Month: May 2007

Revisiting Atiku’s Disloyalty

Adeola Aderounmu  If you are an ardent reader of The Guardian online or in print, you must have read the series that Abati dedicated to the Bolekaja (feud) Presidency of the Obasanjo-Atiku regime. The matter could at least be left to rest but it… Continue Reading “Revisiting Atiku’s Disloyalty”

Yar Adua:Inheritance of a burden

Adeola Aderounmu Yar Adua has every right to be the president of Nigeria just like more than 140 million other persons in the country. He has been desribed as a humble man and I concur with that. The EFCC has declared him corrupt free (that… Continue Reading “Yar Adua:Inheritance of a burden”

The increase of petrol price

By Gani Fawehinmi (From The Guardian, May 30 2007) JUST as President Olusegun Obasanjo was asking for forgiveness in the Church on Sunday, May 27, 2007, he was inflicting a parting pain on the masses of our people by increasing the pump price of… Continue Reading “The increase of petrol price”

My Blog on BBC Africa

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/6701559.stm The future of Africa depends on what Africans do with their continent. It is good to read all news either from BBC or CNN or from wherever, but as Africans we should know how to discern the truth. It will be very misleading/unreliable… Continue Reading “My Blog on BBC Africa”

Obasanjo: Nigeria’s Biggest Shame!

How sad can it get? How bad can it be? About 2 days to the end of his wasteful administration, this man called Olusegun Obasanjo decided to increase the price of petrol in Nigeria to 75 naira per litre. Now, can any sane person… Continue Reading “Obasanjo: Nigeria’s Biggest Shame!”

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