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Description . DRUM FEB 1963 Ð MAJEKODUNMI Ð THE MAN WHO SAVED THE WEST. NIGED:POLITICS:PERSONALITIES:FEB 1963 Ð Majekodunmi Ð The Man Who Saved The West Ð A Man in a hurry Ð Dr Majekodunmi was to do a lot in the West, quickly. ÒBut not by me alone. It was a very successful adventure in co-operation,Ó he said. In May 1962 a crisis flared in the Western Region. Then in stepped Dr Moses Majekodunmi, doctor and scientist. His job as administrator was to replace chaos with order. His chief weapons were a cool brain and courage. Since 1941, he has been a very well-known man. That he was appointed a senator some few years ago by the government of the federation did not in itself take the scientist from science to politics. It was subsequently announced that Dr Majekodunmi the senator, would also be Dr Majekodunmi, the federal minister of health. ( Photograph by Drum Photographer ©BAHA)
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