“The Truth (like light) has come and falsehood (like darkness) has vamoosed; surely, falsehood is meant to vamoose in the (magnificent) presence ofthe Truth”. Q. 17:81 Monologue This article is not appearing in this column, today, for the first time. It...
Daily Trust, a Nigerian Newspaper has issued an apology over a featured image in one of its reports on Friday. The report which read, "Gunmen Kill Two in Kaduna Community" had a picture of two gun-carrying men in Hijab as...
Daily Trust, a Nigerian Newspaper published a news on Friday night with the headline, "Gunmen Kill Two in Kaduna Community". However, the picture of two men wearing Hijab, a piece of clothing worn by Muslim women was set as the...
Most of those saying the Shari'ah law is this and that and at the same time asking why it is not used for corrupt politicians, it is time for y'all to see the beauty of the Shari'ah law. Now, you...
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has announced that Hajj 2020 2020 will be a 'very limited' Hajj due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The Kingdom has allowed her citizens to partake in the pilgrimage that has started since last July. "It was...
Justice Olusola John Bamgbose who gave this judgement on Thursday after a legal battle that lasted for about one and a half years, said that it is only the fundamental human right of women to use hijab and not...
Sacha Baron Cohen may be very nasty but he is one of those actors who satires depict his knowledge of the society he lives in. He understands the politics, the ideologies, the propaganda, etc. The advent of Social Media has...
At the time of this writing, people are angrily condemning rape following the rape of some females. A different opinion gets you the "Rapist" label. This article is written for academic and moral purposes without the fear of being...
With regards to the videos posted about husbands dancing for their wives and wives dancing for their husbands, there have been alot of mixed feelings and there is even a rumour of a man who divorced his wife after...
As 16-year-old Miriam* stepped out of her tent to fetch water near the Madinatu Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp in Nigeria's northeastern Borno state in January last year, a middle-aged woman she knew as "Aunty Kiki" approached her. She asked...

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