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Hong Kong: Beyond the pale of chaos

DESPITE chaos orchestrated by radical protesters in the past six months that have paralyzed the iconic city of Hong Kong, residents of the special administrative region of the People’s Republic of China had their chance to vote in district elections. Notwithstanding the wolf cry of radical protesters and their foreign handlers, the unique way of life of the Hong Kong residents enshrined in the basic law or charter, that weaned off the territory from hundred years of British colonial rule as it re-united with her motherland continue to subsist.

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Behind the Veil

Back in 2010, rumors went abound that in a secluded place in Ibadan, the biggest city in Africa, children were being killed because their parents or the community at large considered this children as evil, mainly because they are twins or because they are born with physical or mental disabilities.

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Ojukwu and Contemporary Biafra Agitations

November 4 2019 was the posthumous birthday of Dim Chukwuemeka Odimegwu Ojukwu. The flurry of events and discourses around his birthday leave no one in doubt that even in death, Ikemba is still involved with the nation’s affairs. Expectedly, his roles, especially the events surrounding the civil war, are always a subject of debate on such occasions.

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