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Sir Ahmadu Bello
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Description DRUM FEB 1954 Ð WHOÕS WHO IN THE 1964 ELECTION FIGHT. NIGED:POLITICS:PERSONALITIES:FEB 1954 Ð WhoÕs Who In The 1964 Election Fight Ð Northern PeopleÕs Congress leader Alhaji Sir Ahmadu Bello. His party faces the election as the most powerful and most masterful political group in Nigeria. The emergence of the NPC as the most masterful and powerful political party in the federation has been greatly helped by its opponent parties. The NCNC has been working the federal government in coalition with the NPC during the past few years and has been determined to do nothing that could be interpreted by its partner as an unfriendly act. It has progressively been submerging its image under, and selling many important ideological passes to, the NPC. (Photograph by Drum Photographer ©BAHA)
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Title Sir Ahmadu Bello
Keywords Drum Magazine, black and white image, Africa, Nigeria, historical, square, politicians, black African man, July 1961, 1961, West Africa, traditional attire, Sir Ahmadu Bello, premier,
Credit Line Drum Social Histories / Baileys African History Archive / Africa Media Online
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