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Francis Anekwe Oborji: Pan-Africanism and Today’s Self-determination Struggle (Part 2) [MUST READ]

Continued from Pan-Africanism and Today’s Self-determination Struggle “Yet, true unity cannot be achieved by force, and Africa may have to concede the legitimacy of...

Francis Anekwe Oborji: Pan-Africanism and Today’s Self-determination Struggle [MUST READ]

For a working definition of Pan-Africanism, however, Ghelawdewos Araia, furnishes us with the following: “Pan-Africanism is the belief that people of African descent have common...

Francis Anekwe Oborji: African Family-Centered Ecclesiology & Same-Sex Blessings [MUST READ]

It was not by accident that the Catholic Bishops of Malawi in East Africa are the leading African voice today, about the recent Declaration...

One Nigeria or Many? The Nation’s Fraying Fabric Under the Spotlight, By Francis Anekwe [MUST READ]

The Nigerian child has right to be taught that right from the beginning of our colonial history, Nigeria has always lived under the pretense...

January 20, Feast Day Of Blessed Iwene Tansi, By Francis Anekwe Oborji (READ)

“Do not be a half-hearted Christian, belong entirely to God with Christian faith and courage.” – Blessed Iwene Tansi. Hometown: Igboezunu Aguleri, Nigeria Fame: Trappist monk Feast day: January 20 Today, January...

Francis Oborji: When Flutist Admonishes Priests And Nuns [MUST READ]

In the first place, let me begin by thanking our emerging icon in modern Igbo traditional flute solo music, Ichie Odenjimji, for his latest...

John S. Mbiti – Father of Theology of African Religion: A Tribute By Francis Anekwe Oborji

Prof. John S. Mbiti (1931-2019), in the introduction to his seminal book, “African Religions and Philosophy”, published in 1969, wrote: “Although many African languages do...

Francis Anekwe: Nigeria At Crossroads Between Democracy And Sharia Ideology [MUST READ]

It is fitting to begin this article with a quotation from the famous Willink’s Commission Report of 1958, which led to Nigeria’s independence in...

Francis Anekwe: Implications Of Killer-Herdsmen Symbol On The New Nigerian Passport [MUST READ]

As I woke up this morning, Friday, July 12, 2019, I was greeted with the following WhatsApp message on my cellphone: “I am so sad...

Francis Anekwe: Treacherous Christian Politicians and Denial of Persecution Of Christians in Nigeria [MUST READ]

Permit me to preface this article by quoting verbatim from the Gospel account of Judas Iscariot’s atrocious treachery: “While they were eating Jesus said to...

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