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Democracy Day: Ogoni ‘ll sustain struggle till murdered Saro-Wiwa, others are exonerated

Breaking: 24 years After: How I witnessed the Killing of Ken Saro- Wiwa in Port- Harcourt Prison, Ex- Prisoner

BARELY twenty fours years after the late  General Sani Abacha led Nigerian government executed an environmental activist and Ogoni leader, Ken Saro- Wiwa and nine leaders of the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) on 10 November 1995, fresh facts are emerging on the scenario that played out in Port Harcourt  Prison.

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Remembering Ken Saro-Wiwa

TWENTY years ago on November 10, 1995, more than two years after he made this grim prediction, Ken Saro-Wiwa, renowned writer, TV producer, newspaper columnist and irrepressible minority and environment rights campaigner did indeed die. But not a natural death. He was executed along with eight others by a Nigerian state in the grip of military dictator Sani Abacha who felt he had run out of patience with the man that pummeled Nigeria for her tragic ecological record in the Niger Delta notably, Ogoni land

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