Month: February 2014

Terrorists Slaughter Nigerian Children Like Goats AND The World is Looking

By Adeola Aderounmu In NORTHERN Nigeria mostly in Borno State, the terrorist group popularly called Boko Haram have been on the rampage in recent days. During week 8 of 2014 they reportedly killed more than 200 people in separate attacks. In one attack they… Continue Reading “Terrorists Slaughter Nigerian Children Like Goats AND The World is Looking”

Criminalities in the Nigerian Government

By Adeola Aderounmu This topic relating to criminality in the Nigerian government continues to be of interest to me with each passing day since I wrote that article in the Nigerian Guardian in 2002 titled “Why Politicians Steal”. I think Nigerians continue to chase… Continue Reading “Criminalities in the Nigerian Government”

The Nigerian Syndrome

By Adeola Aderounmu The Nigerian syndrome is the condition in which the people of Nigeria openly support their rulers and politicians who have contributed tremendously to the demeaning of their living conditions. It is a also a condition where a crook, a corrupt ruler… Continue Reading “The Nigerian Syndrome”

Nigeria Sacks It’s Central Bank Governor

By Adeola Aderounmu Reports from this morning stated that the ruler of Nigeria Mr. Jonathan has sacked the governnor of the country’s foremost Bank Mr Sanusi Lamido. Many of us saw this coming. The ruler has told Mr. Sanusi to resign a few weeks… Continue Reading “Nigeria Sacks It’s Central Bank Governor”

Murder In The Creek: The killing of Azizi and Yakowa.

This story explains what may have lead to the murder of Patrick Yakowa, the former governor of Kaduna State. Yakowa was probably one of the longest serving deputy governors in the history of Nigeria. He was a christian from South-South Kaduna, regarded as one… Continue Reading “Murder In The Creek: The killing of Azizi and Yakowa.”

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