Tag: Afghanistan

Opinion | NINAS’s Urgent note of caution to the South, Middlebelt regarding push to 2023 elections

“Looking at what just played out in Afghanistan, the cost of delay in making this narrow Escape bid from Certain Damnation, will be reckoned in blood. We can all chorus: God Forbid, but we must get up and act as instructed by NINAS,” Tony Nnadi writes on behalf of NINAS in Opinions.

Opinion | At Last, Trump Shoots Straight

American President Donald Trump was four when the Korean War broke out in 1950. In three years, the war sucked in more than forty countries, most, under the United Nations (UN) banner. Two and a half million people died in the war. America suffered 36,568 dead and 103,284 injured. All the countries returned home except America which today, maintains 23,468 combatants in Korea. This is 68 years later.

[Perspective] Corrupting  the uncorrupted

When the Human and Environmental Development Agenda (HEDA) requested  me on March 21 to deliver a paper on corruption, I asked myself how did Nigeria degenerate to this state?  Degenerate to the level where then British Prime Minister David Cameroon in his  May 10, 2016 briefing of Queen Elizabeth II said: “We’ve got some leaders of some fantastically corrupt countries coming to Britain… Nigeria and Afghanistan, possibly the two most corrupt countries in the world”