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Chief Obafemi Awolowo - Haruna Ishola & His Group* - Chief Obafemi Awolowo (Vinyl)

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  1. Oct 01,  · Awolowo and his family. Jeremiah Oyeniyi Obafemi Awolowo (full name) was born on March 6, , to Chief David Sopolu Awolowo and his wife Mary Efunyela Awolowo in Ikenne, Remo, in what is now the Ogun State of Nigeria. He received his early education at .
  2. Chief Obafami Jeremiah Oyeniyi Awolowo born in March to Chief David Sopolu Awolowo and his wife Mary Efunyela Awolowo, was a Nigerian nationalist, statesman and a political writer who influenced Nigerian politics positively. As a Yoruba and a native of Ikene in Ogun state, Nigeria, he started his career as a school teacher, stenographer .
  3. Chief Awolowo was a democrat and a convinced federalist who believed that the ethical and honorable way to achieve political power is through democratic electoral process. He resolutely dedicated his life to the service of the peoples of Nigeria in particular and of Africa in general. Chief awolowo was a genius and an effective political ciebisicomwebsmsikworldrovhanfifoca.xyzinfos:
  4. Chief Obafemi Awolowo () was the leader of Nigeria's Action Group party and the first indigenous Premier of Western Nigeria. He campaigned heavily for developmental change and implemented free primary education and child healthcare policies across the Western ciebisicomwebsmsikworldrovhanfifoca.xyzinfos:
  5. Late Chief Obafemi Awolowo, GCFR () was a Nigerian nationalist, one of the founding fathers of the Nigerian state, and a political leader. He was one of the principal participants in the movement for the independence of Nigeria from Great Britain.
  6. Haruna Ishola Adebayo, popularly known as "Baba Ngani Agba" was born in Igbaire Oko-Sopin, Ijebu-Igbo (today Ogun State), Nigeria. In Haruna Ishola developed an interest in music and collected some boys from his area and formed his own group, Haruna Ishola And His Apala Group.
  7. From inception, the Action Group led by Chief Obafemi Awolowo made the populist programmes of free education and the task of nipping out illiteracy, universal health services and poverty alleviation, the cardinal principles of his policies. Welfarism was the cornerstone of its programmes.
  8. Chief Obafemi Awolowo, leader of the banned Action Group and leader of the Yorubas of western Nigeria, was born on March 6, Son of a farmer and self made man, Chief Awolowo was educated at Anglican and Methodist schools in Ikenne, his home town, and at Baptist Boys' High School in Abeokuta, Western Nigeria. His education.

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