Tag: democracy

Mugabe: A Wrong Type Of Celebration

There is grave danger if the method used to oust Mugabe is celebrated. The use of the military to correct political anomaly should not be celebrated or hailed anywhere in the world. Mugabe: A Wrong Type Of Celebration By Adeola Aderounmu   Many observers… Continue Reading “Mugabe: A Wrong Type Of Celebration”

Buharism

The success and future of Nigeria lies on the shoulders of all her citizens. It is a collective national assignment to ensure that the institutions are sane and functional. Buharism By Adeola Aderounmu It is worrying when people start to think that what is… Continue Reading “Buharism”

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”

It Was Not A Great Year

When a president or a ruler knowingly acts against the constitution that he swore to defend and behold, he invariably burns the flag of the country and ought to be dismissed by law or by popular revolt the next day. The passivity of Nigerians… Continue Reading “It Was Not A Great Year”

Between Obama, Ghana and Nigeria

Between Obama, Ghana and Nigeria By Adeola Aderounmu I have no problems with Obama going to Ghana. My problem is the hypocritical stance of the US government. Democracy is on a strong footing in Ghana. Ghana is a model of good governance and Ghana… Continue Reading “Between Obama, Ghana and Nigeria”

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