In this special Easter edition, the fire that engulfed Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris and the reactions that followed made Dr. Damages to ask serious questions about Africa’s own fires, cathedrals and preservation of historical artifacts. You will be shocked at the questions he raised. Pope Francis kissed the feet of South Sudan leaders with the hope of encouraging them to end their civil war. Dr. Damages thinks there is a better person the Pope should have deployed to kiss the leaders. Sudan’s long-term leader, Omar al-Bashir is overthrown. Dr. Damages profiles the 22-year-old woman who is leading the revolution and suggests what sub-Saharan Africans can learn from the Sudanese. Two years ago, Apostle Suleman resurrected a dead boy. Dr. Damages thinks that the boy is the great Apostle’s own Lazarus. Coming up, Dr. Damages imagines the resurrection of Apostle Suleman. In Nigerian politics, Atiku’s challenge of the reelection of President Muhammadu Buhari has led to this haunting question: if Atiku is from Cameroon, where is Buhari from? Dr. Damages tells you. Your good doctor also answers your emails and gives you news headlines.