In Africa, we believe that the little chick that screams and wails when snatched by the eagle is not doing so because it thinks the mother can still save it; it does so in order to alert the rest of the flock and warn them of its plight, so that they do not suffer the […]
Benedicta is currently the Development & Awareness Officer of the NCCRI (National Consultative Committee on Racism & Interculturalism), a Director of the Africa Centre and a member of the Louth African Womenâ€™s Support Group.Â She is the Dundalk branch Coordinator of the Integration of African Children (IACI) in Ireland, a multicultural youth club.Â She is […]
Father of the Nigerian-born Damilola Taylor who was killed in London, Mr. Richard Taylor, in this interview with SEMIU OKANLAWON in East London, speaks on the murder of his son eight years ago,
A SENIOR clergyman has branded Ireland a “racist society” after a Nigerian catholic priest on a visit to the country was arrested and subjected to a humiliating search by the Garda National Immigration Bureau (GNIB).
In the Nacaths Journal of African Theology, Dr.Columbus and myself made a critical evaluation of cult and occultism in the institutions of higher learning in Nigeria. Among other things, we noted were that cult threatens normal campus life and social order. Today, many people are asking these fundamental questions: Is Free Masonry a secret cult […]
PROVOCATIVES:Series of articles have flooded medical, military and humanistic journals concerning the scientific breakthrough of the 21st century. These articles have not only arrested modern manâ€™s attention but have provoked modern church authorities to speak out. Believe it or not, the speed at which science and technology are moving in the 21st century calls for […]
We all have better dreams for our children as much as they have for themselves, but are we leaving a better world for them to fulfill their dreams. How sure are we that the law is good enough to protect us and generations to come? Governments have over the years learnt over their mistakes whiles […]
The diversity of the Nigerian society is not only to be seen in terms of cultural or ethnic diversity or but also in family units.
Speech for the African Studentsâ€™ Convention held at Mary â€˜Yek Hall Sarawak on January 8th 2005. Title: Issues related to globalization and the internationalization of education â€“ building your personal capacity to contribute to your country of origin I am speaking to you today as an educationalist who is Australian and Australian trained, in a […]
This paper reviews the problem of brain drain or skill migration from developing countries mostly to industrialized countries. Some case studies are presented to illustrate some of the major problems facing Africans today in not being able to utilize optimally the human as well as material resources endowed to us by Almighty God to enable […]