Month: January 2015

Why 113 million Nigerians Are Poor

Do you know that about 1% of Nigerians control more than 80% of the country’s wealth? In 2015, Nigeria is listed among the world’s fastest growing economy whereas more than 90% of the population considered themselves to be poor already in 2010 and the… Continue Reading “Why 113 million Nigerians Are Poor”

A Remarkable Pact

Buhari and Jonathan signed a peace agreement. Historically this is a very remarkable pact-that a peace agreement was signed before a war or in the absence of war between 2 factions. A Remarkable Pact By Adeola Aderounmu The ugly tradition of politics in Nigeria… Continue Reading “A Remarkable Pact”

A Season Of Uncertainties

Is this the Nigerian future: to create a country determined by interplay of terrorists, dictators and authoritarians? A Season of Uncertainties By Adeola Aderounmu Nigerian politicians and rulers are out doing what they know how to do best. They are now telling lies in… Continue Reading “A Season Of Uncertainties”

2015 Most Wanted Report

 If the calls for the trial and imprisonment of George Bush Jr. for example cannot be found in the report for 2014, maybe a call for pardon or amnesty (and not a justification) for Charles Taylor will not be out of place as well.… Continue Reading “2015 Most Wanted Report”

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