Month: November 2009

Nigeria’s Political Dilemma and Secession in the air

By Adeola Aderounmu Nigeria has been without a ruler or leader for several days now. In my opinion Nigeria has never had a president since May 2007. The man who was illegally imposed on us is now very sick and lying in some hospital… Continue Reading “Nigeria’s Political Dilemma and Secession in the air”

PDP Places Nigeria on a Keg of GunPowder

By Adeola Aderounmu BBC reported that the continued ill-health of Nigeria’s ruler Mr. Yar Adua poses a problem for Nigeria’s constitution. If he were to step down or die, he would be replaced by Vice-President Goodluck Jonathan, who is from the country’s southern Niger… Continue Reading “PDP Places Nigeria on a Keg of GunPowder”

Coalition Against Corrupt Leaders (CACOL) in Nigeria

By Adeola Aderounmu I made an entry on my blog on Nov 21 2007 called All Nigerians Should Join and Support CACOL Since then some people wanted to know how to locate CACOL or become members. I am not a member myself and it… Continue Reading “Coalition Against Corrupt Leaders (CACOL) in Nigeria”

Nigerians, free yourselves from Bondage, Seek Change Now!

By Adeola Aderounmu Nigeria’s illegal president Mr. Yar Adua has gone (again) to Saudi Arabia for another medical check up. The man is extremely sick and very weak. His physical appearance speaks volumes. He is not fit for the post of a councillor how… Continue Reading “Nigerians, free yourselves from Bondage, Seek Change Now!”

Professor Sam Okoye, Top Nigerian Scientist, Dies in London

(original story in http://www.saharareporters.com) It is good to celebrate great Nigerians like Prof Sam Okoye and to use people like him to project the good sides about Nigeria. It is so very unfortunate that our Politicians ruined our country and they ruined the lives… Continue Reading “Professor Sam Okoye, Top Nigerian Scientist, Dies in London”

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