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Naira devaluation: the domino effect

According to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), the Naira, the Nigerian currency is under pressure as a result of falling oil prices and excessive demand for foreign currencies.

Hence, the CBN thought the best way to ease pressure on the Naira is to devalue the currency from the official fixed exchange rate of N155/US$ to N168/US$.

Killing in the name God

The holy books of all Abrahamic religions, namely; Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, declare that God created man solely to worship HIM.

But did God ever ask them to also kill in HIS name? Well, one of the 10 commandments of the King James Version (KJV) of the book of Exodus, chapter 20 states; “Thou shalt not kill”. This law was given to Moses for the Jews.

Who is reversing the dogmas of Christianity?

Buddha, a teacher and spiritualist, told his followers; “believe nothing, no matter where you read it or who said it, no matter if I have said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and common sense”.

But a Christian is compelled to believe everything he’s told even if it doesn’t agree with his common sense. He dares not question anything, especially if it’s written in the bible, lest he’s labelled blasphemous.

Dividend of Democracy: What The People Want

Uyo Stadium - Akwa Ibom State
In finance, dividend is the sum of money set aside from a company’s earnings, which will be distributed to its shareholders. 

The number of shares an investor holds determines his dividend and his say in the company. So profits are divided in proportion to the shareholder’s stake.

Nigerian Democracy: should minority lead majority?

The result of the United States’ (US) midterm elections is known. The Republican Party won the most seats in the US Senate. Pres. Obama and his Democratic Party are in a precarious situation since they have lost control of the Congress.

Illegal Payment of Nomination Fees

People’s Democratic Party (PDP) realises 3 billion naira (US$18million) from sale of nomination forms. And what does the constitution of Nigeria say about sale of nomination forms. Please read the following write-up by Mr Femi Falana.