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Archbishop of the Metropolitan See of Lagos, Olubunmi Anthony Cardinal Okogie in this interview answers questions on celibacy as it affects the Catholic priests saying there is no going back on it especially with the position of the current Pope
We must begin by sending out our condolences to the relations of the victims of the Atlas Cove attack. We must deplore the necessity of any kind of action that leads to losses of Nigerians lives or even create an absence of insecurity. These are things that are lamentable, they are not normal to them, […]
Abuja â€” The House of Representatives yesterday stopped President Umaru Yar’adua securing foreign loans, saying Nigeria is heading for another era of foreign debt burden after being granted relief by her international creditors.
United States Secretary of State and former First Lady, Hillary Clinton is set for a visit to Nigeria from August 10 to 12.
Friday, July 24, 2009 They came with a mission. And when they were leaving after 48 hours in Abeokuta, Ogun State capital, the Chairman of the South-East Council of Traditional Rulers, Eze Dr. Cletus Ikechukwu Ilomuanya (Obi of Obinugwu) and his team of traditional rulers accomplished their task and mission.
The best time to learn a foreign language: Between birth and age 7. Missed that window? New research is showing just how children’s brains can become bilingual so easily, findings that scientists hope eventually could help the rest of us learn a new language a bit easier.
I read with interest the recent tirade of Catholic Archbishop of Lagos, Anthony Okogie against the late Benson Idahosa and his Pentecostal brethren.
Donald M. Payne, who has represented New Jersey’s 10th District in the United States House of Representatives since 1989, chairs the Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa and Global Health.
IT may take a while for Dr. Ngozi Okonjo Iweala to find her stride as Minister for External Affairs, but here’s an issue she can (and should) attend to with all alacrity: the deplorable treatment meted out to Nigerians seeking visas to travel to the United States.