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Ndubuisi Kanu, rare breed in consistency— Tinubu

SESSPN mourns Ndubuisi Kanu, Azike, Onwudiwe, Idoko

…Hails Obiozor’s emergence as Ohanaeze leader By Victor Ajihromanus The South East South South Professionals of Nigeria (SESSPN), has lamented the demise of Rear Admiral Ndubuisi Kanu, retd, Prof Nick Idoko,  Barristers Ziggy Azike, SAN, and Oscar Onwudiwe. It said they illustrated “their common commitment to our corporate nationalism and sub regional drive for efficiencies
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First City Monument Bank, FCMB

Ndubuisi Kanu’s rainy salute

By Emeka Obasi As a student I stood close to the podium that carried first governor of  Imo State, Lt. Commander Godwin Ndubuisi Kanu during May 27 ,1976 Children’s Day celebrations at the Owerri Township Stadium. The heavens opened up. Kanu’s aides quickly rushed to his Aide de Camp(ADC), Sub. Lt Anthony Oguguo with an
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Ndubuisi Kanu, rare breed in consistency— Tinubu

Farewell, Admiral Kanu

By Yinka Odumakin WE can’t be lamenting our erosion of standards and not talk about one of the standard-bearers who just crossed to the land of the ancestors. Admiral Ndubuisi Kanu took the last flight last week, sending shockwaves to the ranks of admirers and friends. I called Mr. Fred Agbeyegbe shortly after I heard
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Ndubuisi Kanu, rare breed in consistency— Tinubu

Buhari, Ohanaeze, Sanwo-Olu, Ikokwu, Amaechi, Afenifere, others mourn as Ndubuisi Kanu dies at 77

By Clifford Ndujihe, Dapo Akinrefon, Olasunkanmi Akoni, Johnbosco Agbakwuru & Olayinka Ajayi THERE were torrents of tears especially in the pro-democracy community as Nigeria and the Igbo Nation lost two prominent sons – Rear Admiral Ndubuisi Kanu, retd; and Senator Onyeabo Obi. Ndubuisi Kanu, former military administrator of Imo and Lagos states, former chairman of
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Ondo Herdsmen Crisis: Olowo justifies vacation order

Ndubuisi Kanu’s death painful – Afenifere

The pan-Yoruba socio-political organisation, Afenifere, on Wednesday described the death of retired Rear Adm. Ndubuisi Kanu as a huge loss to Nigeria. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Kanu, a former Military Governor of Imo (1975) and  Lagos State  (1976), died on Wednesday in a hospital at the age of 77. In an
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