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Nothing is more painful and exasperating than when a supposed friend betrays your trust; nothing more irritating than knowing you could have avoided being stabbed in the back by a professed ally wearing velvet gloves...

The contents of this piece are bound to elicit plethora of harsh reactions from some holier-than-though ones among us; the highly religious, but less spiritual, fanatical adherents of the several religious bodies in Nigeria, most especially some know-it-all arrowheads of the two major religions - Christianity and Islam – and their largely ignorant disciples...

You remember when corruption was least mentioned in our daily political and economic lexicons? When Salvation was the engine of evangelism instead of prosperity?

One of the cardinal issues strangulating religious harmony in Nigeria is the deliberate and sometimes ignorance-propelled fanaticism that has eaten deep into the psyche of some faithful both within Christendom and Islam, the two major religions in Nigeria...

During the Oputa Supreme Court days, there was noticeable erudition in Supreme Court judgments. The legal academia gradually lost its intellectual shine as locally trained lectures dictated notes to students to copy...

Peace, unity, reconciliation and forgiveness are what we Nigerians should stand to acknowledge through wisdom, kindness, liberty, justice, fairness, love: and work to overcome the negative through the creation of a positive mindset that would lead us to a positive environment...

There were vicious strains of political Ebola that terminally strangulated credible elections and the continuum of good governance. Those strains where personified by spent forces who transmuted to political vampires and garrison commanders. They catalyzed the processes of electoral malpractice with the highest level of impunity and infected the image of the country...

The dreaded Ebola virus and Boko Haram represent different faces of two most dire crises currently plaguing Nigeria. The former is a natural contagion, the latter a human-made disaster...

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