What BBNaija says about the Nigerian Mind

A few weeks ago, I got a call from Multichoice, the cable TV provider.  My subscription had expired several weeks earlier and I had not renewed.  The agent who called was eager to know when I would likely renew.  In a bid to persuade me to promptly reactivate my account, he started mentioning some programmes … Continue reading What BBNaija says about the Nigerian Mind

At the Daystar Skill Training in Ogudu, Lagos

Last Saturday was quite eventful. I was privileged to work alongside a team of leaders within the Cell System of Daystar Christian Centre, as we embarked on a skill acquisition programme for individuals within the Ogudu area of Lagos, Nigeria. We invited experienced facilitators who trained participants on different skills such as Fascinator design , … Continue reading At the Daystar Skill Training in Ogudu, Lagos

Thoughts from Lord Acton

As we prepare towards the elections next year, we should reflect on the purpose and limit of political power. Discussions have always been on which person or which party is competent  to wield power. However, a more fundamental issue is to clarify  the role of the state in society. This goes way beyond 2015; it will … Continue reading Thoughts from Lord Acton

Christians in History: Charles Colson (1931-2012)

The life of Charles Colson is one that illustrates what God can accomplish through one who has been transformed by the Holy Spirit. His transformation was as profound as his change was real. And as the writer of Hebrews said of Abel many years ago, we can testify of him that though he is dead … Continue reading Christians in History: Charles Colson (1931-2012)

A Comment on the recent criminalization of Homosexual relationships in Nigeria

The Bible is clear that homosexual relationships and acts are sinful (Gen.1:26-27; 2:18-24; Gen.19; Lev. 18:22; 20:13; Rom. 1:26-27; 1 Cor. 6:9; 1 Tim. 1:10). And everyone who calls himself by the name of Christ cannot but disapprove of it. What then should we make of the recent criminalization of the practice in Nigeria? I … Continue reading A Comment on the recent criminalization of Homosexual relationships in Nigeria

Nigeria and the way out

The problems of Nigeria are deep moral problems. They can only be solved by a moral transformation which only the truth can effect. What is the truth? It is that: God exists. He is a holy God - of sound moral character. Because such a holy God exists, absolute values (love, justice, honesty) exist - … Continue reading Nigeria and the way out