Posts by Aderinola:

Nigerians in the Diaspora: Why they write.

Written on June 4th, 2007 by
Categories: Nigerians in the Diaspora

Over the years, the concept of writing from abroad has increased tremendously. One major aspect of these writings is the act of criticising the government.  There are many internet sites that are dedicated to news and stories about Nigeria and... Read More | Share

Yar Adua; The Inheritance of a Burden

Written on May 31st, 2007 by
Categories: Nigeriawatch

Adeola Aderounmu Yar Adua has every right to be the president of Nigeria just like more than 140 million other persons in the country. He has been desribed as a humble man and I concur with that. The EFCC has declared him corrupt free (that I do... Read More | Share

Revisiting Atiku

Written on May 31st, 2007 by
Categories: General Articles

Adeola Aderounmu   If you are an ardent reader of The Guardian online or in print, you must have read the series that Abati dedicated to the Bolekaja (feudal) Presidency of the Obasanjo-Atiku regime. The matter could at least be left to rest... Read More | Share

NIGERIAN POLICE: Kill and Go!

Written on May 25th, 2007 by
Categories: Nigeriawatch

Mr. Ehindero is the boss of the Nigeria Police and in May 2007, he has literarily ordered his men to kill people who dare demonstrate or protest against the useless elections that took place in Nigeria recently. These are people, Nigerians like... Read More | Share

NIGERIA: A deadly vicious cycle

Written on May 16th, 2007 by
Categories: Nigeriawatch

The issues affecting the Nigeria are numerous and varied. Recent occurrences in the country have stirred up debates here and there on some of these issues. Honestly speaking, the issues cannot be overflogged. It is a debacle that millions of... Read More | Share

Why Nigeria will not be great soon!

Written on May 8th, 2007 by
Categories: Nigeriawatch

By Adeola Aderounmu Nigeria calls herself the giant of Africa. Please can someone tell Nigeria and Nigerians to wake up! Giant of where? Nigerians are giants only in their homes. They live under an illusion of pre-independence glory. They count on the... Read More | Share

NIGERIA: The absence of common good

Written on May 8th, 2007 by
Categories: Nigeriawatch

By Adeola Aderounmu   One of the biggest challenges in Nigeria is the absence of “for the good of all” since the day that Nigerians took their future in their hands by bidding farewell to the colonial idiots from Britain. On May 1,... Read More | Share

Nigerian Elections; A Tragedy of Modern Times

Written on May 8th, 2007 by
Categories: Nigeriawatch

By Adeola Aderounmu The most important thing about been a politician in Nigeria is that you must know how to steal from the public treasury from the moment that you assume office. Presidents, senators, governors, local government chairmen and so on,... Read More | Share

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