May 26, 2017



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There’ll never be coup in Nigeria – Shettima

Adelani Adepegba, Abuja Governor of Borno State, Kashim Shettima, has asked Nigerians to disregard the rumours of a coup, stating that there would be no military putsch in the country. Shettima stated this on Friday…



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Inspiring greetings and quotes for Ramadan

For Nigerian Muslims, Ramadan will begin in the evening of Friday May 26, 2017, and probably end in the evening of Saturday, June 24, 2017. This period of time is traditionally an observation of the…


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Moral Outrage in America Is Now for Everybody

Gallup finds record-high liberalism on 10 of 19 issues. Yet moderates and liberals are growing more concerned. Ask Americans about their personal views on moral issues, and they are more likely than ever to hold…


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Resign or get impeached, Melaye tells Kogi gov

Some members of All Progressives Congress in Kogi have called on Governor Yahaya Bello to resign over the accusation that he registered twice for Permanent Voter Card. The spokesman for the members, Sen. Dino Melaye…


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Peeping At National Board For Technology Incubation

By Professor M.K Othman Scientists are categories of people with high mental occupation at all times; they are preoccupied with observation, imagination and conception of ideas in all spheres of human endeavour. One may remember…



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NOUN Set To Matriculate 20,000 Students Saturday

The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) will on Saturday matriculate more than 20,000 students.   A statement issued by the Director of Media and Publicity of the university, Malam Ibrahim Sheme, said the 16th…


Should You Take a Collagen Supplement? 

Some are claiming that they’ve found the fountain of youth, and it’s in a bottle at your local vitamin shop. Collagen is the newest supplement fad to hit the market, and many are adopting this…


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I Survived Katrina and Cancer

Here’s what I learned. As I emerged from the fog of anesthesia, I heard the surgeon informing my wife, Kelly, that our worst fear had improbably come true. “Cancer!?” I interrupted, before falling back into…


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How Christians See Muslims

Missions experts urge concern for both souls and security. Last December, two Muslim college students visited an upstate New York megachurch as part of an assignment to learn about different faiths. After the service, some…


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Interview: Why the Modern World Is Making Us Miserable

Mark Sayers asks us to look to the Bible’s steadying influence in an era of cultural turmoil. Mark Sayers hears it all the time: Between the election of Donald Trump, Britain’s exit from the European…


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Why We Argue Best with Our Mouths Shut

Science reveals the power of being quick to listen and slow to speak. When Tim Keller announced he would be stepping down from his New York City congregation —known for its outreach to the religiously…


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The Freedom and Chaos of Sola Scriptura

Historian Mark Noll helps unravel the uses and misuses of ‘the Bible alone.’ It’s been a hallmark of Protestantism for 500 years, but what do we mean when we base our faith on “the Bible…


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Do Children Go to Heaven When They Die?

God’s love for children is clear in Scripture, but the ‘age of accountability’ is harder to find. Several years ago, I took a group of college students to the Amazon basin to share the love…


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Our Spiritual Gifts Have an Expiration Date

Let’s rejoice in them—while looking forward to a time when they’re no longer needed. Spiritual gifts can cause confusion. As a pastor in a charismatic church, I encounter it all the time. Some are worried…