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Nigeria’s Angry Children Of Suicide

By Reuben Abati I once wrote about Nigeria’s “children of anger”, but the country seems to have progressed from anger to clinical depression, resulting in a rise not merely in social

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Buhari’s Return: Matters Arising, By Reuben Abati

As someone who has been in that corridor recently, I do not share the view of those who insist that President Muhammadu Buhari’s recent 50-day medical vacation was mismanaged by

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The Man Who Sat On The Tor Tiv’s Throne

By Reuben Abati  This is about Stephen Nyitse, the young man who on the day of the coronation of the new Tor Tiv managed to beat security and went straight to

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I want to go to London… to see Buhari

By Reuben Abati When 15 million plus Nigerians voted for President Muhammadu Buhari in the 2015 General elections, their expectation was that he would be available to serve them 24/7/365, and

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Valentine, Baba’s Vacation And Other Stories

By Reuben Abati  “Happy Valentine’s day, my friend” “You don’t wish someone Happy Valentine’s day with ordinary mouth, my friend” “Are you a woman?  The gifts are for women, not male

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A visit to The Gusau Institute

By  Reuben Abati The road to Kaduna from Abuja was horrific. I had been told that the journey would take no more than one and a half hours, and I

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Donald Trump and the Muslim World

By Reuben Abati I am not a fan of Donald Trump, the incumbent President of the United States. I didn’t stand with him. I stood with her- Hillary Clinton- in the

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Once Upon A Time in Gambia

By Reuben Abati I have very vivid memories of my last visit to The Gambia. This was in 2013 when President Goodluck Jonathan paid a two-day visit to the country.  In

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MMM, Sambisa And The Boy Died

By Reuben Abati “Happy New Year, my brother” “What do you mean happy new year, more than two weeks into the New Year. Have I not been in touch with you

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Before Abuja Airport is Shut Down

By Reuben Abati A few years ago, the Federal Government of Nigeria shut down the Port Harcourt International Airport to carry out what they called repairs or was it renovation? It

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