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Revolution without ammunition. Pathways towards Nigerian second independence, Part 3

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Polemic Paper from the year 2019 in the subject Politics - Didactics, Political Education, grade: 1, , course: Military Science, l... Lire la suite
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Polemic Paper from the year 2019 in the subject Politics - Didactics, Political Education, grade: 1, , course: Military Science, language: English, abstract: The current insecurity and killing of Nigerians within Nigeria is unacceptable. Our country presided over by a retired army general Muhammadu Buhari has become so unsafe that one begin to wonder what would have happened if there was war with other countries. The situation has been worsened by hunger and poverty despite our huge natural resources. Sadly, Nigeria has been judged as the poverty capital of the world with over 80 million persons living in extreme poverty. The World bank has predicted that by 2021 Nigeria will become the country with the highest number of children that die before the age of five. In the midst of these anomalies, the same politicians that have looted our treasury continue to re-invest their loot as a way of re-cycling their evil leadership and expanding their business empires. This will further impoverish my people. We must stop them!

Frederick Omoyoma Odorige is a Ph.d candidate of Military Science at the National University of Public Service, Budapest Hungary. He has a Masters degree in International Public Service Relations, a Certificate in Diplomacy from the above institution and a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Arts from the University of Benin, Nigeria. He has been very vocal against the misrule and undemocratic policies that has beclouded Nigeria since her independence of 1960. As a student activist at the University of Benin, Nigeria, he was very active during the anti-SAP demonstration that swept across Nigeria during the military regime of General Ibrahim Babanginda in May/June 1989. The author has used his artistry and vocal participation against the dictatorial regime of the late Nigerian Head of State, General Sani Abacha whose monumental corruption is still a subject of international diplomacy. Frederick is currently the Founder and Global Coordinator of the Global Coalition for Security and Democracy in Nigeria, GCSDN which is a fast-spreading political platform for Nigerians in and outside the diaspora for addressing public office holders and institutions that continue to loot the Nigerian treasury and disenfranchise Nigerians. He decries the weakness of the Nigerian government to respond to crises, political godfatherism, fulani herdsmen, Boko haram and other militia sponsorship that have killed Nigerians till date. In August 2017 he led Nigerians in Hungary in a widely-publicized protest to stop an attempt by the Nigerian Ministry of Water Resources from concluding a negotiation for a loan of 54m euro from Hungary because of its potential corruptive elements. Rather, he suggested that such monies should be used in building schools and hospitals in Nigeria as Nigerian politicians continue to fly abroad for health treatments and send their children abroad for education. Today, from a safe distance, he continues to step on the toes of the high and mighty politicians and to unleash unbridled criticism and recommendations to military politicians and recycled Nigerian leaders that continue to impoverish Nigeria. "Revolution without ammunitions" is intended to galvanize compatriots towards 'a second independence of Nigerians from ill-meaning politicians'. His speeches have also been recorded on youtube (Jd.hu, Nelson M46664) for visual representation. Frederick is also an Assistant Pastor with the New Covenant Church, Budapest.

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Titre: Revolution without ammunition. Pathways towards Nigerian second independence, Part 3
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Code EAN: 9783668901636
Protection contre la copie numérique: libre
Format: eBook (pdf)
Producteur: GRIN Verlag
Genre: Sciences politiques, formation politique
nombre de pages: 56
Parution: 19.03.2019
Taille de fichier: 0.9 MB