My personal loss
All men must serve and all men must die. “Each man’s death diminishes me, for I am involved in mankind, therefore send not to know for whom the bell tolls – it tolls for thee” __ famous words from John Donne from the 1624 meditation 17, (Devotions upon emergent occasions). The Bible’s Romans 8:13 says, […]
Elrufai Goes To School
This column would be screaming for space if I were to venture into elucidating on Gov. Nasir Elrufai’s industrialisation drive in Kaduna, and how he is utilising the Federal Government’s policies and reforms, aimed at encouraging and boosting the local production of items that were hitherto imported, draining Nigeria of huge foreign exchange. Dano is […]
Isa Mohammed: A pillar of unity and faith, peace and progress.
by Tahir Ibrahim Tahir Talban Bauchi. As a fresher at the University of Abuja back in 1994, the University campus tagged ‘Mini Campus’, really felt like a glorified secondary school – and half the country referred to the University as such. It was a start up campus and it mostly had small structures in similarly […]