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A Tale of Two Visas

A Tale of Two Visas By: Deji Yesufu On my trip to Germany in March, since I flew with Turkey Airlines, we had the usual stop-over at Instanbul, capital of Turkey. It was very early in the morning and my...

/ August 27, 2020

Deaths in My Neighborhood

Deaths in My Neighborhood By: Deji Yesufu A little over a decade ago, while living as a single man in a neighborhood here in Ibadan, I was woken up by a loud bang on my door. It was a Saturday...

/ August 26, 2020

Mali: Endangering Africa’s Democracies

Mali: Endangering Africa’s Democracies By: Deji Yesufu Some days ago news filtered in that the government of the nation of Mali had been ousted by renegade soldiers. As we scrambled around for information to authenticate the situation on ground in...

/ August 24, 2020

Oyedepo, CAN and the Islamisation Agenda of CAMA 2020

Oyedepo, CAN and the Islamisation agenda of CAMA 2020 By: Festus Adedayo As August 27 anniversary of the 35 years that wily military General, Ibrahim Babangida, gunned himself into office draws near, his baptism with a national uproar on account...

/ August 23, 2020

On Cessationism and Continuationism: An Introduction

On Cessationism and Continuationism 1 by: Olamide Falase Let’s talk about Cessationism vs Continuationism, but first a few thoughts on performance appraisals and what we can learn from them about how we learn. I had been with the company for...

/ August 20, 2020

Dear Oje Giwa-Amu: Concerning Cessationism

Dear Oje Giwa-Amu: Concerning Cessationism By: Deji Yesufu Your recent fascination with Cessationism, which has resulted in a debate between you and Peter Uka, a vlog post of about 90 minutes and a Facebook post, has occasioned this response from...

/ August 17, 2020
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God’s Glorious Grace (3G)

God’s Glorious Grace (3G) By: Deji Yesufu It is not too often that I am inspired to translate a sermon to an article but the more I thought on the theme of this Sunday’s preaching, the more I think I...

/ August 16, 2020

Tai Solarin, Mailafia, Lai Mohammed at a Reverie with George Orwell

Tai Solarin, Mailafia, Lai Mohammed at a reverie with George Orwell By: Festus Adedayo Any student of autocratic rule will tell you that free speech is always the first casualty of a budding despotism. So, watching the viral video of...

/ August 16, 2020

Death: Learning to Say the D Word

Death: Learning to Say the D Word By: Peju Simoyan (MD, MPH) In a recent essay published in Pulse, Dr. Charlotte Grinberg reflected on some of her experiences as a medical intern related to how doctors tend to communicate about...

/ August 15, 2020

Are Readers Still Leaders of Tomorrow?

ARE READERS STILL LEADERS OF TOMORROW? By: Shotola Abiodun One of the very foremost activity that brings a people out blindness and unawareness is reading. However, this activity is fast reaching its nadir among the youths. Folks now have a...

/ August 15, 2020