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Part Two. Opinions and observations about the events in Nigeria - Preamble. Page 113.

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1. The Constitution Review Panel of 1987. Page 114
2. The Rt. Hon. Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe’s attention - the first Civilian President of Nigeria [deceased]. Page 116
3. Poet Laureate, Wole Shoyinka, Nobel Price winner. Mr. Cyprain Ekwensi. By hand
4. Chinua Achebe, Prof. Ameritus; Dr. Alex Ekwueme, Vice President, 1980 – 83. ditto.
5. The Governor, Anambra State, 1987. Page 119
6. The Police Commissioner, Anambra State, 1987. Page 120
7. The Rt. Hon. Dr. Akanu Ibiam, one time Governor of Eastern Nigeria - now deceased 1906 - 1995. Page 124
8. The UNO Secretary General, New York. Page 125
9. MAMSER Directorate, Abuja. Page 126
10. The new Military Anambra Administrator 1991. Page 127
11. The Executive Governor Anambra State 1991/93. Page 128
12. Mr. C. Akpamgbo, SAN, Minister of Justice, 1992. Page 133
13. The National Constitution Commission of 1994. Page 134
14. The Chairman National Constitutional Conference, 1994 and his Deputy; Justice Nasir, retired. Page 139
15 Mike Attah, Administrator, Anambra State, 1994. Page 146
16. Minister of Information, Youths and Culture. Page 147
17. The D.G. National Orientation Agency. Page 156
18. Gen. Olusegun Obasanjo, Rtd. Head of State of Nigeria, 21st September, 1990. Page 157
19. The computer people 1990. Page 158
20. The British Council, Commonwealth Office, London. Page 158
21. Chief Moshood Abiola, Sept. 1992. Page 160
22. The Canadian Foreign Affairs Ministry, Ottawa, Ontario. Page 162
23. Barr. Gani Fawenhinmi, Dr. Tai Solarin and Dr. Beko Ransome-Kuti, 1993 . Page 163
24. His Lordship, Bishop A.O. Okogie, Catholic Arch. Bishop of Lagos. Page 165
25. The Foreign Secretary, U.K. Page 170
26. Mr. P. Bafyau, President Nigeria Labour Congress (N.L.C). Page 172
27. The Most Rev. J.A. Adetiloye, Anglican Archbishop of Nigeria. Page 173
28. Dr. Festus Osu, Roman Catholics. Bishop of Markurdi, Nigeria. Page 173
29. The British Ambassador, Lagos. Page 174
The Secretary for O.A.U., Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Page 175

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