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11 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...
12 NigeriaWorld Writers (Abi Adegboye, PhD)
13 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.
14 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.
15 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.
16 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,...
17 Slavery begins at Home: The Despotism of African Gerontocrats -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
In a continent where 60% of the population is under 24 years old, we sure know how to keep old men in power. Africa has the fastest-growing and most youthful population in the world. Juxtapose this with median age of 78.5 years of the 10 oldest presidents....
18 Row Harder: A Parable about Leading my People -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
The desert was encroaching on Shabi while the land on the other side of a crocodile-infested river was lush and green. Thus, a group of intrepid travelers decided to cross the river to land of prosperity.
19 When Eze graduates from school: A myopic generation -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
The Generation of Hope, trailblazers chronicled in early tomes of Nigerian literature including, Eze goes to School, The Porter's Wheel, and to some extent, Things Fall Apart, were expected and equipped to bring their communities into the modern age.
20 Slavery begins at Home: Impact of the Death of Nigerian Education -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
Arguably, there are more kids in school than at any time in Nigerian history; also, more schools, teachers, and curricula. Unfortunately, it is a case of quantity up, quality down. Since the 1980s, the country has witnessed a downward spiral in education....

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