The military government of General Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida
inadvertently made June 12 historic for Nigerians; it symbolizes oppression, injustice and tyranny against the masses.
A Stylistic Analysis of Selected Speeches of President Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida
GENERAL IBRAHIM BADAMOSI Babangida
, who ruled Nigeria between 1985 and 1993, is many things to many people.
FORMER Military President, Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida
has thrown his support and blessings to the People's Democratic Party (PDP) Governorship candidate Kaduna State, Alhaji Isa Mohammed Ashiru.
From Minna in Niger State, is another presidential contender, the Maradonna of Nigerian politics and the country's former military president for eight years, Gen Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida
. Speaking mainly through ventriloquists, the man known as IBB has slowly built a nationwide campaign structure made up of his erstwhile military friends.
A Magistrates' Court sitting in Minna, Niger State capital has ordered the remand in prison of three students, Jibrin Attahiru and Idris Usman, both of whom are of the Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida
University (IBBU), Lapai and one other student, Shehu Abdullahi from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria for causing the death of their fellow student who they suspected of stealing an HTC smart phone.
The former military president, General Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida
(photo right, known for short as IBB, who holds the ruling People's Democratic Party membership No.
It will be recalled that his June 12, 1993 victory at the presidential polls was annulled by the then military government headed by General Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida
One ex-military head of state whose real or imagined influence could provide some interesting twists in this year's race is General Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida
. IBB, as he is popularly known, provided substantial financial backing for Obasanjo's successful presidential bid in 1999.
The release reads in parts 'for sometimes in the past, some Northern Muslim leaders had been nursing their political ambition of transforming Nigeria into an Islamic state Their first daring indication was when the former President, Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida
unilaterally took Nigeria to the organization of Islamic countries in 1986.
It was this and many other factors that informed the decision of the then military president, General Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida
in 1988 to establish Decree no 45 of 1988 as amended by Decree no 35 of 1992, later codified as FRSC Act (CAP 141) Laws of the Federation 1990 and FRSC Act CAP F19, LFN, 2004; FRSC (Establishment) Act, 2007.
We went on to found Ayedire Local Government and I was a supervisory councillor for works briefly before the entire local government structure was dissolved by the then military government of General Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida
. I have been a professional lawyer since 1984 and I have a deep knowledge of grass-roots politics of Osun State, its culture, tradition, society, history.