Category «POLITICS»

OBASANJO’S QUEST FOR A NEW PRESIDENT TO DISPLACE BUHARI

OBASANJO’S QUEST FOR A NEW PRESIDENT TO DISPLACE BUHARI

OBASANJO’S QUEST FOR A NEW PRESIDENT TO DISPLACE BUHARI (Visit:www.levinereflections.com) What is Obasanjo still looking for in Nigerian politics that he didn’t get when he was in power? He has succeeded in coming out with his “Third Force” that has fused with ADC (African Democratic Congress) in a bid to truncate APC. He is bent …

THE POLITICS OF INCUMBENCY-VERY REV. MSGR. LIVINUS UKAH.

THE POLITICS OF INCUMBENCY The word incumbent means holder of an office or the extant opposition. Here, I am examining the parish and the church council structure, how they operate and the dynamics of the group. When we talk about politics, it is not only played in Aso rock, the House of Assembly or at …

NEITHER EAST NOR WEST

NEITHER EAST NOR WEST  By VERY REV. MSGR. LIVINUS UKAH. Reflecting seriously on the title of this piece; neither east nor west, which suggests or triggers many things in our minds, we come to know where the world’s problem emanates. We come to know that the creator of the world did not mean to divide …

ARE WE REALLY OUT OF ECONOMIC DOLDRUMS?- Very Rev Monsignor Livinus Ukah

We are hearing from many quarters especially the dailies that we are out of recession. Is it a political rhetoric that makes people dance over this proclamation? When we hear people rejoicing at the bars, increasing the number of bottles, donating to charity, to the poor and decrease in unemployment, reduction of begging in the …

A PROGRESSIVE SOCIETY WITH GOOD LEADERSHIP

Every society aspires to make progress. No society wants to be static or remain in retrogression. It is the will of God that man improves his life condition and rear his children with the fear of God and also live in peace with his neighbors. Conflicts destroy peace and good-neighborliness. A society that does not …

THE CONSPIRACY OF SILENCE AMONG THE ACADEMIA

According to the Greeks, the purpose of education is to be a better man. But the reverse is the case. Some see education as enriching themselves, building houses everywhere, having power in the village, building sky- scrapers in their father’s land, and having power over the less privileged and the peripheries of the society, and …