Month: July 2012

All They Ever Wanted

By Adeola Aderounmu There are many records and chronological analyses of what went wrong with Nigeria. Above all a once prosperous country with one of the greatest aggregation of potentials-both human and natural-was mismanaged, plundered and converted into one of the worst places to… Continue Reading “All They Ever Wanted”

John Atta Mills Passes On

By Adeola Aderounmu Ghana’s president John Atta Mills has died in Accra. Atta was 68 years old and has been ruling Ghana since 2009. He succeeded John Kufuor who completed his tenure, going on two terms. The vice president of Ghana John Mahama would… Continue Reading “John Atta Mills Passes On”

My Random Reflections at 40

Adeola Aderounmu I am 40 years old today. I started this series when I turned 36. So this is the fifth edition of my random reflections on Nigeria. The occurrence of negative things and tragic occurrences in Nigeria are so rapid and frequent that… Continue Reading “My Random Reflections at 40”

My Random Reflections @ 38

My Random Reflections @ 38 Time waits for no man. This is the third in the series of my random reflections about Nigeria written on my birthday. I must confess it was really hard to find things to discuss about. Exactly 3 years ago… Continue Reading “My Random Reflections @ 38”

My Random Reflections @ 40

My Random Reflections @ 40 It is no longer news that I was born on July 12 1972. I started this series when I turned 36. So this is the fifth edition of my random reflections on Nigeria. The occurrence of negative things and… Continue Reading “My Random Reflections @ 40”

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