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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 - Nigerians deserve to know what ails President Buhari
It serves the good of the nation and ... particularly important at this point in time in our nationís history because President Buhariís health has significant impact on the health and stability of the nation and how international investors and partners perceive the benefits and risks of any long term commitment to Nigeria.
3 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Dream Team VI as the Nigerian Story
When the final whistle was blown signaling a victory for Nigeriaís Olympic Dream Team VI at the Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador, Brazil, I was ecstatic for our boys. We had beaten Denmark and we were into the semi-final! However, the remarks of the ESPN commentator for that match gave me some food for thought....
4 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - A new kind of Nigeria is still possible
Our values as a people are unhealthy and cannot sustain a well functioning, well integrated, and well organized social structure of multiple and diverse peoples. If we compare Nigeria to India, we can see a painful contrast in terms of values. These days most Nigerians flock to India for medical intervention. It will be interesting to find out the success rate because most of the people that I knew who went there either died in India or died few weeks upon return to Nigeria.
5 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Boko Haram as the face of Northern Nigeria and the rest of US: A socio-critical discourse
It is high time we all stood our ground and do our duty to this nation by coming together, leaving all 'sentiments', and fight this assault on our collective pride as a nation. The in-fighting among our ethnic nationalities, politicians, religions etc; cannot keep going on while our children and nation is being attacked by enemies within and outside our borders.
6 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - The Same Sex Marriage Prohibition Act, 2013: A call for dialogue for the sake of those on the margins
I wish to argue in this short discourse why I think the signing into law of the Same Sex Marriage Prohibition Act of 2013 by President Jonathan on 30th December, 2013 is very precipitate and ill-advised. Making this argument in itself is risky: it is nearly impossible in our environment to have a reasoned discourse on sensitive issues like this one, but I believe a dialogue is needed....
7 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Lenten reflection: In search of the heart of true religion in Nigeria: Some questions
Any visitor to Nigeria will immediately notice that Nigerians take religion seriously. Our cities and highways are filled with places of worship, religious signs and symbols; our cars, buses, and even airplanes are decorated with religious stickers and posters and emblems. ... But why is it that our religious claims and external show of piety and love of God have not translated into a strong ethical and spiritual force for the renewal of our societies in Nigeria?
8 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Igbo Catholicism on Trial in Ahiara Diocese: A Call for Prayer and Patient Discernment
The world is watching Igbo Catholicism as it goes on trial in the brewing crisis over the nomination of Rev Peter Okpaleke as the next bishop of Ahiara Diocese. ... I did observe during my three weeks stay in Nigeria and conversations with Igbo priests, nuns, bishops, laity, and scholars based on arguments being proffered by both sides in this debate, that the differences among Ndigbo are deep.
9 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Nigeria fails to qualify for the African Cup of Nations and loses her birthright
My passion for soccer is quite deep hence my disappointment with Nigeria's failure to qualify for the Cup of Nations. It hurts when people, nations, and cultures fail to realize their talents. I am not sure there is any nation on earth which has the kind of talent that Nigeria has in soccer and in many other areas. Unfortunately, if any scientific studies were to be carried out globally, Nigeria will rate quite highly among those nations which have failed in a spectacular fashion in using their immense talents and resources.
10 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Nigeria's first suicide bombing and the growing culture of violence and hatred
It is clear evidence that violence is not only growing in our country but has now become radicalized with strange elements of Islamic fundamentalism and ethnic and religious chauvinism. ... We should be angry at our political and religious leaders for exploiting the land and peoples of this country, and for upholding one Nigeria at all costs because it profits the few while impoverishing the rest, and diminishing the full flowering of the many.

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