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Country Nigeria
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Description NIGED:POLITICS:PERSONALITIES:FEB 1954 Ð WhoÕs Who In The 1964 Election Fight ÐNCNC Leader Dr Michael Okpara. His party gives the impression of being bemused Òand a shadow of its former glory,Ó says the West African Pilot. The National Convention of Nigerian Citizens gives the impression of being smug, disorganized and bemused. The Action Group gives the appearance of being puzzled, atrophied and uncertain. The United PeopleÕs Party presents the image of ideological impotence and opportunism. The picture that small parties like the Dynamic Party, the Northern Elements Progressive Union and the United Middle-Belt Congress present is that of bewilderment, irresolution and drift. (Photograph by Drum Photographer ©BAHA)
Subcollections Drum Social Histories
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