INDEPENDENCE DAY ODYSSEY

Having witnessed once how difficult it is to get about freely in Nigeria‘s North when politics and electioneering are in top gear, I’d decided not to be found anywhere around the North at such times. However, I had commitments (which had lingered for so long and had I not done the journey at the time […]

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ANOTHER YOM KIPPUR

“Hear, O Y’Israyl: YAHWEH our Elohim, HE is One. You shall Love YAHWEH your Elohim, with all your Heart, and with all your Soul and with all your Might… Love your neighbor as yourself. I am YAHWEH.“ – Deuteronomy 6 verses 4-5 & Leviticus 19 verse 18 Even that year in 2006 when I missed out on virtually all the Jewish feasts […]

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AMBODE’S HEADACHE

Days back when Lagos’ Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode returned from the headquarters of the All Progressives Congress, APC in Abuja, armed with his Expression of Interest, as well as Nomination Form to contest for re-election in next year’s election, I thought his re-election was all but signed, sealed and delivered. This is because with the decamping […]

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REMEMBER LEAH SHARIBU

We are too quick to forget about things in Nigeria. Unlike other countries, Nigeria doesn’t have a nationally accepted history. History here is the most subjective as can be anywhere else on the face of the earth. Even current affairs isn’t spared the misfortune of distortions, sometimes while it’s unfolding right before our very eyes. […]

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FIRST MARITAL SABBATICAL YEAR

I review everything in my life. From achievements to failures. If you’ve followed my posts, you’ll see a few examples of those. It was necessary for me to particularly review my married life every year, because I did nurse the fear that I might not have so much of a good one, hence once the […]

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BIBLE STORIES (48): JACOB RETURNS HOME TO ISAAC

After building an altar to YAHWEH in Bethel, Jacob and his entourage proceeded on their journey back home. Just before Ephrath “… Rachael travailed, and she had hard labour.” (Genesis 35:16). Rachael, despite assurances from the midwife that she will “… have this son also” (v.17), died after birthing her second son, but not before […]

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