Thursday, November 15, 2018
By Babatunde Jose Ramadhan is the in which was sent down the Qur'an, as a guide to mankind, also clear for guidance and judgment . So every one of you who is present during that month should...
By Babatunde Jose ‘The toughest thing in life is to deprive your child of what you can afford.’- Sheik Alfaj.' A thousand and one things distracts and derail children from the path of righteousness. Parents who are not watchful over their children...
By Babatunde Jose Devil’s Rectangle is an apocalyptic scenario depicting the satanic coalition of political leadership, the gullible and lethargic followership, and irresponsible mass media and conniving religious institutions. When these forces are mixed together in the political blender, the...
By Babatunde Jose Having lived a fruitful life; though some have lived a life of thievery, cunning and brigandage, yet, all must end one day. Life is lived in epochs: Morning, afternoon and evening. In the evening of our lives,...
By Babatunde Jose The wonders of creation are all around us. The amazing features found in different species of fish are just a sampling of the mysterious works of God's creation. Just as the stellar atmospheric heavens, the Oceans and its inhabitants present...
By Babatunde Jose " O ye who believe! Fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you, that ye may (learn) self-restraint, not night thereto. (Fasting) for a fixed number of days; but if any of...
By Babatunde Jose “That Nigeria has for years been a state in retreat is not in doubt given the way government is becoming removed from our lives. It started with public utilities in which people began to buy generator to...
By Ibrahim Babatunde Jose ll   Of all mankind’s ostensibly insoluble problems, the question of death has been the most vexing. Most faiths have turned death into the main source of meaning in life. The theme of the most ancient myths...
By Babatunde Jose “Under the IBB / Abacha administrations (1990 – 1998) Nigeria realized $199.8 billion; under the Obasanjo / Yar’Adua governments (1999 – 2009), the country got $401.1 billion; and during the Jonathan administration (2010 – 2014), Nigeria got...
By Babatunde Jose The leadership conundrum in Nigeria has been an ever recurring decimal in our march towards self-sustained development. Many authorities have proffered all sorts of hypothesis on this problem but like the proverbial offensive odour of an elephant’s...

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