The Recent Appointment of Justice Jombo-Ofo to the Court of Appeal and the Issue of National Integration in Nigeria

Recently, Justice Jombo-Ofo, a female High Court Judge serving in Abia State had her swearing in to the Appeal Court of Nigeria stepped down because of a petition alleging she was not from Abia State and denied elevation to the Appellate court by the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Mrs. Aloma Muktar. Thankfully the National Judicial Council has reviewed the petition in her favour and hopefully she will be sworn in to take her much deserved place amongst her colleagues who had been sworn in earlier.

Save the Indigenous People of Bakassi

The National Association of Seadogs (NAS) aka Pyrates Confraternity wishes to express its strong displeasure over the federal government's inability to appeal against the judgment of the International Court of Justice, (ICJ) on 10 October 2002, which ceded the oil-rich Bakassi Peninsula to the Republic of Cameroon.

NAS Condemns Christmas Bombings

As peoples all over the world of the Christian persuasion, celebrated the birth of Jesus Christ on the 25th of December 2011, Nigeria was once again subjected to a series of bomb explosions targeted at worship centres from Niger through Plateau, to Yobe States.

DISCLAIMER

It has come to the attention of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SEADOGS a.k.a. PYRATES CONFRATERNITY (hereinafter called NAS) that certain mimic upstarts or pseudo groups in the Nigerian tertiary institutions and in some cases secondary institutions especially the Universities, Colleges of Technology, Colleges of Education etc have been parading themselves as members of NAS and initiating children and members of the public into their fold in the guise of initiating them into NAS.

The State of Insecurity and the Proliferation of Violence:

IMPLICATIONS ON THE POLITY

The National Association of Seadogs (NAS) has observed with grave concern the current state of insecurity in the country. We are worried that this dangerous trend is gradually assuming a new dimension with the spate of bombings in some parts of the country including the Nation’s capital. We therefore call for urgent increased intervention by the government and relevant stakeholders.

Towards a Mediocre-Free Leadership in Nigeria

In April 2011, Nigerians will return to the polls to elect a new set of leaders to pilot the affairs of the nation for another four years. Our politicians, always with a penchant for the spectacular, are already strutting the political landscape, trying to out-do one another with intimidating messages through various channels including posters, giant billboards, fanciful T-shirts and radio/TV jingles. One major political party has even thrown the retrogressive and anachronistic concept of zoning into the fray thus making the whole scenario quite interesting. The National Association of Seadogs (NAS) has on its part been watching these scenarios with keen interest and concern.

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