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Of church and carnage

Ozubulu

We need to face the truth, what happened on Sunday in Ozubulu is typical of many places in Nigeria. This is not political or tribal, this is the honest truth but some Nigerians cannot face the truth. So they start blaming other people and deny such crime could have been committed in their community

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Old Wine, New Bottles

What do we do with Nigeria is not the question, but what Nigerians should do as citizens. Placing the blame and ills on the how Nigeria is structured is evading and avoiding decades of the protracted misadministration and mismanagement of successive governments on merely national structure. I wish it were that simple but it is not. Seriously there have cracks in the fault line of the national fabric and all administrations have contributed to its failure so by simply blaming it on structure, it is disingenuous, evasive and purposely trying to extricate themselves from the monumental failures of Nigeria and it is not helpful.

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Wear Red For Sickle Cell Day

The World Sickle Cell Day is on 19th of June. The wear red for sickle cell day was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 2008, to raise awareness about the sickle cell disease globally. Sickle cell affects us all directly or indirectly and it has affected and continues to affect many families who have lost family members as a result of the condition.

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Lost and Found

Following this current release, 113 Chibok schoolgirls remain missing. We must not forget that thousands of people have been killed and a further 1.6 million have been internally displaced as a result of the eight-year insurgency by Boko Haram. It was the brutal abduction of the 276 Chibok school girls in April 2014 that captured the world’s attention and the murderous activities of Boko Haram on the people of the region. Prior to that, the terrorist activities only got partial coverage, if any.

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