IGBO GOVERNORS WITHOUT VISION By Prof. Obi Nwakanma

Nwanna, Many years ago, the General, Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu spoke about the “Biafra of the mind.” Only a few, I think, understood him. Well, they say, only the deep speak to the deep. But let me attempt here to tease out Dim Ojukwu’s prescription: the greatest proof of Igbo survival and aspiration must be to […]

Continue Reading

The story of Job! Myth, Fiction or Truth! by Pius Amakor

The story of Job has been misunderstood for a very long time now. When one reads the story,questions often arise in the intuition of man. Does the ALMIGHTY not protect His Servants /Children! Why does GOD allow His Servants suffer? Does GOD truly allow His Servants suffer! Let’s go back in time! This was 18 […]

Continue Reading

Can acquisition of material luxury gives happiness? by KOLAPO OGUNGBEMILE

Man is on earth to find supreme happiness. That is his goal on earth. Only mankind need money for transaction in this dense coarsest Gross Matter called earth. The earth is the furtherest outpost hence it is ponderous. Outside this realm, money is not needed for transaction. Animals and substantiates do the will of God […]

Continue Reading

Is Pope Francis Right to Dismiss the Existence of Hell?

Recently in an interview with Italian daily La Repubblica, Pope Francis was quoted as saying. “There is no hell where the souls of sinners suffer in eternity” Francis said: “after death, the souls of people who repent are pardoned by God and join in his contemplation, “but those who do not repent, and therefore cannot […]

Continue Reading

IS IT CORRECT TO REGARD A PERSON AS AN OUTCAST? by Sola Adeyegbe

Generally speaking an outcast is a person who is rejected or cast out from home or society, or in some way excluded, looked down upon, isolated, rejected, or ignored. Aside this general description, there are various caste systems world over (Nigeria inclusive)  under  which some people in a particular society are regarded as freeborn and […]

Continue Reading

A BOLD QUESTION FOR MY WIFE by Dayan Masinde and Akello Oliech

“Mom, do we disappoint you? Do you hate us? Do you hate your family?” Her child asked her. She was driving her child home from school. Her husband was reading a newspaper. Her child was seated on the back seat, her husband on the front passenger seat. “Why would you say something so stupid, I […]

Continue Reading