Tag: MEND

Disgraceful And Shallow Campaigns (Part 1)

I am missing proper discussions and debates on the economy, unemployment, insecurity, migration, social injustice, inequality, education, health, population growth, science, technology and a holistic approach to reducing intellectual and material poverty in Nigeria. Disgraceful And Shallow Campaigns (Part 1) By Adeola Aderounmu The… Continue Reading “Disgraceful And Shallow Campaigns (Part 1)”

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 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”

Nigeria: Of Treasons and Breakups (Or The Last Chapter)

By Adeola Aderounmu Boko Haram members are doing nothing other than committing treasonable felony. Now they have even gone ahead to say they will kill Goodluck Jonathan latest by June 2012. Boko Haram is not the first group of terrorists on the treason list.… Continue Reading “Nigeria: Of Treasons and Breakups (Or The Last Chapter)”

October the 1st 2010. The Black Friday in Nigeria.

Adeola Aderounmu October 1 2010 has now gone done in our annals as the Black Friday. In the last one month alone there have been several reasons for the selfish Nigerian government to annul the useless and stupid celebration that is going on worldwide… Continue Reading “October the 1st 2010. The Black Friday in Nigeria.”

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