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What Does Kukah Have In Common With Jimmy Cliff?

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He is the closest thing to a Nigerian Desmond Tutu, a voice that can be depended upon to speak truth to power, however inconvenient.

Yet, last year when we first contacted Bishop Mathew Hassan Kukah to grace the cover of the magazine, he demurred.

Why I’m Talking

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One would have to be a fool to miss the chance to be heard in such an impressive and authoritative outlet.

My Wish List

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To see an end to violence in Nigeria

To see a Nigeria free from religious bigotry.

To see a country where everyone can pursue their dreams unencumbered by narrow religious or ethnic chains

To see a female President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria

To see Nigeria lift the World Cup in my life time

To see Arsenal win a major trophy

I Was Ready To Give Up – Dipo Davies

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Our Big Breakthrough – Dipo Davies, Castles publisher

Dipo Davies is a lawyer and the publisher of Castles Lifestyle, a premier real estate magazine. He tells The Interview how he trod on uncharted territory and the strategies to adopt to start and remain in business.

Four Shades of Love At Valentine

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February is the month of love, a month that the sacrificial love of St. Valentine is commemorated. But love has taken a whole new dimension from the time of the third century Catholic priest. The Interview presents the different shades of love as many have come to know it…

 

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The truth about my relationship with Jonathan – Bishop Kukah

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Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah needs no introduction. This foremost public intellectual, Catholic priest and the bishop of Sokoto Diocese, is a well known figure in Nigeria’s public life. He has a reputation for saying the truth as he sees it, without pulling his punches, without seeking to please the powers that be.

Insanity Is Stopping Change - Ezekwesili

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Ezekwesili In Capsules:

Former Vice President of the World Bank for Africa, former minister and convener of Bring Back Our Girls, Dr. Obiageli Ezekwesili, granted this magazine one of the most comprehensive interviews in recent times, which we are presenting in capsules.

 

Buhari’s Government Confused, Adamant – Oby Ezekwesili

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Dr. Oby Ezekwesili, a former world back vice-president and also former Nigerian minister, is one Nigerian woman that evokes different but undeniably strong emotions in people just hearing her name, and for very obvious reasons too. She has fought for due process in public procurement, reforms in the solid minerals and education sectors in the past.

Why I’m Not InBuhari’s Cabinet – Pat Utomi

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 Professor Pat Utomi does not need much of an introduction; he is a very public individual. Call him an economist, patriot, politician, philosopher, public intellectual, TV host, e.t.c., and you are all correct; only he is more. In this revealing chat with The Interview,he dissects the various pitfalls of the country and points the way forward.

We're Victims Of Public Perception - Kayode Oladele

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Hon Kayode Oladele worked with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) before venturing onto the political turf and becoming a member of the House of Representatives for Imeko Afon/Yewa North federal constituency, Ogun State.

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