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Christ is risen: so what?—he is King and we must submit to his authority.
Nigeria loses roughly $500 million annually to cybercrime with a substantial increase in the sophistication of online criminals. 
The Nigerian civil war, which was fought between the Nigerian government and the breakaway Biafran nation from 1967-1970, killed more than one million people mostly from the southeast region.
Pride goes before destruction, and a haughty heart before a fall.
As we approach 2023, it is a good time for Church leaders to be reminded of the principle of the separation of church and state. Customarily, in Nigeria’s pseudo-political culture, pastors and church leaders alike in moments like this--when election...
Mary Onuoha, the UK-based Nigerian, was forced to leave her job at Croydon University Hospital in June 2020 and thereafter sued the hospital's NHS Trust.
There's hope that twitter users in Nigeria will soon regain access to the platform as it has met the six requirements imposed on it by the federal government. The committee set up to resolve the impasse between both parties...
Professor Wole Soyinka, in a letter  written to the daughter of late Bola Ige in marking the 20th year since his death, asked president Muhammadu Buhari to publicize his investigation on Bola Ige's death. He claimed that the president...
The Northern Governors Forum headed by Simon Lalong has appreciated the efforts of the Nigerian armed forces in carrying out operations against insecurity in the northern part of the country. The operations are said to have dislodged bandits and...
Anyone paying the slightest attention to the evolution of social media will be fascinated, if not nearly depressed by the many activities that play out on it. The emergence of big tech has ushered in a surging wave of...