The recent crisis that engulfed Jos, the Plateau State capital is another sad reminder of the fact that our dear country still has a long way to go in its quest for a peaceful, idea-centric, egalitarian and progressive society devoid of bigotry and extremism that have continued to plague different communities across the country.
Oil has made us billions and fuelled our economic stability, but oil has also become the bane of our existence. For some, it is a curse that has caused poverty and corruption, but for others it is an essential source of untold wealth and power.
Peace is essential for Stability & Economic Growth.
“Peace Day should be devoted to commemorating and strengthening the ideals of peace both within and among all nations and peoples…This day will serve as a reminder to all peoples that our organization, with all its limitations, is a living instrument in the service of peace and should serve all of us here within the organization as a constantly pealing bell reminding us that our permanent commitment, above all interests or differences of any kind, is to peace…”.
Police Commissioner Marvel Akpoyibo was never a “Pyrate”. The National Association of Seadogs (NAS) is not a Cult.
A negation of tourism potentials & Abuse of Human Rights
The attention of the National Association of Seadogs (Pyrates Confraternity) has been drawn to the recent pronouncement credited to the Honourable Minister of State for FCT, Mr. John Akpanudoedehe regarding the sale of alcoholic products within or close to residential areas in the Federal Capital Territory.
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.
Nigeria’s Electricity Crisis: The Way Forward
The National Association of Seadogs (NAS) notes with dismay the recent revelation that the General Olusegun Obasanjo administration “spent” about $16.00 billion on energy and power with no appreciable impact on Nigeria’s energy and power sector.
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.