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12 Nov 2020
PA Amos Orovwomoriemu Ogbodo Idibiago, father of The Guardian’s former editor, Abraham Ogbodo, who died on March 8, 2020, will be laid to rest on Saturday, November 21 after a church service by 10:00a.m. at St. John’s Catholic Church
19 May 2020
In the world over, there is a growing narrative around the culture of reading. For many, good reading culture appears to have disappeared or whittled down considerably. This, perhaps, has contributed, albeit, partially, to a drop in print run of newspaper and magazine publications.
12 Mar 2020
Pa Amos Oromoriemu Ogbodo Idibiago, father of The Guardian’s former editor, Abraham Ogbodo has died. He was aged 106 years. Pa Idibiago was the Okpako Orhere (oldest man) of Oghara Agbarha-Otor...
16 Dec 2019
The Guardian yesterday won three main awards in this year’s edition of the Nigeria Media Merit Award (NMMA). Former Editor, Abraham Ogbodo, Bertram Nwannekama and Gbenga Akinfenwa...
22 Oct 2019
As Nigeria continues to totter through myriad leadership challenges, former editor of The Guardian, Abraham Ogbodo, has canvassed people-oriented leadership for the country. He described the inter-dependency of the human spirit on value creation as one of the conditions that make life more liveable.
25 Nov 2018
Nigeria is not a vanishing anywhere; it shall stay forever if it is well nurtured. Right now, there is tension in the land because of the 2019 general elections, scheduled to begin on February 16, less than 80 days away.
11 Nov 2018
Parents have a way of thinking that their children have not grown. Every child to the father or mother was born yesterday! I had also thought that Ophie was born yesterday...
28 Oct 2018
Don’t be fooled by Mr. Abraham Ogbodo spurious, mischievous and specious analysis captioned “Race for Government House Asaba” published in the Guardian Newspaper of October 14, 2018.
30 Sep 2018
October 1 every year has become a ritual without spiritual or even social content. The nation gathers in commemorative celebration to relive the day...
23 Sep 2018
My dearest President! I do appreciate the pressure on you at this moment and definitely not time to bother your Excellency with side talks. You have an election to win in another six months or so.
2 Sep 2018
Whereas the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had wanted to rule for only 60 years with the opposition still standing, the All Progressives Congress (APC) has no time limit. It wants to rule alone forever and without the PDP or other opposition parties.
5 Aug 2018
I apologize for the rude exit. When one friend called to find out what happened to Backlash, I told him the bitter truth. I was tired of pushing positions that had not drawn down on President Buhari’s nepotism, tyranny and cluelessness on one hand and enhanced his statesmanship......

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