A Call for 'Convoy Code of Conduct'

Enough loss of lives and assaults on innocent road users

As concerned citizens who are looking for signs that respect the rule of law and that the principle of servant leadership are understood at all levels of society, members of  the National Association of Seadogs (NAS) are  dismayed to see that the traffic convoys of governors and various other officials continue to endanger the lives of citizens.

Testing the Resolve of Anti-Corruption

Issues from the Removal of Nuhu Ribadu

As usual in Nigeria, kites are being flown to see if the real stakeholders, the citizens of Nigeria, sit on the fence and accept the removal of Malam Nuhu Ribadu without making a fuss.  It is obvious that Malam Nuhu Ribadu is getting closer to those who have been robbing and deflating the economy of Nigeria.  Fortunately for those mortgaging the nation and her resources and unfortunately for Nigerians, the removal of Ribadu may not have come too soon.

Nigeria Must Part Ways With Prof. Maurice Iwu

A Case against the INEC Chairman

On the heels of the widespread denouncement of the last Nigeria general elections, dozens of the results are being nullified by the relevant Election Tribunals. Several Governors and legislators have had their “elections” overturned by the Election Tribunals. The Presidency is increasingly hounded by the prospects of a nullification of the result that ushered it in.

EXPLOITATIVE ABUSE AND PERENNIAL CRISIS - The way out of the Niger Delta Debacle

Nigeria is the world's sixth largest producer of crude oil. This is in addition to her huge reserves of mineral and agricultural riches and human resources.  Nigerians therefore should be enjoying some of the highest global living standards; unfortunately the reverse is the case.  According to official records, the country now has some of the lowest living standards despite being one of Africa’s most endowed countries.

National Association of Seadogs Is Not A Secret Cult

Rejoinder to the Vanguard’s Publication of Sunday August 19, 2007

The attention of the National Association of Seadogs aka Pyrates Confraternity has been drawn to a publication in the Sunday Vanguard of Sunday 19, 2007 titled: “Rivers battles 103 cult groups - The genesis of problem; solution, by ex-militants”.

PTDF, Senate Report and the Challenge of Accountability

Recent events in Nigeria surrounding accusations and counter accusations of misapplication, misappropriation or is the outright misuse of public funds accruing to the Petroleum Technology and Development Fund (PTDF) by the President and his Vice portend grave dangers to the principle of accountability as a bedrock of democratic ethos.

NAS Upcoming Events

10th Ralph Opara Memorial Lecture
31 May 2019
11:00AM - 02:00PM

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