Month: February 2015

Disgraceful and Shallow Campaigns (Part 2)

This season the Nigerian media houses blew away the chances of healthy political debates. For Nigeria, the road to freedom is under construction but the good people and the institutions are asleep. Disgraceful and Shallow Campaigns By Adeola Aaderounmu Prior to the cancellation of… Continue Reading “Disgraceful and Shallow Campaigns (Part 2)”

Why Assassin Mbu Must Leave Western Nigeria Now!

Mr. Mbu’s prowess in killing ordinary civilians needs a converter-mechanism. His killing ratio of 1 police: 20 civilians may be useful in the attempt to end the Boko Haram war in a record time of 5 weeks. He should be posted to North Eastern… Continue Reading “Why Assassin Mbu Must Leave Western Nigeria Now!”

The Unveiling Of Africa’s Latest Tyrant?

In 6 weeks Nigerians will know if a tyrant is born or not. They will know if the military will be in charge to complete the February 7 coup The Unveiling Of Africa’s Latest Tyrant? By Adeola Aderounmu Nigeria in 2015 probably has a… Continue Reading “The Unveiling Of Africa’s Latest Tyrant?”

Jonathan’s Destructive Distillation Of Nigeria.

The cancelled February elections are not only about Jonathan. They are also about failed dividends of democracy under PDP since 1999. It will be one of the biggest mistakes in history if Nigerians sit back and allow the Jonathan game plan to unfold. It’s a… Continue Reading “Jonathan’s Destructive Distillation Of Nigeria.”

Disgraceful And Shallow Campaigns (Part 1)

I am missing proper discussions and debates on the economy, unemployment, insecurity, migration, social injustice, inequality, education, health, population growth, science, technology and a holistic approach to reducing intellectual and material poverty in Nigeria. Disgraceful And Shallow Campaigns (Part 1) By Adeola Aderounmu The… Continue Reading “Disgraceful And Shallow Campaigns (Part 1)”

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