Friday, June 5, 2015

Photos From Kudirat Abiola’s 19 Years Remembrance Yesterday

Every year, activists gather to remember late Kudirat Abiola who was assassinated on the 4th of June, 1996, years after her late husband, MKO Abiola won the presidential election that was later annulled. She was also remembered yesterday for the role she played during the incarceration of her husband by then military ruler, General Sani Abacha. See more photos from the remembrance held for her yesterday, 4th of June, which marked exactly 19 years of her assassination after the cut. 



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  1. @Joe odumakin long time Ma.



    Sleep on @Kudirat




    @Galore

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  2. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said..
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    May her soul RIP....
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  3. This Joe Odumakin woman should not be allowed to be taking part in events like this.
    It makes mockery of the struggle. it demeans the struggle.

    I still remember the parts played and the various statements made by people like Ojukwu and Chukumerije in order to scuttle the chances of MKO getting his mandate from Abacha.

    All these shameless people supported Abacha and fought against MKO but now are at the forefront of the ceremonies to celebrate June 12 and MKO.

    It is pathetic and leaves a sour taste in my mouth seeing this Joe Odumakin type of people here.

    After MKO won the election, they fought MKO and saw nothing wrong in MKO being prevented from becoming president just like they bought Buhari but only today seems to be actively seeking out the same Buhari.

    -olu@atlanta-

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    1. @Lucadebree the noise maker...welcome....




      @Galore

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  4. It’s 19 years already. Wow. Time flies…

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  5. You fought and won the battle. Even in death you still won them

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  6. She was a heroine during her life. RIP

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  7. Rest in peace ma

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  8. Very thoughtful of the activist

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  9. Very thoughtful of the activist

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  10. She was a woman of honour

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