Heroes and villains of June 12
Chief Abraham Adesanya was among some of the few Nigerian pro-democracy campaigners who did not flee the country in spite of the personal danger to their lives.
Ijebu-Igbo: Twenty-four years after, Orimolusi stool remains vacant
Ijebu-Igbo is one of the major towns in Ogun State. It is bordered by Oyo, Osun and Ondo States. The town was one of the three earliest settlements in the state in 15th century.It is the home town of late eminent politician and Afenifere Chieftain, Chief Abraham Adesanya and Senator Buruji Kasamu.
Abraham Adesanya: This was your life
This Is Your Life was for years a BBC television biographical series featuring notable personality from any walk of life. Such a star must be someone who had made an impactful mark on the society either through direct activity, interventions or whose contribution was a lesson in public good. So was it that a 17-year-old…
Echoes of restructuring at Abraham Adesanya’s memorial lecture
The need for Nigeria to be restructured to true federalism as urgent as possible if the country does not want to risk imminent collapse soon, was the subject of discussion at the 10-year anniversary...
‘Nigeria may be ungovernable for whoever wins 2019 election’
Prof. Adebayo Williams, a scholar, journalist and novelist is also the Chairman, Publicity Committee, Abraham Aderibigbe Adesanya Memorial Committee.