Month: March 2009

Becoming a Stateless Nigerian..!

Adeola Aderounmu Around 1989/1990 I applied for the Lagos State Scholarship Board Award /Grant. The intended study would have allowed me to pursue a medical career at foreign University. When I was invited to the interview there were strong indications that I was a… Continue Reading “Becoming a Stateless Nigerian..!”

Corruption Rebranded

By Adeola Aderounmu. On March 17 the project to rebrand Nigeria was launched in Abuja. At the occasion where Yar Adua was represented by Goodluck Jonathan, Dora Akunyili likened her pet project to WAI of the military era. It is shocking that this launching… Continue Reading “Corruption Rebranded”

Nigeria: An Elusive Electoral Reform

By Adeola Aderounmu After spending weeks and months touring the country in search of a genuine and workable electoral process, the electoral reform committee had their most important proposal overturn by the FEC-Federal Executive Committee. A sitting president in Nigeria wants to keep the… Continue Reading “Nigeria: An Elusive Electoral Reform”

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