Deborah’s fate: Delineating the facts

May 19, 2022 Eze Jude Ogechukwu 0

“Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from religious conviction.”~ Pascal Blaise. Nigeria has become a theatre of possibilities, an enigma to every known convention in human civilization. The happenstance that punctuate her history is as awkward as it is scandalous to sane minds. The differentiation between north and south in Nigeria is not Read More

Stereotype around the lynched Sokoto college girl

May 17, 2022 Blueprint 0

Fanaticism has puffed its horrendous smoke to block reality and that is affecting the psyche to be reacting to petty, light and unweighted things. That is true of Nigeria’s ethno-religious terrain. The Shehu Shagari College of Education Sokoto incident that cut short the sacred life of Samuel Deborah opened the vault window of humming intolerance that exists among the people Read More