Category: Justice

There Won’t Be A Nigerian Revolution

We can’t have a revolution because those who stole our childhood are the same people we still entrust with our future There Won’t Be A Nigerian Revolution By Adeola Aderounmu A Nigerian Solomom Akuma is languishing in prison. By profession he is a pharmacist.… Continue Reading “There Won’t Be A Nigerian Revolution”

Agitu Idea Gudeta. Rest in Power

Video credit DW This should never have happened. I will be able to update if more information surrounding her death are revealed. Rest in power dearest sister! May the ancestors receive you with grace and favour.

Saraki: A Tragedy That Must Not Befall Nigeria

By Adeola Aderounmu Bukola Saraki is scheming. He wants to one day become the president of Nigeria. We have been asleep in Nigeria for too long and one day we must put a stop to this nonsense. This essay is not about Saraki alone.… Continue Reading “Saraki: A Tragedy That Must Not Befall Nigeria”

Nigerian Politics: The Meaning And Consequences Of Our Collective Foolishness

By Adeola Aderounmu     There are several millions of people in Nigeria living in abject poverty and penury. I have been writing about this topic for many years. Over and over again l have defined mass poverty using Nigeria as a point of… Continue Reading “Nigerian Politics: The Meaning And Consequences Of Our Collective Foolishness”

Multiple Charades

You need to know that the enemies-the Unbroken-exist and they are universal. You need that knowledge to understand why a robber who stole mobile phones can be sentenced to death by hanging in record time while politicians and the elites who stole billions of… Continue Reading “Multiple Charades”

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