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Mar 15

REMEMBERING ODUMEGWU OJUKWU …AND OTHERS

Remembering General Ojukwu Conversation with my stream of consciousness Cameron Duodu 2012-03-15, Issue 576 http://pambazuka.org/en/category/features/80785 © Wikipedia‘We’ve agreed to so many things before – but it’s always in the implementation that we get bogged down.’ When I heard that General Odumegwu Ojukwu, who led Biafra into secession from Nigeria in 1967, had been buried on 2 …

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Oct 28

BEFORE 419 WAS INVENTED: WHEN DOING BUSINESS IN NIGERIA WAS GOOD BUSINESS

TIME MAGAZINE Friday, Sep. 17, 1965 Africa: The Nigerian Millionaires Along with pride in status and problems of self-government, independence for the 31 nations of black Africa means the emergence of black businessmen. A few flourish on cottage industries, that early stage of every economy; some are the opportunistic agents of the colonial companies that …

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