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11 When adults are delinquent…
Uncle announced to his children, 'You will become who you're meant to be in life whether I do anything or not. God will what he will do!' True to his beliefs, he spent no kobo training those children.
12 Like followers, like leaders or a thief before elections
Random videos circulating this week paint a disturbing picture of everyday Nigerians. A young woman stole N8.8 million from customer's account, a youth slaughters a boy for money ritual, another robbed....
13 L'etat, C'est Moi: The impact of narcissism in Nigerian politics
He stood on the balcony of a two-story building looking down at the crowd. 'If you love him,' he admonished, 'I'd like you to repeat what I'm saying, '... Anayo Rochas Okorocha, the governor, you're the best in the whole world!'
14 Slavery begins at Home: High Cost of Intellectual Laziness -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
It is rumored that in village meetings in the East these days, a rich man trumps an educated one and can shut the mouth of the former by slapping money on the table. The Nigerian intellectual is so marginalized in society that....
15 Slavery begins at Home: Impact of Pentecostalism -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
Akin to the preceding, is the doctrine that God wants to prosper the believer. Pastors spend timeless moments in weekly services telling congregants God wants to bless them beyond their wildest imaginations. They make pronouncements of abundance and the...
16 NigeriaWorld Writers (Abi Adegboye, PhD)
17 The hunt for Nigeria's Messiah -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
As we barrel towards the presidential elections jamboree, the usual cohorts are forming. Kingmakers and foot soldiers alike are trotting out all types of candidates - young, old, women, ethnic, thieves, and everything in between.
18 A teacher's tentacles -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
Casting aspersion on government officials as crooks, corrupt, and the inept is a favorite pastime. It allows us to overlook what really ails Nigeria - the abusive nature of everyday relationships.
19 If you don't train, don't blame -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
Watching the movie, Jenifa years ago, brought a rude awakening - the filthy old men preying on teenage college girls, were the same ones who had militantly protested adult abuse in our student days. It appeared, the militant had grown into the degenerate.
20 Like Jesus between two thieves: The besieged Nigerian middle class -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
Like Jesus between two thieves, Nigeria's middle class is stuck between a predatory ruling elite and a carnivorous underclass. Deprived of basic amenities of a consumer society - pipe-borne water, electricity, petrol, good roads, affordable healthcare,...

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