Ex-presidential spokesman, Reuben Abati, arrested
A former presidential spokesperson, Dr. Reuben Abati, has been arrested.
Demons in high places
I shall take a middle ground and say Abati was only being African or more precisely, Nigerian and he should be forgiven or at least the rest of should make effort to understand him.
Time to interview some leaders
In Nigeria, we always hope to pray our way through every danger without repentance. The God I know and serve does not work that way. Agreed, His mercies endure and are renewed every morning ...
The spiritual side of Aso Villa
I thought the man was talking nonsense and he wanted the luxury of a hotel accommodation. But he turned out to be right. The day I hosted family friends in that apartment and they slept overnight, there was indeed a fire accident.
What Nigeria means to me
It is partly the reason, therefore, why every Nigerian moving forward must ask the question: what does Nigerian mean to me? Too many compatriots relate to this country as an abstraction.
Between the journalist and the spokesperson
In the past few weeks, my colleagues who have taken over as spokespersons for the Muhammadu Buhari government and the All Progressives Congress have found themselves in the line of fire, as they are accused of destroying their old reputation as truth-tellers, courageous journalists and activists of the Fourth and Fifth Estates of the Realm.…
Still on that dog matter
“You were writing about a dog being so important in Western cultures. You should have told us what a dog is in our own culture and may be that will give you an idea of why Joe Chinakwe’s action should not be treated so lightly?”
The game has changed…
“MY brother, I think all the people saying they have not seen any change should by now be convinced that truly, truly, the game has changed.”