Letter to the Editor:


Herdsmen attacks: Ekiti option not an enduring solution I have seen a number of commentaries praising Ekiti State’s anti-grazing law signed recently as the solution that will ultimately curb the menace of herdsmen attacks. Such reactions typically emanate from a ...

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The Mark Zuckerberg visit

Facebook founder Zuckerberg visits Nigeria

By Reuben Abati Mark Zuckerberg’s two-day visit to Nigeria has done a lot for the country; it is a pity no government official or agency has tried to tap into the gains of that visit. He arrived at a time there ...

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Still on that dog matter

Former Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Dr. Reuben Abati,

By Reuben Abati Last Friday, my phones rang again and again (thank God for dead phones gradually playing Lazarus), but what triggered that ring-ring was the article: “The Man Who Named His Dog Buhari” (August 26) in which I had indicated ...

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Before the herdsmen kill us all

Fulani herdsmen

By Ikem Okuhu I was able to contain my anger when the recent attack by Fulani herdsmen happened in Enugu. It took serious effort to hold back both tears and pent up frustration at what has become a deliberate effort ...

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The man who named his dog Buhari


By Reuben Abati   The one absolutely unselfish friend that a man can have in this selfish world, the one that never deserts him and the one that never proves ungrateful or treacherous is his dog – George Graham Vest (1870) ...

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Who will salvage Nigeria’s image?

Nigerian Economy

By Emeka Oparah Recently at the Annual Conference of the African Public Relations Associations (APRA) held at the magnificent Tinapa Resort,  Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria, the reputation of Nigeria came variously under the spotlight, and the overwhelming opinion – ...

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Ugwuanyi’s school feeding initiative

Gov. Ugwuanyi

By Nwobodo Chidiebere When I heard the news that the government of Enugu State under Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi has inaugurated a steering committee to pioneer free school feeding programme for primary pupils of one to three, my heart was filled ...

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