Month: March 2008

The Nigerian Guardian Editorial on Late Chike Obi

By The Nigerian Guardian, 27th March 2008. Chike Obi (1921-2008).  ON Thursday, March 13, 2008, Prof. Chike Obi, the first Nigerian to obtain a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Degree in Mathematics, passed on. He was aged 87. While he lived, he acquired international renown… Continue Reading “The Nigerian Guardian Editorial on Late Chike Obi”

Nigeria, A Nation in Perpetual Custody

Adeola Aderounmu. When I was still under 15 years of age, my father bought me a book written by Naiwu Osahon. The title of the book was: A nation in custody. Recently, I have been thinking about that book and I have also ransacked… Continue Reading “Nigeria, A Nation in Perpetual Custody”

Yomi Bamgbose’s Article on Driver’s License in Nigeria..

Culled from the Nigerian Guardian Newspaper. 18/3/2008. This is an article from the Guardian Newspaper written by Yomi Bamgbose. FRSC and driver’s licence Also pasted here: THIS is in response to a statement made recently by the Chief Executive and Corp Marshal of the… Continue Reading “Yomi Bamgbose’s Article on Driver’s License in Nigeria..”

A Baby’s alibi and a useless eye-witness at Barkaby

Adeola Aderounmu.    Barkaby is one of the local areas in Stockholm. Usually, I try to refrain from writing about very personal things on my BLOG but this one really struck me. I finished working and I’d gone to the day care center to take… Continue Reading “A Baby’s alibi and a useless eye-witness at Barkaby”

Messy Past, wasted future

Adeola Aderounmu. I have been very busy with my work nowadays that putting up a blog story is quite tasking. I wrote a piece titled A stolen future but I’ve not really had time to fine tune it for posting. Anyway, here is one… Continue Reading “Messy Past, wasted future”

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