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Every violent conflict has its beneficiaries. These beneficiaries are the people who hide behind iron masks to stoke the fire of violence; the secret players behind the scene; the evil hands hidden in velvet gloves waiting to pounce on any opportunity presented by war to make profit...

Rivers are symbols of the flow of life. That in itself embodies typical resources of spirituality and divinity that establish and sustain virtues of ethical economy of life. With that given statement, the Indian Ganges River comes to mind...

“Spiritual Wealth”, which is the major theme of the Bible and which, despite having been muffled by the prosperity doctrines of some of today’s churches, will ultimately determine our final destination after judgment day. Whether we are going to “Heaven” or “Hell” will be determined by the kind of wealth we choose to acquire on this earthly plain...

There has been unrest in the Boardrooms from Wall Street to the City of London as politicians play Russian roulette, while their accountants report marginal profits and losses...

Nigerians were thrown into the ice when in July 2003, a sitting governor in the person of Ngige was abducted and was placed with a gun on his throat to sign a letter that he would cease to be governor...

My recent column, entitled “Bishop Kukah’s Grave Misreading,” generated a high volume of emails, many of them remarkable for their insight. I was so struck by one email, written by a UK-based Nigerian, that I wrote back to ask its writer for permission to share his thoughts with others...

Of all the roadblocks that exist in the Nigerian healthcare system, disharmony and rivalry among health professionals is the biggest challenge. Doctors care more about remuneration than healthcare reforms...

A great number of public nursery, primary, secondary and tertiary schools across the country do not have lavatories, experts said. Some have toilets, but its either the restrooms do not have doors or a water system for users’ convenience...

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