A message from Mrs. Maryam Petronin to the French President Macron Mr. Macron, Peace be upon those who followed the guidance and, as for what follows... I received that you are in astonishment at how Sophie Petronin, a French woman of...
Monologue It should not be strange to readers of ‘The Message’ that this column is coming up, today, with such a memorable title as presented here. A newspaper columnist, who is also a veteran Journalist, is like a human octopus...
We are locked down. We are hungry. We close our eyes but catch no sleep. There is heat caused by incessant power outage. Our bodies aren't looking good as before; they've been overridden by irritating, debilitating rashes. The sounds...
“Beware of a calamity that may afflict not only those who incurred it but also the innocent ones who had no hands in its cause and know that Allah’s retribution can be very severe”. Q. 8:25 Monologue Beyond sheer lamentations and...
About a decade ago - at the early stage of my union to Queen Rasheedah - I fell ill and was eventually diagnosed of appendicitis. Without ado, perhaps as symptoms were worryingly and scarily manifested, I was recommended for...
They are kids but the wonders they do can kill. The oldest of the gang is just 8, and they have been practically involved in the height of hate. One thing led to another and I got the boys interrogated....
Lately, Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah has been waging a relentless propaganda war clearly aimed at sowing seeds of division and strife, either between Christians and Muslims or between northern and southern Nigeria. It is either you see him blowing...
By Prof. Dawud O. S. Noibi, Former Executive Secretary, Muslim Ummah of South West Nigeria & Retired Prof. of Islamic Studies, University of Ibadan, Ibadan. My attention was drawn to the sepatate calls made by the Human Rights Writers Association...
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