It all happened on the 17th of January, 1996 when General Sani Abacha's first son, Ibrahim Abacha who was just 28 years and his friends were going to Kano from lagos for a party and family engagement in the Nigerian Air Force presidential Falcon jet in the company of 13 of his friends when just minutes to the landing at the Aminu Kano International Airport, the jet crashed and exploded mysteriously. In the plane with him was Bello Dangote; the younger brother to Aliko Dangote, his Yoruba girlfriend; funmi.
Nigeria i a very large country with an estimated population of about 180 to 200million people, most of it populate are youth. Nigeria is the most populous black nation on earth and because of this, Nigeria is been refer to as the giant of Africa. In the past, a lot of tragic incidents has occured which left may Nigerians with a broken heart. Listed below are some sad moments in the history of Nigeria which we Nigerians will never forget 1. in February 10, 1995 FIFA cancelled Nigeria’s hosting right of 1995
The Abacha's family have been famously known since General Sani Abacha became Nigeria's head of state in November 1993 after a successful coup which overthrown Chief Ernest Shonekan who was elected by Babangida after the annulment of June 12 presidential election. The news of Abacha death on 8th June 1998 was a huge blow to Nigerians and the world at large. Despite the popularity of the Abacha's family, thousands of Nigerians still don't know much about Abacha's Eldest Son death. Ibrahim Abacha died in an Air
Do you remember Abacha? I'm sure everyone does except the present indomie generations. Well, even kids of this present generation would have heard about the stories of Abacha. Sani Abacha was a Nigerian millitary general who served as head of state from 1993 to 1998 when he died. He had also served as Chief of Army Staff and Minister of Defence. Although, his regime was known to have been a tough one. Sani Abacha and his wife, Maryam Abacha were blessed with 10 children. Seven were boys and three were girls.
Throwback: How Abacha’s Eldest Son, Ibrahim died with Dangote’s Brother, Bello in a Presidential Jet
Sani Abacha was a Nigerian military leader who served as head of state. He was a Kanuri originally from Borno State. Sani Abacha was born and brought up in Kano state, which he made his home. Abacha received his formal military training at Nigerian and British military training colleges. He was the first and only military head of state who never skipped a rank to become a full-star general. In this article, I'll be talking about the Late son of Sani Abacha, Ibrahim Abacha who did in a presidential jet with Dangote's
Late Ibrahim Abacha is the eldest son of Nigeria military head of state General Sanni Abacha,he was a Business Man and Lawyer.
22 years after Abacha death, see how his eldest surviving son look like now. 22 hears ago but feel like it was last year, how time fly. Prior to General Sani Abacha death, is family was the most respected and feared family in Nigeria. Most elites always wants to be close or attached to anyone of them. Fast forward to today, many people do not really care about them again. That is how life is. When you are in power, you will have people all over you, but when you are out of power, people tend to draw away from
General Sank Abacha was one of the militaries who ruled Nigeria, he was the head of state of Nigeria and was also the Chief of Army Staff in the year 1985-1990.During the years when General Sani Abacha was in service, between 1963-1998 he got married and had his 10 adoring children, that are now doing great at what they are doing, although one of his sons Ibrahim Abacha, was lost in a plane crash.
•September 26, 1992: Nigerian Air Force plane crashed at Ejigbo killing all officers on board. • February 10 1995 — FIFA cancelled Nigeria's hosting right of 1995 world Cup Championship. •November 10, 1995 — Nigeria was suspended from 54 - National Common Wealth body, summit in New Zealand after the hanging of Ken Saro Wiwa. •January 17, 1996 — Presidential jet carrying Ibrahim Abacha and 13 other crashed in Kano, killing all members on board. •June 4 1996 — Kudirat, M.K.O. Abiola's
Check Out All Abacha's 10 Children From His Only Wife Maryam Sources: Opinion Most popular for the funds he looted, sani Abacha was also a man who enjoyed having lot of children as is evident in the fact that he fathered over 10 children from his wife Maryam Abacha. I have been able to gather their photos so below are their names. Let us see some photos: 1. Mahmoud Sani Abacha 2. Fatima Gumsu Abacha 3. Mustapha Abacha 4. Abdullahi Abacha 5. Rakiya Abacha 6. Abba Abacha 7. Ibrahim Abacha 8. Sadiq Abacha
Born on the 4th of March 1947 in the Kaduna State of Nigeria.Maryam Abacha is the darling wife of Nigeria's Ex-military President Sani Abacha who ruled from 1993 until 1998.
Being the first son of a man ranked by Transparency International as the 4th most corrupt leader in recent global history, Ibrahim Abacha also became spectacularly wealthy. He was into series of business deals. A lawyer and businessman, Ibrahim Abacha was described by his loved ones as very nice, extremely humble, easygoing and gentle. He was 28. Upon his tragic death, Maryam Abacha was shattered and had to leave for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia where she stayed temporarily, prayed, meditated and sought for
Nigeria has been home to a number of kingdoms and tribal states over the millennia. She is often referred to as the “Giant of Africa”, owing to its large population and economy. Listed below are some sad moments in the history of Nigeria; September 26, 1992- Nigerian Air Force plane crashed at Ejigbo killing all officers on board. February 10, 1995 – FIFA cancelled Nigeria’s hosting right of 1995 World Youth Championship. November 10, 1995 – Nigeria was suspended from 54 – Nation Common Wealth