Tag: independence

Nigeria @ 60. A Totally Failed Country

Nigeria @ 60. A Totally Failed Country By Adeola Aderounmu 10 years ago, l wrote a piece that went viral/global. It was titled: Nigeria @ 50, what is there to celebrate? One would have thought that the provocations in the essay would lead to… Continue Reading “Nigeria @ 60. A Totally Failed Country”

Nigeria’s Independence, The Military Coups And the Origin of Corruption Nigeria

Since becoming millionaires in Nigeria do not correlate to owning factories but nearness to the centre of federal, state or local government where national patrimonies are looted, it means that Nigerian millionaires are manufacturers of massive poverty and miseries for Nigerians. Nigeria’s Independence, The… Continue Reading “Nigeria’s Independence, The Military Coups And the Origin of Corruption Nigeria”

At 55, Nigeria Still Crawls

Without complete and due accountability, without a system of government that removes power from one man in one place now called Abuja, Nigeria will crawl even when she celebrates 100 years of independence. At 55, Nigeria Still Crawls By Adeola ADEROUNMU The present status… Continue Reading “At 55, Nigeria Still Crawls”

The Cost Of Freedom

Unless a country or a group of people are willingly to genuinely give their today in the name of true freedom, their children will never be free tomorrow. The Cost Of Freedom By Adeola Aderounmu Nigeria’s 54th year as a so-called independent country was… Continue Reading “The Cost Of Freedom”

How The Nigerian Government May Have Sponsored And Financed Terrorism

By Adeola Aderounmu When late Musa Yar Adua became the ruler of Nigeria in 2007 in one of the several disputed elections in Nigeria, one of his “achievements” was granting amnesty to the Niger Delta militants. His 6 or 7 points agenda including the… Continue Reading “How The Nigerian Government May Have Sponsored And Financed Terrorism”

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