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Sunday Musings: Are Tattoos In The Bible? BY AGBA JALINGO

One of my younger friends who was with me yesterday at home, asked a question about tattoos. He wears

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Where Is The Benefit?  BY AGBA JALINGO

Since the 11th century when Islam was introduced to Nigeria and the 15th century when the first Portuguese friars

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Reverse The Supplications… BY AGBA JALINGO

Nigeria is hard! Sounds awkward in the first line of an article on a Monday morning. But that’s the

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Judge Others, Please Do… BY AGBA JALINGO

I chose that headline deliberately because of one of the most quoted scriptures that I feel is also being

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Sunday Musings: The Forbidden Questions… BY AGBA JALINGO

I can wake up today and decide to announce to everyone that I had a personal encounter with Christ

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Calabar Eleven Eleven Roundabout And The Politics Of Remodeling… BY AGBA JALINGO

The Eleven-Eleven roundabout in Calabar, Cross River State was named after Armistice Day when World War I (1914-1918) ended

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Calabar: Clergyman Blames Strange Incidents On ‘Evil Infrastructure’

By Sylvia Akpan The Senior Pastor of Bible Christian Crusader Mission (BCCM), Pastor Joseph Okoro has blamed happenings in

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We Can Co-Exist If We Don’t Encroach… BY AGBA JALINGO

In 1543, three Portuguese travelers aboard a Chinese ship arrived in Japan and became the first Europeans to visit

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