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  • Leadership: Why Nobody Takes Nigerian Youths Seriously – By Ohimai Amaize

    By on April 18, 2017

    By Ohimai Amaize The idea of Nigerian youths in politics and governance has been advanced by several youths and youth groups in recent times. In 2014, I led a group of young Nigerian professionals under the banner of Rethink Nigeria to present a document on this...

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  • The Lost Souls of Elmina

    By on August 18, 2016

    Yesterday, I visited the Elmina Castle in Cape Coast, Ghana. The castle was built in 1482 and is over 500 years old. The Portuguese and the Dutch colonial masters of Africa used it as a storehouse for African slaves before they were shipped to the Americas....

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  • Satan, Caitlyn Jenner and the Church

    By on August 16, 2015

    Today’s world is full of people trapped in shadows of contradictions. My understanding of human history and more importantly, studying the Bible as a Christian, I have come to terms with the fact that we live in a tainted world. The world economy is going to...

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  • Buhari’s Youth Development Agenda

    By on June 18, 2015

    By Ohimai Godwin Amaize In today’s time and age, at 72, President Buhari would more than likely have a generational challenge with the concept of youth development. In a country like Nigeria where the notion of ‘youth’ in itself has been abused, misused and disused, it...

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  • John 3:16 | The Mystery of Redemption

    By on June 13, 2015

    God is emotional. God has a soft spot for man. He is in love and He wants to be in more than just a relationship. He wants to be in fellowship! How do I know that? Let’s take a trip to Eden and catch a glimpse…

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