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Sir Emeka Anyaoku @ 89: A phenomenal diplomat, a humanist, a...

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BY OMONIYI IBIETAN Emeka Anyaoku was the third Secretary General of The Commonwealth of Nations. The very first Nigerian, African, and Black man to occupy...

Archbishop Desmond Tutu: Nobody’s messenger, By KAYODE SOYINKA

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DURING THE JUNE 12, 1993 political crisis in Nigeria, the late South African President Nelson Mandela despatched his deputy, Thabo Mbeki, to Nigeria. It...

Tutu’s daughter recalls day he saved man from being burned alive...

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As South Africa celebrated the life of anti-apartheid hero Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who died on Sunday, one of his daughters recalled the day...

Desmond Tutu to be buried January 1

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The funeral of South Africa’s anti-apartheid icon Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who died Sunday, has been set for 1 January 2022, his foundation has announced. “While...

MultiChoice mourns, to air Desmond Tutu’s life story

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By Alex Enebeli ENUGU - Multichoice Group, a leading African entertainer, have expressed shock over the death of the South African cleric, Archbishop Desmond Tutu,...

Was Desmond Tutu among the prophets?

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BY PRAISE FOWOWE There are platforms you are given as a priest to stand for the oppressed against the oppressor. Saul was a king who found...

Fare thee well, Desmond Tutu: Apartheid slayer, compassionate pragmatist

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BY OMONIYI IBIETAN Desmond Mpilo Tutu, the ecclesiastical priest, who used the pulpit as a springboard for unequivocal expression of the philosophy of liberation theology,...

Desmond Tutu: Anti-apartheid crusader is dead, aged 90

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South Africa’s Archbishop Desmond Tutu, one of the leaders of the anti-apartheid movement, has died at the age of 90, the President’s Office has...