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1 Nigeriaworld -- All About Nigeria
Daily news updates, viewpoints, feature articles and essays on Nigeria, Africa and the world in general, from a Nigerian perspective.
2 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Moses' leadership style and Alternative History for Nigeria
It is no longer secret to say that a few Nigerian elites and intellectuals with conscience, those who have started to debate about the need for an alternative history for the nation, are viewed nowadays by the present class of Nigerian leaders as enemies of the state. This has resulted in the state sponsored witch-haunt through government machinery and institutions....
3 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Norms for Oath-of-Office in Nigerian democracy: The governor against the Bible and his choice of fetish deities
Since Governor Okorocha confesses publicly of being a Christian, and Christianity is also my own religion, my take on him in this article is inspired by the above implications of his statement which centers principally, on his choice of fetish deities instead of the God revealed in the Holy Scripture, in swearing in politicians for public offices in Nigeria.
4 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Rev. Fr. Dr. Robert E. MGBEAHURUIKE (1947 - 2017): The Model Witness of a Pioneer Nigerian Chaplain in Rome, Italy
On February 3, 2017, the Nigerian Catholic community in Rome (Italy) and the Catholic Diocese of Orlu, Imo State - indeed, the entire Catholic Church in Nigeria, received with great shock and bewilderment the sad news of the demise, but also the call to glory of the Very Rev. Fr. Dr. Robert Emeka Mgbeahuruike.
5 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Southern Kaduna victims want justice, NOT military "Occupation"
We have today, the case of Southern Kaduna mass-killings and other similar atrocities perpetuated by a known terrorist group, Fulani herdsmen militia. Instead of applying justice to address this ugly situation, we are still using the archaic formula of military might in responding to a clear case of crime against humanity.
6 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - 'Ministry of Religious Affairs" is NOT the answer: Reply to Owerri Muslim leader's call
Mind you, Malam Magaji is not concerned about the lives of innocent Nigerians, wasted by these terror groups. Rather his concern is about the need to halt any obstacle militating against the present government's body language and actions, which many right thinking individuals see as desperate attempts towards promoting Islamic religion and Hausa-Fulani expansionism in Nigeria.
7 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Modern African migrations: Anti-immigration laws and walls are NOT the answer
The reshaping of the global world through the complex interaction and interdependence between the "global" and the "local" has rendered the growing anti-immigration laws and building of walls of boundaries against African immigrants and others in the North Atlantic world a defunct and meaningless effort.
8 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Religion is NOT the problem: Revisiting Prof. Soyinka's stigmatization of religion
For me, Nigeria's problem is NOT religion! Neither is it corruption. ... Have we as a nation ever wondered why was it that the intellectual giants and our pan-African frontline politicians, such as Nnamdi Azikiwe, Obafemi Awolowo, and others, our freedom fighters in the struggle for independence, were not given political power at independence in 1960?
9 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Cultural Mythologies and Violence: Beyond the nation's founding concepts of 'unity and faith'
Like all symbols, myths can evoke deep emotional responses and a sense of mystery in those who accept them, simply because they develop out of the very depths of human experience of birth, life, death. No matter how hard we seek to deepen our grasp of the meaning of myths, they still remain somewhat ambiguous and mysterious, because they attempt to articulate what cannot be fully articulated. Myths are symbols in narrative form.
10 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Christmas and New Year Reflection – Jesus’ Ancestry Narrative: A Universal-inclusive Leadership
Luke’s narrative of Jesus’ ancestry and infancy, invites us to use this period of Christmas and New Year festivities for sober reflection on the happenings around us and in the world in general.

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