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Mugabe: När firandet kan vara fel

Mugabe: När firandet kan vara fel (Previously posted in English language) av Adeola Aderounmu Många observatörer både inom och utanför Afrika tycks ha firat störtandet av Mugabe som Zimbabwes president efter nära fyra årtionden vid makten. En sådan uppfattning är en skarp motsägelse till… Continue Reading “Mugabe: När firandet kan vara fel”

Mugabe: A Wrong Type Of Celebration

There is grave danger if the method used to oust Mugabe is celebrated. The use of the military to correct political anomaly should not be celebrated or hailed anywhere in the world. Mugabe: A Wrong Type Of Celebration By Adeola Aderounmu   Many observers… Continue Reading “Mugabe: A Wrong Type Of Celebration”

The Stupid Jokes, Including Mugabe On Nigeria

By Adeola Aderounmu One day two men from Pakistan told me a joke. I’ll share it. [Transparency International (TI) was going to rank countries in the world using the so called corruption perception index. Pakistan was going to be rated as the most corrupt… Continue Reading “The Stupid Jokes, Including Mugabe On Nigeria”

Emperor Mugabe, But They Went To Hell..!

Adeola Aderounmu Why Mugabe chose to use the burial ceremony of his sister as another medium to attack the Western countries is best known to him. I thought the dead deserve to rest in peace after passing through this crazy world. Couldn’t we just… Continue Reading “Emperor Mugabe, But They Went To Hell..!”

The Nigerian Guardian Editorial on Mugabe’s Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: A tragic failure of leadership THE NIGERIAN GUARDIAN JULY 3 2008 IN a demonstration of utter contempt for the international community and indeed for the Zimbabwean people, President Robert Mugabe stood as the sole candidate in the country’s run-off presidential election which was… Continue Reading “The Nigerian Guardian Editorial on Mugabe’s Zimbabwe”

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