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Nigeria: Remembering Ken Saro-Wiwa

Chidi Opara remembers Ken Saro-Wiwa, the Nigerian writer, environmental and minority rights activist who was executed on 10th November, 1995 by the then military rulers of Nigeria

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  • baritore

    Ken Saro Siwa, lives on almost 14 years after he was brutally executed by the then military govt. ‘A messenger killed after the message has been delivered’ wishing we could turn back the hand of the clock. Now the truth lies wit us. He his Liberating soul rest in perfect peace! Long live MOSOP

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