Tag: Goodluck Jonathan

Goodbye and Goodluck Jonathan

In the pursuit of happiness in the Niger Area, a functional geopolitical solution will not be the least needed ingredient Goodbye and Goodluck Jonathan By Adeola Aderounmu Some of us grew up with the awareness that our parents and grandparents told us to be… Continue Reading “Goodbye and Goodluck Jonathan”

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.”

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”

How Much Money Does A Man Need?

By Adeola Aderounmu In 1996 before the end of my service year I met an elderly man in a village near Moniya, on the outskirts of Ibadan. I think the village is called Idi Ose or something like that. Some of my colleagues at… Continue Reading “How Much Money Does A Man Need?”

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