Reading through Ribadu’s statement in response to the presidency’s statement giving a historical account if his hypocrisy it is amusing that the irony of his political instability does not stare him in the face. Ribadu says “It is unfortunate that he (Mr. Abati) stands on crooked crutches of rehashed falsehoods fabricated by corrupt politicians prosecuted by Mallam Nuhu Ribadu”. ... Read More »
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In an article titled ”On A False Premise- U.S. Looks To G8 Summit For Consensus Over LibyaR...
And God is able to make all grace (every favour and [a]earthly blessing) come to you in abundance,...
My father was not a perfect man; he had his flaws ad his excesses, but he had one thing that many la...
In the past few weeks, some notable and not so notable Nigerians from the northern and southern part...
Consider these scenarios: 50,000 teachers cannot pass a basic test in elementary English; illiteracy...
Dame Patience must not push her Goodluck | Dame Patience, Our President’s darling wife – Reuben Abati
Editor: This article clearly shows the genesis of the Amaechi-Jonathan feud. Dr. Abati did not spare words for the First Lady at the time. Well, you don’t expect him to write this about his boss’ wife today do you? Dame Patience, our president’s darling wife The Guardian Thursday, 27th Aug 2010 Opinion – By Reuben Abati DEMOCRACY is readily associated ... Read More »
As I watched the all-German UEFA Champions League final; I had this strange feeling running through me. I wanted desperately for BVB Dortmund to win because I had become a big fan of Jurgen Klopp and his lovely team. But in contrast, I also wanted Arjen Robben to score a goal and redeem himself from the criticism that would ... Read More »
Sometime in the 1990’s, Cowbel threw its business doors open. Her birth was centered on the fact that the mostly the rich and upper middle could afford to keep milk on their breakfast table, so it came with milk for the lower working class and poor out there on the streets. But there was a huge potential problem, one ... Read More »
A couple of days back a report credited to the WHO tried to confirm how that 77% of Nigerian women use bleaching cosmetics or materials; well let me start by saying that that statistics is so bloated that it fell short of conveying the intended message. That said; let’s get to the heart of the matter. Many young ... Read More »