The media was awash recently with the tug of war between The Nigerian Tribune with its bandwagon of Awoists and apologists on the one hand and The Nation newspaper with one Sam Omatseye leading the other pack. The reason behind this rather media cold war was the newspaper caption written by Sam Omatseye some few days ago which he titled Awo family without an Awo. In as much as this writer understands the internal dynamics between these two parties, it is suffice to state categorically here without
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Marana tha ! The Lord Comes ! Now is the time, like no other ! Whitsunday 2011
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Salami did no wrong, says panel
By Kamorudeen Ogundele, Abuja 21 hours 50 minutes ago
COURT of Appeal President Isa Ayo Salami got a clean bill of health yesterday.
A five-man Reconciliation Committee set up by the National Judicial Council (NJC) to broker peace between the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Aloysius Katsina-Alu, and Justice Salami cleared the Court of Appeal chief of any wrongdoing.
On the committee
Female activist calls for legalizing sex slavery
Published Date: June 04, 2011
By A Saleh, Staff Writer
KUWAIT: A female political activist and former parliamentary candidate has recommended the introduction of legislation to legalize the provision of enslaved female concubines for Muslim men in Kuwait in a bid, she says, to protect those men from committing adultery or corruption.