• Corruption not necessarily crime against humanity – Giwa Victor replies EFCC boss, Magu

    Corruption not necessarily crime against humanity – Giwa Victor replies EFCC boss, Magu

    National Coordinator and Advocate for People’s Justice, Giwa Victor, has maintained that corruption is not necessarily a crime against humanity.

    Featuring on Channel’s Television programme, he explained that for corruption to be described as a crime against humanity, there must be a specific identified crime.

    Giwa also berated the Department of State Services, DSS, over the recent raid of some judges’ homes across the country as part of its ongoing corrupt investigation.

    He said, “In some quarters, because of the effect on the […]

  • Poverty, unemployment, terror – €105m Pogba transfer is an insult to humanity

    Poverty, unemployment, terror – €105m Pogba transfer is an insult to humanity

    The Frenchman’s move to Manchester United and Gonzalo Higuain’s €90 million transfer to Juventus merely underline that ‘the beautiful game’ is uglier than ever before.

    When AC Milan broke the world transfer record in the summer of 1992 by paying approximately €15.2 million for Torino winger Gianluigi Lentini, the Vatican labelled the sum “an offence to the dignity of work”. Of course, for the Catholic Church of the time to take such a moralistic stance has transpired to be the height […]

  • Humanity and globalization start from Africa – Obasanjo

    Humanity and globalization start from Africa – Obasanjo

    Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has described Africa as the root of humanity and globalization, which were later exported to the rest of the world.

    Obasanjo stated this when he received members of the Centre for Black and Civilization (CBAAC) of the Federal Ministry of Tourism, Culture and National Orientation, led by the Director General (DG), Dr. Anikwe Ferdinand at his Abeokuta residence in Ogun State.

    He promised the delegation that he would mobilise support for the 40th anniversary celebration of the Second […]