Dikko Radda on my radar
By Tahir Ibrahim Tahir Talban Bauchi. Katsina State has been ravaged by the worst of the banditry that has befallen the North West. Its vociferous flames have burnt both the rich and mighty, and the poor and downtrodden. So when it comes to Katsina, social status doesn’t matter, neither do political affiliations, as all have […]
The Islamisation of democracy and the Christianisation of Politics in Nigeria.
Nigeria is the most religious country in the world and everything Nigerians do, is wrapped up in reverence to religious beliefs; sometimes holy, at times distortions of religious orders, and most times concoctions of modern day Prophets. Religion in Nigeria is a huge booming industry and were its ‘GDP’ measured, it could compete with that […]
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 […]