Coalition For A Better Nigeria Hails OfO UBULU IHEJIOFO, Goodluck Obi

It looks so challenging but it is an heculian task that must be performed by me personally amidst the tight schedule while preparing to go out soon for the 2nd phase of solidarity in honour of fallen Hero, Comrade Innocent Chukwuma of Cleen Foundation, at his end in Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos, by 11am.

According to a press release signed by the National Coordinator, Coalition for A Better Nigeria, Comrade AWA Bamiji, he said that Lagos State and Civil Societies, did the same thing last week Thursday, for the Late Comrade, Yinka Odumakin, the Spokesman of Afenifere.

Both of them are your close friends too. As a megaphone for the Organiser, time hardly permits me to divert my attention at this moment, exactly 5:00am, when the mobilisation has gotten to the peak but I repeat, we must give honour to whom honour is due.

It’s a time to say many Happy Returns to a key foundation member of this Group and now a Royal father in Imo State, His Royal Highness, Eze Dr Ambassador Comrade Goodluck Obi,
OFO UBULU IHEJIOFO of Dim UBULU IHEJIOFO Ancient Kingdom, Oru West L.G.A., Imo State.

He was a former Student Unionist, University of Ibadan; former Chairman, Campaign for Democracy, Southwest Zone; a United Nations Youth Ambassador; Immediate past National Secretary, Campaign for Democracy; First Publicity Secretary and foundation member of The National Conscience Party (NCP) formed in 1994 with the Late Chief Gani Fawehinmi, SAN; Former Chairman, Gani Fawehinmi Solidarity Association ( GFSA), Lagos State Chapter, who has travelled to so many Countries all over the World more than any other Youth Activist in Nigeria.

His professional qualifications are FOSHA.FNIIS.FIMC.CMC.FICJ.

A detribalised Nigerian, raised in the East, schooled in the West and served in the North.

In 2009, during the inauguration of this Group by in FESTAC by Who’s is Who in the Nigerian Political and Civil Society Circles, you remained unwavering before, during and after the event till today.

You are among those credible individuals in Nigeria today who always give me courage to always confront the Oppressors with my lion heart and come out in flying colour to the admiration of the voiceless. You made me, AWA, a household name in Nigeria and diaspora.

When you people are surprising about my chain of successes in the struggles through precarious adverture, I always thank God and record it for you people collectively because nobody is an Island.

You all made me who I am today AWA or We in English. The name, that no single man can arrogate to himself.

Therefore, on behalf of the millions of Human Rights’ Activists in Nigeria and diaspora today, to mention but a few of them, Barrister Femi Falana, SAN, Barrister Festus Keyamo, SAN, Barrister Wahab Shittu, Barrister Femi Aborisade, Barrister Muhammed Fawehinmi, Comrade Kudirat Abiola Costello, Comrade Olawale Okunniyi, Comrade Femi Obayori, Comrade Jubril Ogundimu, Iba Gani Adams, Aare Ona Kakanfo of Yorubaland, Comrade Moshood Erubami, Dr Balogun P.A, Dr Joe Okei – Odumakin, Dayo COSEG, Comrade Segun Mayegun, Comrade Rasaq Olokooba, Solomon Somade, Ayo Adewale, Comrade Valentine Buraimoh, Debo Adeniran, Segun Aka – Bashorun, Dr Cole Omojola, Dapo Ola – Oni, Omoyele Sowore, Della Alfred Ilenre (USA), NADECO (USA), Dayo Olorunnisola (Canada), Wale Balogun, Alhaji Toyin, Raheem, Bright Ezeocha of Igbo Youth Council, Alhaji Yerima Shettima of Arewa Youth Consultative Forum, I say Happy Birthday to my good friend, our Royal Ambassador and global Pride of the Civil Societies, as the World celebrates you today.

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