Following in her mother's footsteps

Bernstein, Dennis; Kean, Lesley
August 1996
Progressive;Aug96, Vol. 60 Issue 8, p18
Reports on the assassination of Nigerian pro-democracy activist Kudriat Abiola. Abiola's opposition to the Nigerian junta; Comments of Hafsat Abiola, daughter of Kudriat Abiola; Reason for Abiola's assassination.


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