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Download Nigeria: The Way Forward - Proceedings and Policy Recommendations of the First Obafemi Awolowo Foundation Dialogue ePub
  • ISBN 9782461830
  • ISBN13 978-9782461834
  • Language English
  • Author Omafume F. Onoge
  • Publisher African Books Collective (July 1994)
  • Pages 156
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  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Politics and Government
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NIGERIA : The Way Forward is the first major work from the Obafemi Awolowo Foundation – an institution established to immortalize the statesmanship and scholarly legacies of one of the foremost founding fathers of the Nigeria nation

NIGERIA : The Way Forward is the first major work from the Obafemi Awolowo Foundation – an institution established to immortalize the statesmanship and scholarly legacies of one of the foremost founding fathers of the Nigeria nation. The book parades some of Nigeria’s brightest and best,engage in the intensely demanding task of thinking through their country’s current confusion and articulating bold remedial initiatives.

The First Obafemi Awolowo Foundation Dialogue (1992) examined the theme ''Nigeria: The Way Forward". The theme was conceived as a retrospective, introspective and prospective appraisal of the Nigerian condition, particularly in the run-up to the 21st century. The keynote address at the Dialogue was delivered by Professor Claude Ake, 1992 Nigerian National Merit Award Winner. Other speakers included Alhaji Ahmed Joda, distinguished public servant and technocrat, Professor Sam Aluko, renowned economist, and Professor Isawa Elaigwu, University teacher and political scientist.

Chief Obafemi Jeremiah Oyeniyi Awolowo, GCFR (Yoruba: Ọbáfẹ́mi Awólọ́wọ̀; 6 March 1909 – 9 May 1987), was a Nigerian nationalist and statesman who played a key role in Nigeria's independence movement, the First and Second Republics and the Civil.

Chief Obafemi Jeremiah Oyeniyi Awolowo, GCFR (Yoruba: Ọbáfẹ́mi Awólọ́wọ̀; 6 March 1909 – 9 May 1987), was a Nigerian nationalist and statesman who played a key role in Nigeria's independence movement, the First and Second Republics and the Civil War. The son of a Yoruba farmer, he was one of the truly self-made men among his contemporaries in Nigeria.

Nigeria: the way forward by Obafemi Awolowo Foundation Dialogue (1st 1992 Nigeria), 1993 . Includes bibliographical references and index.

Includes bibliographical references and index. Proceedings from the First Obafemi Awolowo Foundation Dialogue of Dec. 1992, and a three-day conference of social scientists held Jan. 1993.

Two of our dialogues were dedicated to the youth, ‘‘Nigeria: Toward a Youth Agenda for the 21st Century’ (1996), and ‘The Awolọwọ Legacy and the Youth’, organised in collaboration with the Ọbafẹmi Awolọwọ University, Ile-Ife, as part of activities to mark the AWO centennial in 2009. It is the fervent hope of the Ọbafẹmi Awolọwọ Foundation that in so doing we can, together, make the desired impact and, thereby, contribute meaningfully to the restoration of the fortunes of the Nigerian nation and her peoples and thereby guarantee her a rightful place in the comity of nations.

Nigeria: The Way Forward. Religion and Politics in Uganda. Nigerians As Outsiders: Military Dictatorship and Nigeria's Destiny Agwuncha Arthur Nwankwo 9781564326 240pp. 1996 Fourth Dimension Publ.

Obafemi Awolowo, Nigerian statesman who was a strong and influential . Awolowo was born in Ikenne, then part of the British Colony and Protectorate of Southern Nigeria. Alternative Titles: Awo, Chief Obafemi Awolowo.

Obafemi Awolowo, Nigerian statesman who was a strong and influential advocate of independence, nationalism, and federalism. He was also known for his progressive views concerning social welfare. Obafemi Awolowo, also known as Chief Obafemi Awolowo or Awo, (born March 6, 1909, Ikenne, Colony and Protectorate of Southern Nigeria-died May 9, 1987, Ikenne, Nigeria), Nigerian statesman who was a strong and influential advocate of independence, nationalism, and federalism.

Obafemi Awolowo and the Making of Remo: The Local Politics of a Nigerian Nationalist. October 1970-July 1971. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Quarterly Journal of Administration, V: 229–241. Ogunmodede, Francis I. 1986.

Chief Obafemi Awolowo was the most constructive political thinker in his times not only in Nigeria but in the continent . He resolutely dedicated his life to the service of the peoples of Nigeria in particular and of Africa in general.

Chief Obafemi Awolowo was the most constructive political thinker in his times not only in Nigeria but in the continent of Africa as a whole. Non of his political rivals could match or beat in political organization and management. 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. Chief awolowo was a genius and an effective political leader.

Chief Obafemi Awolowo, a founding father of Nigerian nationalism, died . Chief Awolowo was opposition leader in the first post-independence Parliament and came to be regarded as leader of the Yoruba tribe.

Chief Obafemi Awolowo, a founding father of Nigerian nationalism, died Saturday in his hometown of Ikenne in Ogun state. He was 78 years old. Chief Awolowo, a lawyer, publisher and politician, served as Premier of the self-governing Western region from 1954 until Nigeria achieved full independence from Britain in 1960. The Yorubas are one of the West African nation's three major ethnic groups and live mainly in the south and west.

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