Category: Featured

COVID-19: Fighting a Germ War

by: Deji Yesufu Yesterday I had two interesting but revealing chats with friends. The first person told me he read my suicide notes – where I had readily volunteered myself to work with UCH medical team in the coming days...

/ April 11, 2020

Funke Akindele: Testimony to a Great Nigeria

by Deji Yesufu Two things happened about now that inspired my writing this: I just watched a 2 minute video of BurnaBoy. He was mocking Nigerians, saying that now that the finance office is burnt, all the records of theft...

/ April 11, 2020

Much ado about tithing

Very few people know that the controversy on tithes in Nigeria is coming exactly 500 years after a major controversy in Western Christendom. This controversy saw the emergence of the Protestant churches from within the Roman Catholic Church. On October...

/ April 6, 2020

I cannot afford to be a Christian

Evangelism remains a cardinal aspect of the Christian’s way of life. The call on us to “go ye…” by Jesus Christ cannot be over-emphasized especially in times like this when it seems the world itself is reeling from the weight...

/ April 6, 2020

Ready to Die

My experience as a health worker brings me close to dying people a great deal of the time. It has helped me see life from a new perspective and I particularly spend some time in my devotional prayers now to...

/ January 28, 2018

The Christian and the Sallah Meat

Friday, September 1st, 2017, was a Muslim holiday around the world and Nigeria had its own fair share of the celebrations. I took out time to visit two Muslim friends. One of them had been the main person that had...

/ September 10, 2017

Easter: The Cross and Great Joy

“…for the joy that was set before him, Jesus endured the cross…” – Hebrews The figures of four men can be seen trudging through the rocky grounds of Mount Olives. It is first century Palestine. Jesus leads Peter, James and...

/ April 16, 2017