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Jonathan’s administration divided Nigeria along ethnic, religious lines

Jonathan’s administration divided Nigeria along ethnic, religious lines

“Those that divided this country were officials of the government of Jonathan. They were the ones who divided Nigeria along religious and ethnic lines” Iheanacho Nwosu, Abuja Bauchi State Governor Mohammed Abdullahi Abubakar believes very strongly that his party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), has an edge over its rival, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in […]
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Continue to preach hope, peace, unity, Ambode urges religious leaders

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode on Sunday urged religious leaders to see the period as a time to continue to preach the message of hope, peace, unity, integrity and religious tolerance and intensify prayers for God’s intervention and restoration of hope in the future of Nigeria.
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Africans Are Incurable Religious With Strong Tendencies Towards Superstition – CBC Africa Founder

Africans Are Incurable Religious With Strong Tendencies Towards Superstition – CBC Africa Founder

CBC Founder Africans Are Incurable Religious With Strong Tendencies Towards Superstition – CBC Africa Founder Lack of character, inappropriate application of God’s words and insincerity are some of the factors responsible for the social vices in Nigeria and Africa according to Rev (Dr) Babatomiwa Owojaiye and Rev (Prof) Ezekiel Nihinola.

Weber’s puzzle: Why is Nigeria so religious, yet so poor?

A few months ago, the popular American preacher TD Jakes came to the church I attend in London. Preaching on leadership and wealth, he said prayer is not leadership and won’t make anyone rich. “If prayers were enough”, he said, “Nigeria would be one of the richest countries in the world”.
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Defections: Politicians protecting their geopolitical, religious, ethnic landscape – Bishop Kaigama

Calm returns to Creek Road, Apapa as offices resume business

The Catholic Archbishop of Jos, Most Rev. Ignatius Kaigama on Tuesday said Nigerian politicians are concerned about how to protect their own “geopolitical, religious or ethnic landscape”. He spoke in reaction to the gale of defections from one political party to the other. Kaigama stated this while declaring open the 16th General Assembly of the […]
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