2 edition of S.L. Akintola, his politics and his nation found in the catalog.
S.L. Akintola, his politics and his nation
S. A. Tinubu
|Statement||by S.A. Tinubu.|
|LC Classifications||DT515.77.A55 T56 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 148 p. :|
|Number of Pages||148|
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He published many works including a biography that highlighted his father's love of his country and lifelong commitment to its progress (Akintola: The Man and the Legend). His youngest child, Tokunbo Akintola, was the first black boy at Eton College and features prominently in the best selling book by the Nigerian author Dilibe Onyeama, Nigger Occupation: Lawyer.
Osuntokun, who disclosed that his appearance in the case marked the first time he will be in any court, pledged to be a witness of truth. He stated that his motives for writing Chief Akintola’s. Samuel Ladoke Akintola, administrator and politician, premier of the Western Region of Nigeria and an early victim of the January military coup.
Like many other African nationalists Akintola was a teacher in the s and early s and a member of the Baptist Teachers’ Union and the Nigerian. The essays deal with various aspects of his life, but provide just a bare description of his education, military career and personal life, and even his politics is described in vague terms as being Marxist, Africanist, humanist and internationalist.
What the book is primarily about is his legacy on his country and Africa in general.5/5(1). Akintola, Samuel Ladoke. a biography by Victor Ladipo Akintola (Book) S.L. Akintola, his politics and his nation: the reminiscences of an associate by S. A Tinubu (Book) S.L. Akintola, his politics and his nation: the reminiscence of one of his associates by S.
A Tinubu. “Chief S.L. Akintola was the supreme leader. Chief Obafemi Awolowo left (the Premiership of the Western Region) of his own volition without advice to contest the federal election. In the federal election he contested but he had no : THEWILL.
We had a brilliant man called S.L. Akintola who understood real politics. Awolowo believed that book knowledge was so important but he (Akintola) knew better. interest of the Yoruba nation. Chief S. Ladoke Akintola: His Life and Times by Akinjide Osuntokun (Author) › Visit Amazon's Akinjide Osuntokun Page.
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Share. Tweet. Bode Thomas who was the Deputy National Leader of the party met his ugly fate and Chief Akintola succeeded him after election was. Bola Ige, in his book, People, Politics and Politicians of Nigeria ( – ) published input it to the decision by Mr. Akintola to act independently of the Action Group by building.