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THE FIRST REPUBLIC
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Title THE FIRST REPUBLIC
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Creation_date 1963-09-19T00:00:00
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Description DM2008072405:NIGED:POLITICS:PERSONALITIES:SEP 1963 The First Republic Crowds at Lagos rally. What sort of Republic do they want and what will they get? National Convention of Nigerian Citizen last September to study and draft a platform for the president of the proposed republic recommended the Indian republican system. In a later public pronouncement, Dr. Michael Okpara, the National President of the N.C.N.c., accepted the recommendation of the committee. Despite the large number of persons, political parties and organizations that would like the President of the proposed republic to have executive powers, it is now almost certain that the proposed republic of Nigeria shall not have a president with executive powers at least not right away from October. (Photograph by Drum Photographer BAHA)
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