Month: May 2008

MAY 29 2007-MAY 29 2008:Another Year Wasted!

Adeola Aderounmu. It’s been one full year since an illegitimate government was installed or enthroned in Nigeria. One can easily be deceived that Nigeria is ungovernable because of the divergence of people, opinions, cultures, attitudes and size of the country. But Nigeria is not… Continue Reading “MAY 29 2007-MAY 29 2008:Another Year Wasted!”

Festac Town Residents, NEPA and a Very Wicked Government

By Adeola Aderounmu The Festac Town Resident Association (FTRA) has sent out a circular in which the body instructed residents of Festac Town not to pay the NEPA/PHCN* bills starting from May 2008. The reasons stated for this line of action are as follows:… Continue Reading “Festac Town Residents, NEPA and a Very Wicked Government”

Kanu Nwankwo, A living legend

Adeola Aderounmu. Kanu’s 37th minute goal was all Portmouth needed to clinch the 2008 FA CUP. Kanu is truly the golden boy. He is the most decorated African footballer ever. U-17 gold in Japan 1993. Olympic gold in Atlanta 1996. He has won Champions… Continue Reading “Kanu Nwankwo, A living legend”

Bloggers Unite for Human Rights As Nigerians Boycott British Airways

Adeola Aderounmu, May 15 2008. Bloggers from around the world are focusing on Human Rights today May 15th. This day also coincide with the start of the TOTAL BOYCOTT of British Airways Flights/ Services by thousands of Nigerians from around the world. BA does… Continue Reading “Bloggers Unite for Human Rights As Nigerians Boycott British Airways”

BOYCOTT BRITISH AIRWAYS FROM MAY 15TH

Adeola Aderounmu. Boycott British Airways. We can do with one “less” airline. Nigerians are very respectful and hardworking people and they deserve to be respected. British Airways does not respect Nigerians. Join this campaign and co-opt everyone that you know. BA makes a “hell”… Continue Reading “BOYCOTT BRITISH AIRWAYS FROM MAY 15TH”

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