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OGBORU: The man we need

As the battle to for  the governorship ticket of the All Progressives Congress, APC in Delta State, hots up,  the best thing that will happen to the APC in the state is for the party to make Chief Great Ovedje Ogboru its candidate. He is the only man that has the political force to wrest power from the ruling Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in  2019 Delta State governorship election.

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Should Christians be of the world?

They are not of the world, even as I am not of the world”-JOHN 17:16. “YE ADULTERERS AND ADULTERESSES KNOW YE NOT THAT THE FRIENDSHIP OF THE WORLD IS ENMITY WITH GOD? WHOSOEVER THEREFORE, WILL BE A FRIEND OF THE WORLD, IS THE ENEMY OF GOD”-JAMES 4:4. Christians have been chosen out of the world by Jesus Christ, hence they shall be hated by the world-JOHN 15:19.

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Nigeria’s Doomsday Protocol

In Central Africa and predominately Cameroon, there is a specie of frog called: Hairy frog. Like every other frog, it is amphibian in nature and carnivorous in diet; it feeds on slugs, spiders, beetles and grasshoppers. But one thing that is profound about the hairy frog is the mechanism it uses in times of danger. Whenever Hairy frog is faced with a foe far beyond its capacity, it intentionally breaks the bones of its toes and turn them into very sharp claws. This it uses to strike down the adversary, earning it the nickname: wolverine frog.

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APC and the Beauty of Direct Primary Election

The mode of primary election to select candidates for the 2019 general poll is currently, and largely unwarrantedly, threatening internal peace and cohesion in the All Progressives Congress, APC. Rising from its leadership meeting last week in Abuja, the Comrade Adams Oshiomhole-led National Executive Committee, NEC, announced that the mode of choosing the party’s candidates, top of them all, the presidential candidate, would be through the direct primary election.

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Agreeing with Stakeholders on our victory against terrorism

Since the advent of the Boko Haram insurgency in Nigeria, a lot of scholars have posited various factors responsible for the rebellion. Some say it is as a result of injustice and uneven distribution of our commonwealth, while some also argued that the menace of Boko Haram is as a result of a lack of clear-cut policy on the part of our security agencies in intelligence gathering.

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