Friday sermon at a Sunday Pulpit
A sermon is supposed to be short and precise, making it a collage of knowledge that is comprehensible and can easily be recollected, especially at the most auspicious times — when it needs to be applied or utilised. These days, sermons and the custodians of sermons in religious spaces have found it hard to remain […]
The Gubio 70 lives matter
by Tahir Ibrahim Tahir Talban Bauchi Entire United States cities rose up in protests to speak up against police brutality and racism, after the death of George Floyd, a 46 year old black man who was arrested and manhandled for using a counterfeit dollar bill. He was killed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, after police officer Derek […]
APC’s bitter but puissant pill.
Deep down, as an APC faithful, I have harbored a genuine fear of having to contend with an ‘ATIKU’, as the flagbearer of the PDP in the 2023 polls. The man is a sagacious politician, a ballot veteran and a professional linguist of the Nigerian language and mentality. Woe betide you, if you dare underestimate […]