Posts by Aderinola:

Why Nigeria Needs No Elections In 2011

Written on August 29th, 2010 by
Categories: Elections 2011

By Adeola Aderounmu Nigerians must insist of credible elections. It is the first prerequisite for the turning point that we continue to seek. We know that corruption, stupidity, senselessness and outright madness dominate Nigerian politics but credible elections remains the most single importa...
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A New Tribute To The Good Nigerian Woman

Written on February 1st, 2010 by
Categories: General Articles

I have been through another round of paternal leave. This means I’d taken some time off from work to take care of my children. It came on the heels of my wife having spent 8½ months at home with our children. In what can be described as the transformation of roles I have looked after my...
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A Nation in Coma: 50 Years of Bondage and 2 Wasted Generations

Written on January 1st, 2010 by
Categories: General Articles

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 down in our annals as the worst year Nigerians ever lived. In total, it&rsqu...
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Nigeria Remains A Scalar Quantity at 49

Written on October 1st, 2009 by
Categories: General Articles

Nigeria Remains A Scalar Quantity at 49 There is almost nothing to celebrate nationally as Nigeria clocks 49 on 1st of October 2009. As a nation Nigeria has failed her citizenry. There was abundance when we took over the reign of governance from the British in 1960. It didn’t take long before ...
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Dissecting Mrs. Clinton

Written on August 14th, 2009 by
Categories: General Articles

Unlike more than 100m Nigerians who are living in compulsory, absolute darkness foisted on them by the vigorless and illegal Yar Adua administration, I watched and listened to the short speech delivered by Mrs. Clinton and I followed the Q & A questions that came after. Keen listeners wo...
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2009 Nigeria: Abuja Scavenger Makes USD1.00 Daily

Written on July 29th, 2009 by
Categories: General Articles

A few days ago in Abuja a group of women waylaid the FCT Minister. Apparently these women representing families that have been deprived of electricity supply for several weeks decided to embarrass the Minister as he was leaving his electric-powered house for his comfortable office in a long convoy. ...
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Another Bad Cop?

Written on July 28th, 2009 by
Categories: General Articles

Mr. Onovo said he would continue from where the former IGP, Okiro stopped. Where did Okiro stopped? Is this is joke? Mr. Onovo should apologize to all Nigerians for making such a very careless and frightening statement The statement is a very dangerous one. Nigerians should ask Mr. Onovo for the im...
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Before 70 000 Nigerians Perish Overnight..!

Written on July 16th, 2009 by
Categories: General Articles

Over70 000 may die in Benue State of Nigeria if the Volcanic Lake Nyos in Cameroon erupt before you finish reading this article. According to reports over 30 000 livestock are also at risk in Benue State alone. This lake is adjacent to Nigeria and its eruption may affect Benue, Kogi, Enugu, Adamawa ...
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How Wraps of Cocaine Killed My Friend

Written on December 21st, 2007 by
Categories: General Articles

John sat down at the waiting hall of Charles de Gaulle International Airport to take a rest. His breathe had become shorter and shorter but his heart slows down. He fell into a slumber. He never woke up again! I remembered my plight at this same beautiful airport two years earlier and before th...
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Maurice Iwu Must Go Now!

Written on December 20th, 2007 by
Categories: Electoral Reform Project

If we don’t do away with Iwu in our public arena and let him be HEARD NO MORE, someone will wake up tomorrow to tell us that Iwu is a hero. At that time, the likes of Babangida, Obasanjo and Atiku would have become saints and ordinary Nigerians would have been totally converted to their footst...
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