Saturday, June 02, 2007

Nigerian Bloggers

Umaru Yar'Adua, the newly elected Nigerian President has begun his work in Nigeria amidst protests that the election was rigged. Nigerian bloggers, based in Nigeria or overseas have been blogging about the Nigerian situation.

* Nigerian Curiosity - the blogger wanted Nigerians to make the goverment accountable while administering the country and she drafted the Nigerian Proclamation reflecting disappointment in the recent polls and the expectancy from the new government.

* Omodudu - requested Nigerians to "Let us speak with one voice. Let us make demands"

* Silent Storms in an Ocean of One - the blogger urged not to sit still or just complain quietly, as it would not pressure the government in getting things done accordingly.

Following 3 bloggers doubted that the proclamation could affect the new government even if the government didn't stick to its election promises:-
* Nigerian Blogger in Cyprus - doubted the campaign under Nigerian Proclamation could work.

* Lagos blog! - blogger said that the Nigerian Proclamation would not cause the new President to pack his bags even if he failed on those issues under the proclamation.

* Chxta's World - thought that the Nigerian Proclamation was a bit too late.

* Vera Ikeji - this blogger was excited that a new president came into office and maybe could change some things.

* Thy Glory O Nigeria! - this blogger was not happy with the cost incurred in the new President's inauguration ceremony.

Socio-political bloggers are everywhere.

Tags: Nigeria, Umaru Yar'Adua, Nigerian Bloggers, Africa, Nigerian Proclamation

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4 Comments:

Blogger Omodudu said...

Great blog

03 June, 2007 10:31  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

thanks for dropping by as well

06 June, 2007 11:12  
Blogger SOLOMONSYDELLE said...

Gosh, didn't know you covered this. Thanks! Nice blog, by the way! I read your post about African Night. Sounds like it as fun! Let us know when the next one happens. Can't wait to read about it and see the pics. You must include one of you dancing!

20 December, 2007 12:55  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

there is a plan for the next african night soon. oh yes it was fun when u see them dancing the nigerian style. i did dance with my nigerian friends too.

21 December, 2007 01:22  

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