Maybe, with the storms hitting the Catholic Church, it might be time the institution stands up to its creed of being the voice of the voiceless and challenge the barbaric regime of Biya and its intransigence in resolving the current crisis. As Biya is nominally a Catholic Christian, the leaders of the Church can speak to him as one of their flock, and this would not count as meddling into politics... Though this is not to say, that the Church can be immune from political interventions, given that it is on politics that the foundations of Christianity were laid.
It has been a weekend of festivities in South Africa and for many Africans across the globe who share the solidarity. Sunday in particular was glammed by street parades, speeches, prayers, […]
As I watched it on the news, I could hear whistles and shouts of “shame on you” as tents were thrown in to rubbish trucks. This happened when Occupy London […]
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but its government marches to the beat of another drum Prime minister David Cameron has told Britain: “We are a Christian country and we should not be afraid to say […]