One of the sons of late Nigerian politician and businessman, Moshood Kashimawo Olawale (MKO) Abiola, has revealed that he is the only one living in his father's house. During his interview with TVC News on his father's post-humorous birthday, Abdulmumin Abiola explained why he is the only one presently residing in his father's house.
After the arrest of the Yoruba Nation Agitator, Sunday Adeyemo (Alias Sunday Igboho) by the security in the Benin Republic, popular Islamic Cleric, Sheikh Habibullahi Adam El-Ilory (Alias Mudir Markaz) said he knew the result of the Yoruba Nation Agitation will be negative.
Jamiu Abiola, a son of the late Chief Moshood Abiola (MKO) and Mrs Kudirat Abiola, has revealed that his mother was reading the Qur'an when she got shot. During his recent interview with Tobi Aworinde, Jamiu made some revelations regarding the experiences of his late parents.The names of Chief Moshood Abiola and his wife, Kudirat Abiola are strongly associated with the celebration of Democracy in Nigeria.
Moshood Kashimawo Abiola was one of the richest Nigerian businessmen in Nigeria and Africa. He was an active philanthropist who used his money to help many people, if you ask the likes of Dele Momodu and Dino Melaye, they will tell you a lot of the good things they earned from the late business tycoon.
In human lives, some experiences or encounters will ever remain memorable due to the huge impacts they played in one's existence. The ovation Boss, Sir Dele Momodu, had this kind of feeling when he narrated a memorable incident he had with late Moshood Abiola during.
How the General elections crisis of 1993 made General Sani Abacha become Nigeria's Military Head-of-state
It is a well-known fact that the constitution of the Third Republic was made in 1989 through Babangida's effort to restore democratic rule in Nigeria. General Ibrahim Babangida endorsed political activities in the mid-year of 1989 and he created two political parties named: National Republic Convention (NRC) and Social Democratic Party (SDP).
There are some things that happen in human lives that would never be forgotten by them. This is probably because of the effect of the occurrence in their lives. Well, this was exactly the feeling of the ovation Boss, Sir Dele Momodu, when he narrated his fleeting encounter with late Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola (MKO).
Lamido was brought into the world on 30 August 1948 in Bamaina, Birnin Kudu Nearby Government Space of Jigawa State Nigeria. Lamido entered legislative issues as an individual from the left-of-focus Individuals' Reclamation Gathering (PRP) in the Nigerian Second Republic. He became Public Secretary of the Social Progressive faction during the Nigerian Third Republic, where he got analysis for his treatment of June 12, 1993, official races won by Moshood Abiola, who was kept from taking office.
Nigerians are remembering June 12 today though with several protests for good governance including stable security. But there is one particular thing that the self acclaimed winner of the June 12, 1993 did that Bola Tinubu can copy. Moshood Abiola did something that no presidential candidate cannot do in this current political system in the country.
June 12 is a big day for Nigeria. It is a public holiday that was set aside by the Federal government of Nigeria in memory of Late politician and Businessman, Moshood Abiola. We all know the story, so I think I do not have to go into anything history or politics right now.
Moshood Kashimawo Abiola, although late, is an interesting character of discussion. The reason for this is because of his all round involvement in almost every area of the national development of Nigeria and other African countries. He was not just a business tycoon who made a name in Nigeria, he was a recognised figure in Africa and the whole world.
Former military head of state, Ibrahim Babamosi Babangida (IBB), recently gave the reason for his annulment of the June 12, 1993 presidential election. General consensus holds that what has been dubbed "Nigeria's freest and fairest election", was won by Moshood Abiola.
Popular Nollywood actress, Dayo Amusa celebrates birthday with cute photos on Instagram as she looks amazing in all black attires thanking God for her amazing life. Yoruba actress, Dayo Amusa was born on 20th, July 1983. The beautiful lady is a Nigerian actress, singer, scriptwriter and a producer who has starred in lots of movies in the Nollywood industry.
OPINION: 2 things IBB failed to reveal as he gave the reason why he annulled June 12th 1993 election
Former Nigerian head of state General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida has revealed the reason why he annulled the June 12th, 1993 election. He made this revelation during an interview on Arise TV on Friday 6th August 2021. According to the report by The Cable, the Niger State-born former military ruler who was Nigeria's head of state from 1985 to 1993 narrated that he annulled the election to avoid a Coup that would have occurred.
Federal Government of Nigeria has renovated one of the long time abandoned Olympic stadiums in the country, Moshood Abiola National Stadium, Abuja as they set to resume football and other sports activities. Following the outbreak of Coronavirus pandemic in the past year, every social gathering, including church services were suspended as a strategic measure to reduce the quick spread of the contagous dangerous disease.
Check Out The Posthumous Title President Buhari Conferred On Moshood Abiola & His 1993 Running Mate.
Nigeria celebrated her Democracy day on 12 June which happened to be a Saturday, the celebration was another year to remember the day that our dear country transited from a military government to a democratic government. In the spirit of the Democracy day celebration, President Muhammadu Buhari conferred a posthumous title on Moshood Abiola and his running mate in the June 12, 1993 election.
Chief Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola, also known as M. K. O. Abiola GCFR was a Nigerian businessman, publisher, and politician. He was the Aare Ona Kankafo XIV of Yorubaland and an aristocrat of the Egba clan. At what age did Abiola die? That is, Moshood Abiola / Age at death
One of the wives of Chief Moshood Kashimawo Abiola (MKO), has narrated an incident she experienced with her husband on their way to the "Olubadan Palace" in Oyo State. Chief Moshood Abiola fondly called MKO by his loyalists was a considered to be one of the most generous people Nigeria ever had.
Around the year 1993, Nigeria's election involved two parties, which are the Social Democratic Party (SDP) and the National Republican Convention (NRC). At that time, Moshood Kashimawo Abiola, also known as M.K.O, ran for the Social Democratic Party (SDP).
Chief Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola, popularly known as Mko Abiola was born on August 1937 and he died on July 7, 1998. While he was alive, he held the title of the 14th Aare Ona Kakanfo of Yorubaland. Today makes it 28years after Moshood Abiola's "Hope 93" campaign was discontinued by General Ibrahim Babangida due to the cancellation of the June 12, 1993 election.