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Religious Tolerance In A Turbulent World; A Leaf From The Yoruba – By Olobe Yoyon

  “Digging deep into the philosophy of our elders, I found this prayer – “Ọlọ́run ma jẹ ka gba wèrè mọ ẹ̀sìn”! (God help us not to mix madness with religion). Evidently, the Yorùbá differentiate between wèrè (madness) and ẹ̀sìn (religion)” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | MAY 17, 2022 When many nations are regressing into a culture of religious hatred, hostility, ...

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Nigeria’s Seven Madness And Why The Egg is About To Be Broken Again – By Tim Akano

  To this end, I recommend the immediate setting up of the NIGERIA RE-WORK EMINENT PERSONALITIES TEAM (NREPT) whose Executive Secretary shall be Dr Father Matthew Kukah, and Chairman, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo and Co-Chairman, The Sultan of Sokoto. Other recommended members are IBB, TY. Danjuma, Gowon, Abdusalam, Pastor E A Adeboye, plus 12 opinion leaders, two from each geo-political Zone ...

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Tinubu: The Man And His Bold Ideas; An Appraisal Of The Jagaban Feats – Tope Ajayi

  In the last two decades, one man that has consistently proved that tremendous public good can be achieved when a visionary leader is in the driver’s seat is Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu. In just 22 years, Lagos has, unarguably, witnessed a remarkable transformation. This achievement is not by happenstance, but rather through deliberate and methodical planning and execution. PEGASUS ...

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ASIWAJU: On The Trail of a Master Strategist – By Tunji Bello

  As Concord’s Group Political Editor, I had gotten, on a Thursday, an “exclusive” on what transpired at Babangida’s AFRC (Armed Forces Ruling Council) emergency meeting the previous day and their resolution on political actors to be arrested and news media to be shut down. I thereafter alerted Dele Alake about the development with a view to farming around it ...

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2023: Nigeria’s Sexual Healing – Promise Adiele – Convener, Third Force Movement

  At the end of every sexual intercourse, the frustrated and conquered party will hope for another opportunity to right the wrongs of the previous experience. Also, the victorious party would want another opportunity to replicate the previous experience or improve on it. PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | APRIL 16, 2022 Sex, that biological indulgence between an adult male and female ...

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FEATURE: Money Ritual: Nigeria’s New Normal – Promise Adiele PhD

  The National Orientation Agency (NOA) has work to do. Our secondary schools and universities should dedicate special days to educating the students about the dangers of money rituals. Religious bodies should preach against this practice. Together, we are all involved in it. PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | MARCH 25, 2022 Teaching Oral African Literature affords me the opportunity to critically ...

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Features: 7 Reasons Why Degree Holders Are Poor – Gbenga Adebambo

  “Don’t limit yourself to the classroom. Do something practical. Take a leadership position. Start a business and fail; that’s better entrepreneurship. Contest an election and lose. It will teach you something political science will not teach you. Attend a seminar. Read books outside the scope of your course.” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | MARCH 28, 2022 1. THEY DON’T THINK ...

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Are Conflicts In Nigerian Democracy Ideological Struggles Or Confirmation Of Tonnie Iredian Theory Of Deductive Deceptions

  Now, where’s the party of integrity if the sum total of the two is confirmed by the Nigerian Governors’ Forum as one, all controlled by the same elements of the 1999 Democratic injustices and power force sponsors? A nostalgic tribute’ to Mr. Point Blank, my mentor @ NTA. PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | MARCH 5, 2022 The crises bedevilling Nasarawa ...

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