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 […]
Fake news: The new diabolical campaign tool
In an attempt to defend plagiarism by one of the PDP presidential candidate’s media aides, he ended up confirming sheer incompetence by ascribing ‘sorogates’ to those he referred to as his surrogates; pointing the plagiarism of Donald Trump’s speech to them, hanging them out to dry. This ‘sorogates’ term inadvertently unearths his incompetence and goes […]
JANUARY 15th 1966 AND THE MARTYDOM OF OUR HEROES PAST.
57 years ago today, on the night of January 15th 1966, the following individuals were murdered in cold blood by a group of mutinous young army officers led by Major Emmanuel Arinze Ifeajuna and Major Chukwuemeka Kaduna Nzeogwu during the course of the first military coup d’etat in the history of our country. Those that […]