Presidential broadcast and other stories by Reuben Abati

“Baba don come oh. Baba o yo yo, Baba Bubu o yo yo” “What is that?” “Eh, o yo yo” “If you are this excited about President Buhari’s return, then

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Buhari’s return: Kogi work-free day is a good idea in every way other than jealousy

By Abubakar Usman They say Kogi is wasting its productive hours by declaring a work-free day as a mark of respect for the return of Mr President. The problem with

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Our hopes, prayers for Nigeria

By Muhammad Ajah Last weekend as I lied on my bed in the night with my heart aglow and my windows ajar so that I can hear the sound of

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Wishing Nigerian pilgrims spiritually rewarding 2017 Hajj

By Muhammad Ajah It is something of great joy to congratulate the Nigerian pilgrims who, despite the economic recession witnessed in the country and the controversies over the hike in

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President Buhari and 2019 prophecy By Muhammad Ajah

Except if President Muhammadu Buhari does not recontest or it is the will of God, nothing human can stop the post of the president from him. I simply mean that

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My reflections on Hajj management and NAHCON By Muhammad Ajah

The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) was be 10 years on 25th May, 2017. It celebrated the occasion on 1st and 2nd July, 2017 in Abuja by gathering experts

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Musa Isa: 15 years after

By Ibrahim Isa Abubakar Great men live and leave, but their deeds and footprint remains forever. They enter the stage, gracefully dazzling the spectators and moving the audience; and exit

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How NAHCON celebrated 10th anniversary in grand style

By Muhammad Ajah At the auditorium of the National Mosque complex, Abuja, enters the man on the mantle of Hajj administration in Nigeria, Barr. Abdullahi Mukhtar Muhammad, who with his

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Chi Onwurah MP: “British, not Nigerian”

By Reuben Abati Chi Onwurah, the Member of Parliament representing Newcastle Central in the UK House of Commons and my former colleague at the State House, Molara Wood, met recently at

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Igbo-haters, the Arewa ultimatum and our nation

By Reuben Abati Fifty years after the civil war ended, Igbos do not yet feel a sense of belonging, acceptance or safety in the Federation called Nigeria. The sad part is

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