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31 The case for Biafra & likes of Bishop Carlos Belo of East Timor (Part 2)
No amount of numbers of political elections conducted under the present dispensation, or personnel changes, today or tomorrow, will ever make Nigeria work, or stop the ongoing Islamist, herdsmen terrorism and carnage in the country.
32 The case for Biafra & likes of Bishop Carlos Belo of East Timor (Part 1)
The unique inside account and witness of Bishop Carlos Belo, became a catalyst that eventually, compelled the United Nations, to intervene, and begin the negotiations that eventually, led to the granting of Independence and self-rule to East Timor by the...
33 Nigeria's problem is beyond election and change of personnel
It is an evil, that needs be uprooted from the African soil, from soils of all the indigenous ethnic nationalities that were logged together as one nation-state....
34 Biafra and Buhari's visit to Rwanda Genocide Memorial, Kigali
'Before Rwanda, there was Biafra.'
35 Intrigues of 1989 Abuja declaration and islamization of Nigeria
28 November 1989 ... Joint conference [in Abuja] of all allied major Islamic organizations ... issued a landmark Communique, in which they sealed the fate of Nigeria for the Muslim world (forever).
36 Africa in the crossfire of Russia's invation of, America-backed, Ukraine
Very interesting to see how some Africans are beginning to hail Russia for what they consider as Russia's military and financial assistance to some African countries in the past during the liberation struggles in those countries.
37 African contribution to the Synod for a "Synodal-Church"
The present article wishes to highlight some of the positive elements or rather characteristics of the African Palaver model of public assembly discourse, reconciliation and dialogue, as socio-cultural ingredients the Church in Africa....
38 African palaver as asset for the Synod on 'Church-Synodality' (Part 1)
The topic of the Synod Pope Francis has initiated is therefore about 'How the church can learn to rely more fully on this kind of consultation-and-discussion process - how it can become more 'synodal' in its governance.
39 'Iduu Kingdom' was the original name of Igbos, Igalas, Jukuns and Binis
In a landmark article, published in 2010, entitled "Anambra is the Ancestral Home of the Igalas", the renowned journalist and historian, C. XRYDZ-EYUTCHAE....
40 Archbishop Tutu & Emergent African Theology of Reconstruction
It is not an overstatement to say that the late Archbishop Desmond Tutu initiated a new trend in African theology, called African theology of reconstruction....

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