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How Culture affects Marriage among Educated (Westernized) Nigerians

  BY William Femi Awodele “When an African man or woman is born and raised in Nigeria, Ghana, etc such a person is greatly influenced ...

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Contemporary Christianity in Nigeria and inherent challenges

  BY Eromo Alufohai IT is interesting to reason how dynamic Christianity has evolved in the last 100 years in Africa. Nigeria has a population ...

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5 Things that will Reinforce Your Marriage

  BY Femi Awodele   The goal for every married couple should be to enjoy a blissful purposeful relationship of heaven on earth. A marriage ...

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Making Jokes about the Church

  BY Osondu Ahirika The latest pastime, on social media is church bashing. Apart from posts on sex and the female anatomy, scoffing updates about ...

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When A Spouse Commits Adultery?

  BY Femi Awodele   Many years ago I wrote about the anatomy of adultery, how and why adultery occurs based on my experience dealing ...

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Rev. Fr Okite Explains the Law on Tithes In The Light Of God’s Concern for the Poor BY Rev. Fr. Emeka Okite

    I am sharing this to encourage men of God who want to be Christ-like and discourage those who support men of God who ...

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Masturbation in Marriage!

  BY Faith Greg Nwokedi   Sex in marriage is a very serious issue that should not be taken with levity. Couples must do all ...

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Virgins and Masturbation

  By Faith Greg Nwokedi   Sexual urge for virgins is strong. What makes it stronger is the novelty, newness, the mystery and the ‘hear ...

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GEJ: Deconstructing Nigeria’s recent History

  An Editorial culled from The Authority  “Not even God can change his­tory.”– Nadeem Aslam   For the past one week, fol­lowing the publication of ...

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An Aggressive Wife and a Passive Husband

  By Femi Awodele   Earlier this year (or late last year) I wrote on how each person’s personality affect how conflict occurs in that ...

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Why is the Desert a place for Spiritual Encounter?

  By Bishop Ike Eweama   The other day someone asked me, Bishop, why is the desert a place for spiritual encounter? This question gave ...

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The Sacredness Of Life Versus The Slaughter Of Innocent Nigerian Citizens Today

By Archbishop Ignatius A. Kaigama At major festive periods in Nigeria, the prices of animals skyrocket because they are slaughtered for social entertainment. Human life ...

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DICKSON: A RISING STAR FROM THE NIGER DELTA

BY Daniel Iworiso-Markson THERE is the idealized notion of leadership which offers that progress is change, and that no leader ever becomes great without overthrowing extant rules ...

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Governor Dickson and Ijaw Cultural Renaissance

BY Dennis Alemu Broadly speaking, culture is the totality of a people’s way of life. It is that embodiment of a people’s corporate identity seen ...

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Bayelsa Transparency Initiative:  Keeping Away the Locusts

BY: Idumange John Pick a leader who will keep jobs in your country by offering companies incentives to hire only within their borders, not one ...

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