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Obasanjo

Olusegun . born 1937, Nigerian politician and general; head of the military government (1976--79); president from 1999
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Chief Obasanjo said his visit to the graves to lay a wreath was to express his sorrow and sympathise with the government and families of the departed souls.
State House spokesman Manoah Esipisu told the Star yesterday there was no request from Obasanjo to meet Uhuru.
The major objective of this study is to examine the Presidency of Chief Olusegun Obasanjo in the light of John Locke principle of the power of prerogative in conjunction with the provision of the 1999 Constitution on the issue of the power of prerogative.
Chapter eight, which concludes the book, provides an attempt by the author to prove that the series of reforms implemented by the Obasanjo administration launched the country on a path of sustainable growth and development, while still doing what needed to be done to consolidate reforms across all sectors of the economy.
The final chapter is an attempt by the author to provide an answer to the question of whether the series of reforms implemented by the Obasanjo Administration launched the country on a path of sustainable growth and development, while presenting what needs to be done to consolidate the reforms across all sectors of the economy.
Prof Al-Asam pointed out after the meeting, to good obserbations made by Obasanjo.
Obasanjo stressed in statements to Sudan state media (SUNA) the importance of elections in the democratic process adding that monitoring the elections depends on institutions formed by the state to ensure the integrity, transparency and credibility of the polls.
But it has backfired; not only have Nigerians seen the highest form of hypocrisy but when Obasanjo was in power, he wouldn't have tolerated such a letter from any individual.
The letter conveyed Obasanjo s decision to withdraw from participating in the politics of the party at all levels.
Citing the MoU as the beginning of a long partnership, President Obasanjo said, "I am delighted that IDB is the first major financial institution to warmly associate with us as we share a common theme of human security, a healthy and wealthy Africa".
Jonathan had reached Obasanjo at 11:52am with security aides.
Both President Ondimba and president Obasanjo agreed that sport programs and facilities should be developed for the whole population.