Queen Esther (Part 1) – By Ebere Nwankpa

It must have been a time of peace and prosperity. As relative as those terms almost always are for general application, King Ahasuerus in the third year of his reign contemplated no greater priority than an extravagant and extra-long exhibition of the riches of his kingdom. It’s protracted duration of one hundred and eighty days […]Read More

The Need for a Trans-Atlantic Policy

​by Akindele Akinyemi M.A. Most of the time we hear certain people discuss the need for “an urban agenda.” To me, an urban agenda, here in the United States, mean more unnecessary government intrusion that has nothing to do with real concrete solutions. In a global community, we need to shift our focus away from […]Read More

THE WORLD with Sunday Oyinloye

Rejoice not over terror attack The history of America cannot be said to be complete without a mention of 11th September, 2001. It was like any other day until the agents of darkness struck and hit the world’s strongest nation with the worst terrorist attack in her history ,killing thousands of people and the famous […]Read More

A CASE FOR OPCW – By Sunday Oyinloye

There is no better time than now for the world to unite against threat of chemical weapon. Never has the world been gripped with the fear of unknown than it is currently experiencing. The reason for this is understandable. There have been accusations and counter accusations about the use of chemical weapon in the prolonged […]Read More

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This is some dummy copy. You’re not really supposed to read this dummy copy, it is just a place holder for people who need some type to visualize what the actual copy might look like if it were real content. If you want to read, I might suggest a good book, perhaps Hemingway or Melville. […]Read More