Month: March 2011

Nigeria: Elections or A state of War?

Adeola Aderounmu 240 000 policemen will roam the length and breadth of Nigeria this April as Nigeria sets for elections to usher in a new dispensation in the faulty democratic process. I have argued in several essays that Nigeria needs to become a truly… Continue Reading “Nigeria: Elections or A state of War?”

These Must Never Happen Again

By Adeola Aderounmu In 1999, 2003 and 2007 PDP rigged elections in Nigeria. 2007 was the worst of them all. I have presented these facts before but it is election time and I should remind Nigerians that these things must never happen again. In… Continue Reading “These Must Never Happen Again”

Nigerian Union of Teachers, Another Useless Organisation?

Adeola Aderounmu Michael Olukoya took a great risk on behalf of NUT. Along with 120 others he spoke of Jonathan’s reign post-April 2011. An educated person should never make such a stupid mistake. It is wrong for one man or 120 people to sell… Continue Reading “Nigerian Union of Teachers, Another Useless Organisation?”

Nigeria’s Opportunistic Groups Abroad and a Disgrace to Common Sense

Adeola Aderounmu I still don’t know why some Nigerians living abroad are extremely determined to continue to allow poverty to spread in Nigeria. Maybe they are happy sending as little as 5 pounds (as advertised by Western Union in UK) to their families in… Continue Reading “Nigeria’s Opportunistic Groups Abroad and a Disgrace to Common Sense”

Nigeria: The Most Wasteful Government in the World

Adeola Aderounmu In addition to the massive corruption of almost all Nigeria’s politicians and public office holders is the ever present cost of keeping all the over 500 parastatals that belong to the Federal Stupidly Wasteful Government of Nigeria. Check this out. In Nigeria… Continue Reading “Nigeria: The Most Wasteful Government in the World”

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