Category: Deji Yesufu’s Thoughts

Deji Yesufu writes on various theological themes here. His focus is in bringing people to understand the Christian gospel.

“How Oghenovo Died to Police Brutality” – Mute Gadin (Sister)

“How Oghenovo Died to Police Brutality” – Mute Gadin (Sister) On the 15th of June 2019. My (kid) brother came to visit us. He never said it but I sensed he was trying in his little way to fill the...

/ October 18, 2020

Dear Nigerian Parent

Dear Nigerian Parent By: Deji Yesufu Samuel is 26 years old. He is a Nigerian that lives in a suburb of Lagos with his parents. Samuel was not the particularly bright child among his siblings so that at his age...

/ October 5, 2020

Nigeria @ 60: Shey na like dis we go dey dey

Nigeria @ 60: Shey na like dis we go dey dey By: Deji Yesufu About this time last year, I commenced a writing project that gave me the opportunity to condense the history of Nigeria’s nationhood from 1900 till date...

/ October 1, 2020

Fisayo Soyombo: What Does a Country Do with all these Investigations?

Fisayo Soyombo: What Does a Country Do with all these Investigations? By: Deji Yesufu Fisayo Soyombo is a household name in Nigerian journalism. It however appears to me that we are all wasting this young man’s efforts; perhaps some other...

/ September 26, 2020

The Ravi Zacharias Sex Scandal: My Thoughts

The Ravi Zacharias Sex Scandal: My Thoughts By: Deji Yesufu Sam Shamoun is a Christian apologist that makes a case for the gospel mostly against Islam. With an ancestry from Iraq and having come to believe the Christian gospel, Shamoun...

/ September 22, 2020

The Ravi Zacharias Sex Scandal

The Ravi Zacharias Sex Scandal By: Deji Yesufu Ravi Zacharias died of Cancer on 19th May, 2020. He was 74 years old. Until his death, Zacharias was the president of the Ravi Zacharias International Ministry (RZIM). It is a $40...

/ September 22, 2020

The Story of Giannis Adetokunbo

The Story of Giannis Adetokunbo By: Deji Yesufu In April 1999, Nigeria had elected Chief Olusegun Obasanjo as its first civilian President after some 13 years of uninterrupted military rule (1983-1999). Pastor Tunde Bakare however casted an ominous cloud on...

/ September 13, 2020

Oyedepo’s Statement, Daddy Freeze’s Errors and Ibiyeomie’s Threat

Oyedepo’s Statement, Daddy Freeze’s Errors and Ibiyeomie’s Threat By: Deji Yesufu David Ibiyeomie, a Pentecostal pastor in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, is the man in the eye of the storm. Ibiyeomie, in a two minute video, publicized by Sahara TV,...

/ September 8, 2020

Dr Paul Adoyi (FARMERGIANT): Entrepreneur with a Difference

Dr Paul Adoyi (FARMERGIANT): Entrepreneur with a Difference By: Deji Yesufu A walk into FARMERGIANT office complex situated on No. 14, Olubadan Avenue, Oluyole Estate, Ibadan, reveals an office complex where work is ongoing. If you were not told, you...

/ September 3, 2020

Northern NBA, Buhari’s Water Bill as Birds of Bigotry Home to Roost

Northern NBA, Buhari’s water bill as birds of bigotry home to roost By: Festus Adedayo You may not understand what inimitable Fela Anikulapo’s early days of Koola Lobitos’ ballistics-sounding song, with the refrain, Alujanjan kijan, was about until you hear...

/ August 30, 2020