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OPINION: A story around Mama Dawes By Reuben Abati

Teachers are the most important persons in anyone’s life. Teachers teach us everything that we know. They inspire us. They leave their imprints, almost...
OPINION: Issues in Public Relations in Nigeria By Emeka Oparah

OPINION: Issues in Public Relations in Nigeria By Emeka Oparah

Two unrelated incidents conspired to compel me to eventually make this intervention, which I have been planning forever. One was a personal experience a...
Oshiomhole hails tribunal judgment, says judiciary still remains hope for common man

Edo 2016: Why we must not allow the aspirations of a few people tear...

It’s normal in politics that once a declaration is made, there must be those that will not be favourably dispose to it. This is unconnected...

It seems an irony, but the poor needs insurance more than the rich

The popularly held notion is that insurance is for the high ups or the upper class in the society. This view is rife in...
Mbaka: Priest, politician or renegade? By Reuben Abati

Mbaka: Priest, politician or renegade? By Reuben Abati

Catholic priests in Nigeria have always captured the public imagination, some of them have served in government positions, some were prominent in the fight...
Edward Kallon condemns attacks on IDP camps

Tales of woe in Taraba IDPs’ camp

For the past two years, victims of Taraba crisis who were forced out of their homes and made refugees in their own land have...
Abati didn’t write that…

OPINION: Federal character and its discontents By Reuben Abati

There has been so much concern about how the Federal Character principle has since its introduction in 1979, promoted mediocrity within the public service,...
Kachikwu, Baru and the NNPC debacle

OPINION: The Online Warriors By Reuben Abati

My criticisms of the excesses of the online phenomenon in terms of its brazen abuse in an unregulated environment has often made me the...
Abati didn’t write that…

OPINION: Where are the public intellectuals? By Reuben Abati

Something sad has happened and is happening, and is getting worse in our society: the decline of public intellectualism.  And so I ask, where...
Abati didn’t write that…

OPINION: Inside Dambazau’s shoes By Reuben Abati

“See what your friends are writing” “Who?” “Your fellow columnists. See how they are attacking the Minister of Interior, General Abdulrahman Dambazau, just because an orderly...