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Description NIGED:POLITICS:PERSONALITIES:FEB 1954 WhoÕs Who In The 1964 Election Fight United PeopleÕs Party leader Chief Samuel Akintola. The electioneering chances of the united PeopleÕs Party are difficult to gauge. Wedged uncomfortable between the NCNC and the NPC, and not much trusted by both, and being watched carefully by the Action Group that rightly regards it as the hair of the dog that has bitten it, the UPP, despairing of securing an ally that can trust and work with it, may well decided to fight the coming federal election entirely under its own steam. (Photograph by Drum Photographer ©BAHA)
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