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Adebisi Akande
Mmádu
ụdịekerenwoke Dezie
mba o sịNaijiria Dezie
Aha enyereAdebisi Dezie
ụbọchị ọmụmụ ya23 Jenụwarị 1939 Dezie
Ebe ọmụmụIla Orangun Dezie
Asụsụ obodoAsụsụ Yoruba Dezie
asụsụ ọ na-asụ, na-ede ma ọ bụ were na-ebinye akaBekee, Asụsụ Yoruba, pidgin Naịjirịa Dezie
Ọrụ ọ na-arụOnye ndọrọ ndọrọ ọchịchị Dezie
Ọkwá o jiGovernor of Osun State Dezie
onye otu ndọrọ ndọrọ ọchịchịAll Progressives Congress, Alliance for Democracy Dezie
agbụrụNdi Yoruba Dezie

 

Chief Abdulkareem Adebisi Bamidele Akande CFR (// i; amụrụ na 16 Jenụwarị 1939) bụ onye ndọrọ ndọrọ ọchịchị Naijiria, onye bụ gọvanọ nke Osun Steeti site na 1999 ruo 2003, dịka onye otu Alliance for Democracy (AD). Chief Abdulkareem Adebisi Bamidele Akande CFR // __ibo____ibo____ibo__ Ọ bụ ezie na ọ bụ I Osun State Alliance for Democracy Ọ bụ onye isi oche mbụ nke All Progressives Congress. Nzukọ Ndị Ọganihu Nile[1]

Ihe ndị mere n'oge gara aga[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

A mụrụ Chief Adebisi Akande na Ila Orangun na 16 Jenụwarị 1939 n'ihe bụzi Osun Central Senatorial district. Ila Orangun .[2] A họpụtara ya na ikpo okwu Unity Party of Nigeria (UPN). Òtù Ịdị n'Otu nke Naịjirịa[3] A kọwara Akande dị ka nwa nwanne Chief Bola Ige. Bola Ige[4]

Gọvanọ[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Osun Steeti, Naịjirịa Osun Steet Naịjiria

A họpụtara Akande dịka gọvanọ nke Osun Steeti na ntuli aka gọvanọ Osun Steet n'afọ 1999, na-agba ọsọ maka otu Alliance for Democracy (AD), nke e guzobere n'oge na-adịbeghị anya dị ka akụkụ ndọrọ ndọrọ ọchịchị nke nzukọ Yoruba Afenifere. 1999 Osun Steeti ntuli aka gọvanọ Alliance for Democracy (AD) Yoruba Afenifere[5] Ọ nọchiri Col. Theophilus Bamigboye, onye a họpụtara dị ka onye nchịkwa agha nke steeti ahụ n'ọnwa Ọgọstụ afọ 1998, onye nyefere ike na 29 Mee afọ 1999. Theophilus Bamigboye[6] Na 31 Mee 1999, Akande meghere Nzukọ nke abụọ na Osun Steeti.[7]

Na Jenụwarị 2000, gọọmentị Osun Steeti chụpụrụ ndị ọrụ 143 nke Osun State Broadcasting Corporation, na-agbaso nkwa gọvanọ ahụ kwere na mbụ iji belata ndị ọrụ steeti ahụ.[8] Akande gbasara kansụl steeti nke Obas na Chiefs na 2001, n'ihi na ọ buru oke ibu. O nwere ike ịbụ na esemokwu dị n'etiti onye isi nke kansụl eze n'oge ahụ, Ooni nke Ile-Ife na Akande, n'aka nke ya bụ akụkụ nke esemokwu dị na Akande na osote gọvanọ, Iyiola Omisore. Àgwàetiti Ife Iyiola Omisore[9]

Ọrụ ya mgbe e mesịrị[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

In June 2005, Akande attended an International Conference on Sustainable Democracy in Nigeria held at the Imperial College, London.[10] In October 2005, Akande visited the US to meet with AD supporters in the Nigerian diaspora.[11]

N'ikwu okwu na Julaị 2006, Akande wakporo Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, nke o kwuru na ọ naghị eme ihe n'eleghị mmadụ anya n'ihu. Kọmitii Na-ahụ Maka Mpụ Akụ na Akụ na Ụgwọ Ọ gbachitere AD, nke o kwuru na ọ dị ike karịa ka ọ dị na 1999. Ọ kpọrọ oku maka ụdị gọọmentị etiti.[12]

N'ikwu okwu na Febụwarị 2009, Akande kwuru na naanị ihe ngwọta maka ijide ndị mmadụ na mpaghara Niger Delta bụ inye ndị ntorobịa ohere ọrụ, na itinye ha na mkpebi. Delta Niger Ọ dọrọ aka ná ntị megide ngwọta agha, na-ekwu n'oge gara aga, ndị agha ezuola akụ nke mba ahụ ma mee ka ndị mmadụ daa ogbenye. N'ikwu okwu maka ọchịchị onye kwuo uche ya, o kwuru na mgbe ndị gọvanọ AD nabatara arịrịọ Onye isi ala Olusegun Obasanjo iji zere ntuli aka ndị kansụl mpaghara, ha dara n'ọnyà. Olusegun Obasanjo Obasanjo nwere ike ịhọrọ ndị nnọchiteanya nyeere ya aka imeri na ntuli aka 2003.[13]

N'ọnwa Ọktoba afọ 2009, Kọmishọna Mmụta nke Osun State, Alhaji Jelili Adesiyan, boro ụmụ akwụkwọ Osun State ebubo na ha anaghị arụ ọrụ nke ọma na ule na nchịkwa nke Akande, onye o kwuru na ọ leghaara ụlọ akwụkwọ ahụ anya.[14]

N'ọnwa Septemba afọ 2006, otu Akande jikọtara ya na ndị ọzọ na-emegide ya iji guzobe Action Congress Party, nke mechara gbanwee aha ha ka ọ bụrụ Action Congress of Nigeria. Action Congress Party Action Congress nke Naịjirịa

N'ọnwa Febụwarị afọ 2013, pati ahụ kwupụtara atụmatụ ijikọ ya na Congress for Progressive Change (CPC), All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP), na otu akụkụ nke All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) iji guzobe All Progressive Congress (APC). Congress for Progressive Change All Nigeria Peoples Party All Progressives Grand Alliance All Progressive Congress[15]

Hụkwa[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Tunde Nke ahụ

Ihe odide[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

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  3. EMMANUEL OLADESU (2009-01-23). No politics on Akande's day. The Nation. Retrieved on 2009-11-07.
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  11. Chairman Bísí Àkàndé meets AD-USA. Alliance for Democracy, USA Chapter (August 22, 2005). Archived from the original on 2011-07-24. Retrieved on 2009-11-06.
  12. RAZAQ BAMIDELE (July 18, 2006). 2007 presidency: There'll be big fight in the North, if...– Akande. Online Nigeria. Archived from the original on July 21, 2011. Retrieved on 2009-11-07.
  13. Julius Alabi (February 6, 2009). Akande urges action against kidnapping. Guardian. Archived from the original on 2009-11-07. Retrieved on 2009-11-07.
  14. Gbenga Olarinoye (Oct 27, 2009). Commissioner blames poor WAEC, NECO results on Akande. Vanguard. Retrieved on 2009-11-06.
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