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The Judiciary, its own enemy (2)

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I CONCLUDE  this series with an excerpt from a previous piece titled ‘The Judiciary Waiting For Buhari’ written about four years ago (May 19, 2015) and a Postscript from another ‘On Justice Onnoghen’ (Feb. 09, 2017).

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Much ado about secularism (2)

GOING by the dictionary definition of secularism as ‘concern with temporal, worldly matters’ to the exclusion of ‘religion’, a nation, therefore, cannot be said to be secular merely because either by law or by choice it has succeeded in subordinating all forms of organised religion to the whims and caprices of the state.

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Much ado about secularism (1)

WHAT better time to talk about state and religion than now. What better time to expose our pretentions to being secular, or our denial of being a multi-religious nation, than now. Annually, by this time, we shut down the entire Federal and State bureaucracies in deference to series of religious activities by our Christian brothers.

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