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Goodluck Jonathan Disgraced at the African Union Meeting.

Goodluck Jonathan Heading for the Grass? By Adeola Aderounmu Mr. Jonathan was more or less disgraced at the African Union Meeting in Addis Ababa on 29th January 2012. Ghana led a group that voted against Goodluck Jonathan. President Thomas Yayi Boni of Benin was… Continue Reading “Goodluck Jonathan Disgraced at the African Union Meeting.”

Now that Jonathan is President, What Luck comes with it?

Adeola Aderounmu I’m going be a keen observer, as ever, of the political situation in Nigeria. Mr. Jonathan is now the president after all the resistance from Turai Yar Adua and co. Let’s see how the stupidity of the PDP plays out in the… Continue Reading “Now that Jonathan is President, What Luck comes with it?”

R.I.P Yar’ Adua: Another Chapter Closes

By Adeola Aderounmu Officially Mr. Umaru Yar’Adua died on 5th of May 2010, exactly 3 years after being declared as the winner of the worst presidential (s)election ever in Nigeria. Mr. Yar’ Adua has a history of ailment ranging from severe kidney disorders to… Continue Reading “R.I.P Yar’ Adua: Another Chapter Closes”

Yar Adua is probably not coming back…Can we move on Please?

Adeola Aderounmu Gone for more than 3 weeks! I don’t think Yar Adua is coming back to Aso rock, a place he illegally and forcefully inherited. If we had built a reputable hospital in Nigeria in all the 10 years he wasted as a… Continue Reading “Yar Adua is probably not coming back…Can we move on Please?”

Why Goodluck Jonathan May Not Become Nigeria’s President

by Adeola Aderounmu One thing that people should know about Nigeria is that Nigeria’s form of democracy is rubbish. The various governments that we have had over the years are non-democratic. It’s been several years of military dictatorship and civilian autocracy. In 1999, 2003… Continue Reading “Why Goodluck Jonathan May Not Become Nigeria’s President”

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