Anthony Enahoro (1923-2010) – Editorial

THE death yesterday of Chief Anthony Enahoro marks the end of an era. Enahoro was about the last of the titans that thronged the political landscape from the 1950s, fighting relentlessly for Nigeria’s independence. Subsequently he was actively involved in the principled struggle against military despotism. He was a champion of the ideals of good governance, service and common good. Continue reading “Anthony Enahoro (1923-2010) – Editorial”

‘Enahoro was more than a media image’

Even in death, Chief Anthony Enahoro has continued to attract the admiration of Nigerians who appreciated his contribution to the struggle to make Nigeria a better place to live in.  In this interview, the Dean  of Centre for Development Studies, Covenant University, Ota, Professor Kayode Soremekun, who, like  Enahoro, was an alumnus of King’s College, Lagos, recollects the life and times of the late nationalist beyond the media perception of his contribution to the making of Nigerian state.

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