Nigeria, a few stories and more stories

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Prince Charles Dickson

Let me start with a few phrases from the essay of Oluwashina Okeleji, writing under the title “Ball-less Nigeria, shameless NFF”. Simply put Nigeria could not provide the official Confederation of African Football (CAF) match balls for the game.

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A Liberal who never trusted the Mainstream Media

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Sami Jamil Jadallah

Not so sure if you are like me, but I am a liberal, not a Democratic or Republican liberal but liberal in the sense that I feel the government must represent and be at the service of the people, all the people, not only Wall Street, Lobbyists and Washington Think Tanks.

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Ritual Murder In Africa

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Isaac Abban

It is quiet surprising and undoubtedly a worrying trend as to why most African societies allow barbaric cultural and superstitious practices to exist in this age of enlightenment and scientific reasoning.

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The Nigerian shadow I have always known

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Ogunniyi Abayomi

Along the streets, suburbs, pedestrian walkways and terminal junction in the metropolitan city of Lagos, we have read the tragic stories and observed the dotted analysis of each narrative along with an imaginary caption of the devastating events and occurrences within our society, disseminated by the medium of communication, in addition to publishing materials sold by vendors across the street.

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South Sudanese musician uses song to educate on social media’s shortcomings

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Gift Friday

Through her songs, a South Sudanese musician from Gbudue State is educating youth and parents on the shortcomings of social media.

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Mashal Proven Innocent But Society Proven Guilty

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Imad Zafar

A Joint Investigation Team (JIT) in Pakistan, comprised of 13 members, has finally prepared the report regarding Mashal Khan’s lynching.

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