Check Out 5 Memorable Photographic Shots In Nigeria
By top123 | self meida writer
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1.Nigeria`s Civil War: This was a three year bloody conflict in Nigeria, numbering more than one million people death. This photo was taken during the Nigeria`s civil war.
2.Nnamdi Azikiwe`s 1960 election campaign: He served as the first President of Nigeria, this photo was taken during his campaign for the 1960 election. He is considered a driving force behind the nation`s independence.
3.Picture of the first independence in Nigeria: Nigeria was granted independence in 1960. This is the photo of Sir. Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, and Queen Elizabeth II, during Independence day. What a wonderful day.
4.Nigeria leaders in those days: This is the photo of Nigeria leaders in the 1960s, taking decisions about the country.
5.Former Minister of Finance, Chief Festus Sam Okotie-Eboh: He was a Nigerian politician and Minister of Finance, during the administration of Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa. He was assassinated along with Prime Minister Tafawa Balewa in the military coup.
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