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Creation_date 2008-07-16T12:21:56
Media Id 70_135
Subcollections Drum Social Histories
Royalty Free No
Country Nigeria
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Description DRUM- SEP 1964 Ð THE DAY HOPE DIED . NIGED:POLITICS:PERSONALITIES:SEP 1964 Ð The day hope Died Ð AwolowoÕs Appeal Is Rejected- The appeal of Chief Obafemi Awolowo, which came up before a panel of judges at the federal supreme court, was conducted with scrupulous and yielding formality and ended with a gesture of magnanimity between the bench and the bar. Said the chief justice: ÒThe whole case revolves around AwolowoÉ there is ample evidence that Chief Enahoro recruited men for military trainingÉit was reasonable inference that a person who conspired to levy warÉwas also in the conspiracy to contravene the Firearms ActÉChief AwolowoÕs appeal is rejected.Ó ( Photograph by Drum Photographer ©BAHA)
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Collections Baileys African History Archive
Keywords West Africa,vertical,Drum Magazine,history,black and white image,Africa,Nigeria,cultural history,social comments,historical value,war,justice,law courts,1964,1960s,staircases,black African men,traditional dress,waving,smiling,
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