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'Emi lokan, awa lokan' and the discontents, By Reuben Abati

Nigeria, Feb. 20 -- "Bros, how body? Have you seen what I have seen?" "No. How do you expect me to see what you have you seen, when my eyes are different from yours? I use my own eyes. The evidence o... Read More


AFCON 2023: A review, By Reuben Abati

Nigeria, Feb. 13 -- Big, loud and hearty congratulations to the people and government of the Republic of Ivory Coast for hosting and organising what has been considered one of the best editions of the... Read More


AFCON 2023: The game is over, the struggle continues., By Reuben Abati

Nigeria, Feb. 13 -- Big, loud and hearty congratulations to the people and government of the Republic of Ivory Coast for hosting and organising what has been considered one of the best editions of the... Read More


Cardoso, CBN and the Nigerian economy,By Reuben Abati

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- The timing of the interview could not have been more auspicious. The monetary space had become so busy recently, everything was becoming confusing. The Cardoso interview offered nee... Read More


Davos 2024, Nigeria and VP Shettima, ByReuben Abati

Nigeria, Jan. 23 -- Critics of globalism and capitalism have continually raised questions about the relevance of the World Economic Forum (WEF) established by Professor Klaus Schwab in 1971 originally... Read More


The call to arms: A counterview, By Reuben Abati

Nigeria, Jan. 9 -- One of the most concerning subjects in Nigeria today is the renewed call for the liberalisation of access to the ownership of guns, in the face of the worsening state of insecurity ... Read More


2024: Looking forward, By Reuben Abati

Nigeria, Jan. 2 -- It is a new year, a new month, a new day, and fittingly, this is the right moment to look backwards and to the future. One of the major planks of received wisdom is that the past is... Read More


Wike vs Fubara: One day, one trouble, By Reuben Abati

Nigeria, Dec. 19 -- In 1973, writer and dermatologist, Professor Anezi Okoro published a novel for young adults titled "One Week, One Trouble." It tells the story of Wilson Tagbo, a secondary school s... Read More


Nigeria's delegation at COP 28 in Dubai, By Reuben Abati

Nigeria, Dec. 5 -- The biggest story in Nigeria at the moment is the size of Nigeria's delegation to the Conference of Parties (COP) of the United Nations Summit on Climate Change, otherwise known as ... Read More