Trayvon: Does justice guarantee peace?

By Osmond Ekwueme George Zimmerman’s acquittal in the murder of the unarmed teenager, Trayvon Martin is an example of those instances the courts may give you justice but not peace. Yes, Zimmerman got a non-guilty verdict from the criminal justice system but an overwhelmingly guilty verdict in the court of…

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Communications, indefensible injustices in Africa

By Osmond Ekwueme  50 years of democratization in Africa can be summarized in Charles Dickens lines in his 18th century novel “Tale of Two Cities”….”It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness…..we had everything…

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Media’s Ignorance of Catholic Church

By Osmond Ekwueme Pure nonsense. The Catholic Church is not in crisis. The haste with which most commentators and some of my colleagues are stumbling over their casuistical feet to explain the sudden abdication of Pope Benedict XVI; as the beginning of the end of Catholic Church is such an…

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“Ignorance is a choice”

By Dr. Osmond Ekwueme His Excellency Gov. Sullivan Chime “Though healing is a process that might take awhile Hope you are steadily improving and feeling better every minute. We hope, till you are better, you will keep in mind, and that the warmest of wishes and thoughts are with you.…

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