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Slavery and Racism Are Acts of Terrorism

This essay defines terrorism; it says that slavery and racism are acts of terrorism. It concludes that those Americans and Arabs that had slaves were villainous terrorists, not heroes of mankind. In the past I read standard writings on American history, politics and economics, stuff largely written by white America, stuff meant to persuade the […]

Killer Beans: 6 Family Members Die After Meal

Six family members have lost their lives after eating moi-moi prepared from suspected poisoned beans in Gombi local government Area of Adamawa. Confirming the incident, the state police public relations officer, ASP Altine Daniel, said one Ali Mohammed and other members of his family including his wife, Hauwa, his four-year-old son and Mohammed’s parents, Alhaji […]

In support of mother tongue

Education refers to making someone understand, know and practice for daily living or store in memory for future occurrences. My attendance in a private secondary school opened my eyes to what education is in Nigeria. What students are taught is how to speak English Language; putting it this way; how fluent English language can be […]

Poor PHCN!

In the past 20 years, there have been pressures on the Federal Government to improve the epileptic electricity supply in the country. PHCN has perennially failed to deliver efficient services while corruption among its officials has become a pastime. Except drastic steps are taken, generations unborn might not enjoy stable power supply in the land. […]

Night Travels and Road Safety

Last week, over 20 passengers were run over by a speeding passenger bus on the Lokoja-Abuja road. The unfortunates were traveler whose vehicle had been intercepted by armed robbers and who were made to lie face down on the roadside while they were searched and tortured. Another fully loaded bus traveling on the same route […]

NYSC members receive awards

Outstanding members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) 2010 ‘Batch A’ were presented with outstanding corps volunteer awards of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) following their contributions to nation building. A total of 55 ex-corps members were honoured at the event organized by the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) and the office of the […]

Rethinking the NYSC scheme

Current trends of events in Nigeria are a strong reminder that respectful discourse is at the heart of the political enterprise. Advocating civility does not symbolize a retreat from passionate argument. On the contrary, it acknowledges that meaningful and constructive dialogue requires a certain degree of mutual respect, willingness to listen, and tolerance for opposing […]

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