It’s bad form to post more than once per day, I think. But the following gobsmacked so much that I have to post it.
Here is a very curios bit from the 23 July issue of The Guardian by Riazat Butt.
The spat between the Sudanese and the Americans has added a new meaning to the word "frenemy". A few weeks ago, the Africans enjoyed the hospitality of the
Fast-forward to Lambeth and it is mitres at dawn - well, from the Sudanese, anyway.
But what will happen on Saturday, at a cheese and wine party the Africans have been invited to? Will there be razors in the Roquefort? Bleach in the
And those divisions at
Less than 24 hours later, it became a privacy matter. When pressed, a spokesman could not confirm whether the archbishop of
Eighteen months ago, I commented on a "friend's" blog that Akinola could not stay away from Lambeth. I went on to say I postulate that he would show up and hold secret meetings. This curious bit from The Guardian makes me wonder if I was correct.
Are there any life sightings of Akinola outside of