Revisiting Jonathan, Obasanjo feud: Issues in governance

By Osmond Ekwueme As a concerned Nigerian, who has benefited from the country in the form of federal scholarships to medical school in Europe and post-graduate education in the United States, I write to ask President Jonathan and former President Obasanjo to sheath their swords. I have taken time to…

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Enough of Obamascare!

By Osmond Ekwueme I am exhausted from hearing how the ACA has failed. It hasn’t. It hasn’t had the chance to fail or succeed. The opposition to this legal act are viciously relentless. It also saddens me, to hear the criticisms of reporters and the media just because there have…

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Terrorism in Nigeria: Enough!

By Osmond Ekwueme When Muslim extremists otherwise called “terrorists” perpetrate mass murder of groups of Muslim children because they are receiving western education in Nigeria, then our humanity has come to a standstill. I cannot understand the grounds for this bizarre behavior. A group of extremists Muslims killed a group…

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Pope, sexuality, doctrine, distortion in the media

By Osmond Ekwueme The first Jesuit pope said a lot in a long interview with the Jesuit American Magazine publications. Reading the entire interview was a revelation; rereading it prompts me to need to understand this extraordinary Pope better. That the church needs reform is certain; the interview proved Pope…

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