SOME CHRISTMAS SEASON QUESTIONS FOR CHRISTIANS

COMRADE Ibe, like Darlington, barrister Okon from Mende and Oluwatosin from Ikorodu, are regular callers on Mofe Oyatogun's early rush hour programme on FM 101.5 radio station in Lagos. They are all strung together...

Adedamola Willoughby, Other Matters Arising

I feel like getting out of the box today, and unbottling events I have bottled up for some time. They may not necessarily be health matters. But they may bear a tinge or more...

Mrs Ngozi Shodunke tells her cancer survivor story

WORLD- WIDE, few people survive Cancer, not to mention having the grace of an opportunity to tell their survivor stories. Mrs Ngozi Shodunke, of Lagos, is one of those lucky few. I listened to...

A Darling is gone, the battle goes on.

I am all apologies for suspending what, today, would have been the third and concluding part of the series on CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME, FIBROMAlYALGIA & CO. Early last Saturday morning, I received a phone call...

Tortoise of Osun Ogbomoso Dies at 344 Years!

A TORTOISE in the palace of the OSUN of OGBOMOSO has just died, aged 344 years. It death was announced on the radio last Sunday. The king lost appetite for one day and has...

An exclusive Village for abandoned Old People

THIS column broke through the banks last Thursday. Restrained within it's marks, the conclusion which advocacates a housing estate of sort of settlement for love sick, abandoned old Nigerians, had to be consigned for...

The Sky Gets Dark, Slowly

Below is the post shared by Mr Pat Enilama "Mao Dun literary prize winner Zhou Daxin’s latest novel to be published, “The Sky Gets Dark, Slowly”, is a sensitive exploration of old age and the...

Some other faces of hemp ( CBD) oil (1)

Some proponents of CBD oil as a plant medicine for all ailment were taken aback last Thurday (15/8/2019) when I suggested that it may worsen glaucoma if it is used as eyes drops, as...

STIGMATA, EASTER SEASON BLEEDERS AND MATTERS ARISING

THE easter holiday is over. Many people stepped out of the revelry of the ages, this time to contemplate some thorny questions in christiandom. I guess we can spend another day to revisit some...

THE STIGMATA: PATHOLOGY OR MIRACLE? By C.J SIMPSON

The medical approach towards religious phenomena is often to categorise them as "illnesses." This may be seen in the diagnosis of St Paul as having epilepsy and of Joan of Arc as having schizophrenia....

In The Other Room