Tag: James Ibori

Brothers in Crime: Goodluck Jonathan and Diepreye Alamiyeseigha

By Adeola Aderounmu What would make the ruler of Nigeria pardons a criminal and an ex-convict? The answer can lie in the fact that they are birds of the same feather. In Nigeria criminals are in power and the world knows it. Nigerians know… Continue Reading “Brothers in Crime: Goodluck Jonathan and Diepreye Alamiyeseigha”

The James Ibori Confession

Adeola Aderounmu James Onanafe Ibori is a Nigerian convicted for crimes in both Nigeria and the United Kingdom but who later became the governor of Delta State in 1999. His stories have been well documented the latest being a BBC report on the extent… Continue Reading “The James Ibori Confession”

A nation in coma: 50 years of bondage, 2 wasted generations and 400 billion dollars Missing..!

By Adeola Aderounmu A nation in coma: 50 years of bondage and 2 wasted generations When I wrote Nigerians as captives: 48 years of waste one year ago I was hoping that my pessimism would be overturned somehow. Far from it..! 2009 has gone… Continue Reading “A nation in coma: 50 years of bondage, 2 wasted generations and 400 billion dollars Missing..!”

Nigerian Judiciary, A citadel of Corrupt Minds

Adeola Aderounmu When I was a little boy I was told that lawyers are liars. It was a joke but it stuck. I was determined never to become a lawyer but I do admire them. Almost everything institution in Nigeria is corrupt and upside… Continue Reading “Nigerian Judiciary, A citadel of Corrupt Minds”

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