Nigeria · Politics

Buhari: Alternate Power Generation For Homes And Industries

We cannot afford to fail again on generation of electricity to homes and industries in Nigeria. But we certainly need a new approach without dislocating the enormous investments made by previous governments. A good example is how affordable cell phones are in Nigeria these days, compared to petty traders that acquired them in Benin Republic… Continue reading Buhari: Alternate Power Generation For Homes And Industries

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Nigeria · Opinion · Politics

GEJ: Between “Persecution” And “Prosecution”

By Muhammad Al-Ghazali When the history of the presidency of Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (PHD) is written, one of the most enduring legacies of his tenure will undoubtedly be the incredible liberties the man and his wife took in their choices and application of the English language. Another of such legacies will also be his frequent… Continue reading GEJ: Between “Persecution” And “Prosecution”

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Track and Field Radio Index Debuts

Track and Field Radio Index, a media ratings, monitoring and market intelligence platform is taking off in Kaduna to provide independent, authoritative and effective measurement of media content, penetration and audience data using universally accepted statistical methods and tools; it is the first of its kind in Northern Nigeria. The Track and Field Radio Index,… Continue reading Track and Field Radio Index Debuts

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Biography · Featured · Freedom of Speech · Human-Rights · Nigeria · Personal · Profile · Religious Freedom

Feature: The Law and You

INTRODUCTION The Law, over years has obtained this cloak of invisibility such that the average person is unable to decipher its Language. Moreso, Our society especially in recent times usually misconstrues the true nature of the Law. Lawyers are often perceived as liars who use the Law to manipulate and to serve their own purpose… Continue reading Feature: The Law and You

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Africa · Arab World · Europe · Freedom of Speech · Human-Rights · Islam · Libya · Middle East · News · Nigeria · Religion & Spirituality · Religious Freedom · United States

More Provocation: French Magazine Publishes More Caricatures of Prophet Mohammed

A French satirical magazine has published controversial caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed on Wednesday as worldwide protests continue against a US film. France announced it would close embassies and schools in around 20 countries, fearing violence.

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Africa · Analysis · Arab World · Daawah · Human-Rights · Islam · Middle East · Nigeria · Religion & Spirituality · United States

Mocking the Prophet, How Should We React?

How should we Muslim react to mockery of our Prophet Muḥammad (SAW) or should we even react at all? Just like the cartoons few years ago, the Muslim response to the recent film has been very diverse.  From the very mild of responses to the very violent ones, what’s most noteworthy is the enormity of the response.  Despite the… Continue reading Mocking the Prophet, How Should We React?

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Islam · News · Nigeria · Religion & Spirituality

37 Years After Dying, Sheikh Ibrahim Nyass Appears in Abeokuta

Barely a week after a child was reportedly born with Islamic rosary, (Tesbaha) in Sagamu, Ogun State, another amazing  event was recorded in the ancient town of Abeokuta, as a man that was believed to have died about four decades ago was sighted at Mawuko area of Odeda local government, Ogun State. The appearance of… Continue reading 37 Years After Dying, Sheikh Ibrahim Nyass Appears in Abeokuta

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Africa · Analysis · News · Nigeria · Opinion · Politics · Terrorism

Telecoms and Boko Haram – By Dr. Aliyu Tilde

The much expected claim of responsibility for the attacks on offices and installations of telecommunication companies (telecoms) in Nigeria by Jama’at Ahlus Sunnah lid Da’awati wal Jihad – or Boko Haram as they are popularly called – finally came yesterday. With it, it is certain that the two elephants are logged in a fight that… Continue reading Telecoms and Boko Haram – By Dr. Aliyu Tilde

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‘The North will rise again’ – Muhammad Al-Ghazali

These certainly are not the best of times for the various states in the northern half of Nigeria. From lofty heights under the able and commanding leadership of the late Sir Ahmadu Bello, the Sardauna of Sokoto, the region has now become a problem onto itself. It is presently not only home to one of… Continue reading ‘The North will rise again’ – Muhammad Al-Ghazali

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