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A Critical Examination Of Bode George’s Trial: The View Point Of Societal Justice

The fundamentals of justice are tied to what the court says it is. Whatsoever thought or fashion conceived it to be, it remains at best a virtue so publicly appreciated when it is not only done, but, manifestly and undoubtedly seen to be done. To the extent to which society…

The Ex-Patriot; Nigeria’s Own Frankesitein

Eventually, we wisp away into nothingness; into sheer in-existence; into sweet detachedness. We recoil like overstretched springs, like snails back into the shade. We are wont to believe ourselves unimportant, of no moment and without any effect on the grander scheme. Or we stop to care whether we matter or…

Secondary School Certificate – A Compulsory Requirement For Presidency?

The issue of competence is a hotly contested issue. In every spectrum of human endeavour, there are offices or posts designated for persons who possess a certain level of competence, the lack of which dispossesses or threatens the assumption of such posts. In the days of yore, competence to rule…

Legal War Against Pornography – By Nonso Anyasi

A psychology war is currently brewing in Nigeria. This is the serious decade-old battle between serious literature and pornography. The contemporaneous Nigerian society has been so bastardized by the influx of Western culture that we seem to be losing our foothold on our sense of values. Many Nigerians have assimilated…

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