Tag: Jos

Two True Stories From Pakistan

Adeola Aderounmu There was once a liberal governor in Pakistan in the state of Punjab. He wanted peace to reign in his domain and he wanted to promote the spirit of tolerance. He wanted to promote the right of children and women. He did… Continue Reading “Two True Stories From Pakistan”

War Brewing in West Africa

By Adeola Aderounmu Abidjan In Ivory Coast war is brewing. The two presidents are not yielding grounds. There have been reports of violence, attacks and deaths in Ivory Coast. I am not an expert on Ivory Coast but I’m not impressed with the experiment… Continue Reading “War Brewing in West Africa”

Terrorism in Nigeria May Lead to Disintegration

By Adeola Aderounmu On December 26 2009 I wrote on my blog page that Nigerians are not terrorists. That statement is no longer valid. Nigeria is now among the league of growing terrorist nations. On Christmas day in 2009 one over-pampered kid Abdul Mudallab… Continue Reading “Terrorism in Nigeria May Lead to Disintegration”

Jos, Crises Without End

Adeola Aderounmu When I heard about the recent uprisings in Jos, I didn’t show any interest in blogging about it. Some friends have read tiredness into my recent attitude towards Nigeria. They have asked me not to give up. I am not giving up.… Continue Reading “Jos, Crises Without End”

The Genocide In Jos: The Killings Continue!

Adeola Aderounmu Reports from Nigeria indicate that more christians have been slaughtered last night. Mad men dressed in military uniform invaded Riyom area and slaughtered their victims. It is not known how many people have been killed. The figures are between 12-50. At this… Continue Reading “The Genocide In Jos: The Killings Continue!”

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