As president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan is moving out of office so also is his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Reuben Abati. But the question on the lips of everybody is whether the one time ‘very busy man’ will be back to do what he knows how to do best, which is criticising the government of the day or better still, find solace in his job as a journalist. Before his appointment, Reuben was a columnist and the chairman of the editorial board of The Guardian newspaper, from 2001 to 2011. There are speculations that he may likely become a publisher of a newspaper to be called Mail Express. Only time will tell.
What Will Become of Reuben Abati Now?
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