…

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    The Blood Of The Children, The Shame Of A Nation

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    Forty nine innocent little boys were butchered by Boko Haram in their schools on 10th November 2014 as they resumed class in Yobe state. The question must be asked: is there any limit to the depravity of these monsters and those that secretly support and encourage them? I may not know much but one thing…

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    The Great Delusion

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    I read Mr. Don C. Adinuba’s article titled ‘Toying With The Fire Of Religion’ in Thisday Newspaper on 5th November 2014. He raised some interesting points, some of which I will attempt to address here. There is a grave affliction that has gripped our land. That affliction is known as willful delusion. Thankfully not all…

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    Remembering The Chibok Girls

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    In the early hours of the morning of April 14th 2014 276 girls were abducted from their school as they slept. They all came from a predominantly Christian town in northern Nigeria called Chibok. They were all between the ages of 15 and 18. They were eager to get a good education and to make…

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