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Tales from Rio By Reuben Abati

In some other countries of the world, a bronze medal at the Olympics is not something to be talked about or celebrated. Not even silver is satisfactory sometimes, just remember that look on Russian athlete Yulia Efimova’s face as her arch-rival, Lilly King of the United States took the gold ...

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Nigeria, 2016 Olympics And Other Stories By Reuben Abati

“ I hear we are no longer Nigeria, but the United States of Nigeria” “You didn’t hear anything. Stop being hypocritical, my friend.” “But the incumbent Minister of Sports is on record as having said something like that” “I know. That dumb Minister who wears the red cap that looks ...

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Five Years After UNEP Report – Will Ogoni Breathe Again? By Nnimmo Bassey

August 4, 2016 marks the 5th anniversary of the submission of the report of the assessment of the environment of Ogoniland to former President Jonathan by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). The report etched for Nigeria and the world, the damning levels of hydrocarbon and other toxic pollutions in ...

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Let’s Talk Turkey About Turkey By Reuben Abati

I was shocked by the trenchant reaction to my piece on the July 15 attempted coup in Turkey from at least two persons. The piece titled “Nigerians and the Failed Coup in Turkey” (The Guardian, Sunday, July 17) had fetched a mail and direct messages from a concerned Nigerian who ...

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Fajuyi: Lest We Forget By Prof. Bolaji Akinyemi

Now praise we great and famous men, The fathers named in story; And praise the Lord, Who now as then Reveals in man His glory. Praise we the glorious names we know, And they whose names have perished, Lost, in the haze of long ago, In silent love be cherished. ...

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The Bleaching, Chameleon Crowd By Reuben Abati

I wrote a piece recently, a tribute to the late veteran actress Bukky Ajayi and the multi-instrumentalist OJB Jezreel, in which I raised a number of issues, including how in Nollywood today, there is an obsession with the whitening of skin, an anti-Negritude yellowing, what I referred to as “the ...

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Nigerians And The Failed Coup In Turkey-Reuben Abati

Turkey is about five hours away from Nigeria by air, about 2, 634 miles from here, but the night there was a coup attempt in Turkey, July 15, with soldiers shutting down parts of Ankara and Istanbul, you’d think Ankara is a city somewhere in Nigeria and Istanbul is an ...

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Theresa May, Melaye and The Leader’s Wife- Reuben Abati

“Have you been to Bourdillon? Or rather I should ask when are you going to Bourdillon?” “What’s happening?” “I hear people are paying solidarity visits to the Tinubus to express their dismay over Senator Dino Melaye’s assault on Senator Remi Tinubu, wife of the APC National Leader.” “Assault?” “That is ...

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Politics of Environmental and livelihood Recovery – closing the gap between Oil and Solid Minerals Communities-Nnimmo Bassey

The National Assembly and the Ministry of Petroleum Resources occupy key vantage points to leverage calm in the oil fields of the Niger Delta. They can make this happen by having communities take their place as true stakeholders in the management of oil revenues. This point cannot be overemphasized. It ...

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GMOs Threaten our Food Security and Food Sovereignty- Nnimmo Bassey

Some of the comments made by Rose Gidado as reported under the title, Nigeria Not At Crossroads Over Food Security – Agency Chief (published in The Guardian on 8th July 2016) must have been based on questions that were not accurately posed to her. It could also be that her ...

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