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Obafemi Awolowo said : “give me political power and all other powers will follow” External link

ngrguardiannews Sunday, March 21, 2021 7:53:00 AM EAT

Obafemi Awolowo said : “I am sure that all the honourable members will agree with me that the core of our wealth in the region is cocoa. It is the very life blood of our economy….It has been realised by all of us for some time now that an economy which depends mainly, as ours does, on a simple export crop, is a precarious economy. The government is fully alive to these dangers and steps being actively to remove them” External link

tribuneonlineng Wednesday, November 11, 2020 9:16:00 AM EAT

Obafemi Awolowo wrote : “Dear Sir, I received your letter of February 28, 1986, and sincerely thank you for doing me the honour of inviting me to contribute to the National Political Debate. The purpose of the debate is to clarify our thoughts in our search for a new social order. It is, therefore, meet and proper that all those who have something to contribute should do so. I do fervently and will continue fervently to pray that I may be proved wrong. For something within me tells me, loud and clear, that we have embarked on a fruitless search. At the end of the day, when we imagine that the new order is here, we would be terribly disappointed. In other words, at the threshold of our New Social Order, we would see for ourselves that, as long as Nigerians remain what they are, nothing clean, principled, ethical, and idealistic can work with them. And Nigerians will remain what they are, unless the evils which now dominate their hearts, at all levels and in all sectors of our political, business and governmental activities are exorcised. But I venture to assert that they will not be exorcised, and indeed they will be firmly entrenched, unless God Himself imbues a vast majority of us with a revolutionary change of attitude to life and politics or, unless the dialectic processes which have been at work for some twenty years now, perforce, make us perceive the abominable filth that abounds in our society, to the end that an inexorable abhorrence of it will be quickened in our hearts and impel us to make drastic changes for the better. There is, of course, an alternative option open to us. To succumb to permanent social instability and chaos. On the premises, I beg to decline your invitation. I am yours truly, Obafemi Awolowo” External link

tribuneonlineng Wednesday, December 11, 2019 6:05:00 AM EAT



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
great philosopher1.79%EN12/10/201610/12/2016
philosopher1.79%EN12/10/201610/12/2016
politician1.79%EN10/23/201623/10/2016
premier0.89%EN09/13/201613/09/2016
barrister0.89%EN08/31/201631/08/2016
chief82.14%EN12/01/201301/12/2013
late chief9.82%EN09/27/201327/09/2013
great chief0.89%EN12/15/201015/12/2010
Names Lang Count
Obafemi AwolowoEN79.47%
Obafemi AwolowoFR4.26%
Obafemi AwolowoSW4.05%
Obafemi AwolowoEU4.05%
Obafemi AwolowoES4.05%
Obafemi AwolowoDE4.05%
Obafemi AwolowoSA0.07%


 
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Obafemi Awolowo

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Obafemi Awolowo said : “give me political power and all other powers will follow” External link

ngrguardiannews Sunday, March 21, 2021 7:53:00 AM EAT

Obafemi Awolowo said : “I am sure that all the honourable members will agree with me that the core of our wealth in the region is cocoa. It is the very life blood of our economy….It has been realised by all of us for some time now that an economy which depends mainly, as ours does, on a simple export crop, is a precarious economy. The government is fully alive to these dangers and steps being actively to remove them” External link

tribuneonlineng Wednesday, November 11, 2020 9:16:00 AM EAT

Obafemi Awolowo wrote : “Dear Sir, I received your letter of February 28, 1986, and sincerely thank you for doing me the honour of inviting me to contribute to the National Political Debate. The purpose of the debate is to clarify our thoughts in our search for a new social order. It is, therefore, meet and proper that all those who have something to contribute should do so. I do fervently and will continue fervently to pray that I may be proved wrong. For something within me tells me, loud and clear, that we have embarked on a fruitless search. At the end of the day, when we imagine that the new order is here, we would be terribly disappointed. In other words, at the threshold of our New Social Order, we would see for ourselves that, as long as Nigerians remain what they are, nothing clean, principled, ethical, and idealistic can work with them. And Nigerians will remain what they are, unless the evils which now dominate their hearts, at all levels and in all sectors of our political, business and governmental activities are exorcised. But I venture to assert that they will not be exorcised, and indeed they will be firmly entrenched, unless God Himself imbues a vast majority of us with a revolutionary change of attitude to life and politics or, unless the dialectic processes which have been at work for some twenty years now, perforce, make us perceive the abominable filth that abounds in our society, to the end that an inexorable abhorrence of it will be quickened in our hearts and impel us to make drastic changes for the better. There is, of course, an alternative option open to us. To succumb to permanent social instability and chaos. On the premises, I beg to decline your invitation. I am yours truly, Obafemi Awolowo” External link

tribuneonlineng Wednesday, December 11, 2019 6:05:00 AM EAT



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
great philosopher1.79%EN12/10/201610/12/2016
philosopher1.79%EN12/10/201610/12/2016
politician1.79%EN10/23/201623/10/2016
premier0.89%EN09/13/201613/09/2016
barrister0.89%EN08/31/201631/08/2016
chief82.14%EN12/01/201301/12/2013
late chief9.82%EN09/27/201327/09/2013
great chief0.89%EN12/15/201015/12/2010
Names Lang Count
Obafemi AwolowoEN79.47%
Obafemi AwolowoFR4.26%
Obafemi AwolowoSW4.05%
Obafemi AwolowoEU4.05%
Obafemi AwolowoES4.05%
Obafemi AwolowoDE4.05%
Obafemi AwolowoSA0.07%


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