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  • ...tention of contesting the party's presidential ticket, he later joined the People's Democratic Party in 2001. ...e was also the leader of a Cross River political pressure group styled the Lagos group which facilitated the primary defeat of former Central Bank governor
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  • ...r of high profile editorial and managerial positions including editing the Lagos Weekend, serving as general manager of the Nigerian Herald, and later servi ...was born in Osogbo on July 15, 1941. He was educated at the University of Lagos and Indiana University Bloomington. (1)
    3 KB (554 words) - 00:16, 6 December 2007
  • ...ction Group's Jos convention when the Akintola group tried to make a break from the grips of party leader and parliamentarian, [[Awolowo]]. administration as an assistant medical officer at the General Hospital, Lagos and later became a medical officer working at Adeoyo Hospital, Ibadan (1945
    1 KB (166 words) - 11:17, 26 December 2007
  • ...ime studying privately and later achieved a 2nd class honours in Economics from the University of [[London]]. ...ns including membership of the Ode Ekiti Progressive Union and the Ekiti's People's Party in 1953.
    2 KB (350 words) - 11:43, 9 December 2007
  • ...he Nigerian Book Foundation and a member of the [[Board of Trustees of the People's Democratic Party]] of Nigeria. (2) [[Category:Lagos]]
    2 KB (231 words) - 16:35, 21 December 2007
  • ...was in support of opening more doors of employment to different classes of people in the native authority and seeking a reform to the emirate system in the N ...tions. However, many of is views caused controversy and he left Kaduna for Lagos to join the foreign service.
    2 KB (293 words) - 10:44, 19 August 2008
  • ...winning major elections in the city. Adisa later declared for the Northern People's Congress. (1)
    2 KB (292 words) - 10:07, 9 September 2007
  • ...a founding member of the Lagos Youth Movement in 1934 and after returning from studies abroad along with Nnamdi Azikiwe, the movement was renamed Nigerian However, he left the movement in 1951 and founded his own party, the Nigerian People's Congress. He later joined the National Council of Nigeria and the Cameroo
    2 KB (252 words) - 13:37, 18 September 2007
  • Nigerian People's Party'' ...y, Pennsylvania in 1930. He subsequently obtained a masters degree in 1933 from a prestigious Ivy League institution, the University of Pennsylvania [4].
    4 KB (560 words) - 16:43, 26 July 2007
  • ...on of Tor Tiv, prodded on because he was one of the local educated persons from Tivland. ...ention to contest his constituency seat to the House of Representatives in Lagos.
    3 KB (481 words) - 09:06, 18 July 2008
  • ...[Lagos]] as one of the first Northern students entrants. Though, he was in Lagos trying to study to be a medical dispenser, he was taken by the [[Ahmadiyya]
    3 KB (526 words) - 18:47, 2 January 2008
  • ...Mbanefo was a traditional chief. He attended Methodist Boys High School, [[Lagos]] and King's College where he became the senior [[prefect]]. After finishin ...hing Mbanefo craved, he also wanted to serve the people, in particular the people of Onitsha. He contested and won a seat on the Onitsha Town Council where h
    2 KB (305 words) - 09:31, 10 September 2007
  • ...eation of the Midwest region and the massive support the movement received from Urhobos afforded Mariere the opportunity to serve as the region's governor. the military governor and was appointed chancellor of the University of Lagos in 1968.
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  • *[[Lagos Times]], November 10, 1880. Editor, Andrew Thomas, Publisher [[Richard Beal *[[Lagos Observer]], February 15, 1882. Edited and published by J. Bagan Benjamin, a
    8 KB (931 words) - 14:07, 5 November 2007
  • ...olarship and commitment have been recognised over the years by many awards from organisations and governments in Africa, Europe and America, not least her ...ouved, imported from China, India or manafactured in a clandestine factory from somewhere such as Onitsha in the south of Nigeria, where false drugs have b
    6 KB (988 words) - 06:02, 25 October 2009
  • ...ut Christian doctrines. In 1982, it held its own Sunday service transiting from an inter-denominational Church to become a full blown denomination. ...ce of its founder, a teacher at the College of Education, [[University of Lagos]]. At inception, the ministry's leader, W.F. Kumuyi was the prime mover in
    4 KB (637 words) - 23:03, 29 January 2008
  • ...Akure. She later married Mr Victor Esan in 1934 and they briefly lived in Lagos. A few years later she moved back to her hometown of Ibadan. [2] ...during the colonial era were limited. In 1944, she established the Ibadan People's Girls Grammar School in Molete, [3] to educate women on different subject
    2 KB (365 words) - 21:23, 22 December 2007
  • ...Yaba where he earned his diploma. He worked for the General Hospitals, at Lagos, Ibadan, Osogbo and Oyo. [[Category:Ekiti people]]
    2 KB (262 words) - 18:51, 21 December 2007
  • ...Nigeria]]n naval commodore who served as the Chief of General Staff (CGS), from 1985-1986, as the CGS, he was the de facto #2 man in the nation during the ...itted in 1972 though his rank was not raised to that of his contemporaries from the 1960 recruiting class.
    4 KB (597 words) - 20:02, 1 January 2008
  • In 1980, he became the chairman of Chase Merchant Bank, [[Lagos]]. [[Category:Nigerian academics|Nigerian people by occupation]]
    2 KB (242 words) - 13:30, 9 December 2007

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