Category: War and Violence

The Nigerian Genocide Under The Watch Of Buhari

If you defend yourself, you can live to tell the story. If you do not defend yourself, other people will tell your story and they will not tell the true story. The Nigerian Genocide Under The Watch Of Buhari By Adeola Aderounmu There is… Continue Reading “The Nigerian Genocide Under The Watch Of Buhari”

The Useless Representation Of The International Community During Elections In Nigeria

By Adeola Aderounmu The elections that held in Nigeria on 23rd February was probably the worst or ranked among the worst in the history of Nigeria. in this age of internet and social media generally, it was easy to see live coverage of disturbing… Continue Reading “The Useless Representation Of The International Community During Elections In 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”

The Nigerian Military Vs The Rest Of Us In A Pseudo-democracy

The Nigerian Military Vs The Rest Of Us In A Pseudo-democracy By Adeola Aderounmu (Today is 11 years l have been on this BLOG, THY GLORY O’NIGERIA..!)   There are pockets of problems in Nigeria. The most visible in recents days is ongoing in… Continue Reading “The Nigerian Military Vs The Rest Of Us In A Pseudo-democracy”

Echoes Of Idiaraba

I was born after the civil war. When l was growing up and in my formative years there was no one-teachers, counsellors or psychologists-who told us the reasons for the things that happened in northern Nigeria. Many of those things were unheard of or… Continue Reading “Echoes Of Idiaraba”

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