Monday, November 18, 2019
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Welcoming Kaigama as New Catholic Archbishop of Abuja

There were significant changes in the hierarchy of the Catholic Church in the nation’s capital, Abuja, recently. The Pontiff, Pope Francis, announced the retirement of Cardinal John  Olorunfemi  Onaiyekan, 75, as Archbishop of the Catholic Diocese of Abuja and   the appointment of his successor, former Archbishop of Jos, Ignatius Ayau  Kaigama.   We welcome

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Resurgence of Cult Violence in Higher Institutions

Cultism has for some decades, especially since 1980s, constituted a great nuisance in the nation’s higher institutions. As a result, secret societies usually made of small groups of students and even teachers with extreme religious , socio,  ideological views and other interests  have been   employing  violence in the cause of trying to  impose  their beliefs

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Towards Peaceful, Credible Elections in Kogi, Bayelsa

Nigeria is expected to hold two important elections before the end of the year. The Independent National Electoral Commission,[ INEC] ,is  to conduct  state governorship  elections on   Saturday, November 16   in Kogi state in North central, while Bayelsa in the south-south region of the country will witness another.  Ordinarily the two elections in Bayelsa and

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Oil Discovery in the North

 The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation [NNPC], recently announced   the finding  of oil and gas in the north-eastern part of the country. Significantly, the discovery of petroleum  in the Gongola Basin in commercial quantity is the first of its kind in the entire northern part  of the country. NNPC broke what  could pass    as  the most significant news  from  the

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