Mojisola Adekunle-Obasanjo

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Mojisola Adekunle-Obasanjo (amụrụ na 10 August 1944 - June 4, 2009) bụ onye isi ala nke ndị agha Naijiria 'Nigerian army' nke lara ezum ike nka. Ọ kwadoro nzukọ 'Masses Movement of Nigeria na 1998 makwa dọọ ndọrọ ndọrọ ọchichi onye isi ala na Masses Movement of Nigeria (MMN) na 2003. Ọ bụ ya bụ Nwanyi nani nọ na nhoputa maka ntuli aka 2007 presidential elections. [1]

Na 1991-1998 Ọ bụkwaara nwanyi onye Isiala Olusegun Obasanjo.[2]

Adekunle-Obasanjo nwụrụ na Tọzdai, abali anọ n'ọnwa isii n'afọ 2009 n'ụlọ nwa ya nwanyi nke di n' Ikoyi Lagos ebe ọriachara obere ọria[3]

O nwere ụmụ anọ n'ọtụtụ ụmụ-ụmụ

Nrụtụaka[mèzi | mèzi mkpụrụ]

  1. Celestine Okafor. "We’ll mobilise the masses, says Moji Obasanjo!", Vanguard media, April 3, 2004. Retrieved on April 22, 2014.
  2. James Ezema. "Women in Politics: Challenges, and the Rwandan Example", Newswatch Times. Retrieved on April 22, 2015.
  3. Godwin Mbachu. "Female Presidential Candidates: How Far can They Go?", Leadership News, March 5, 2015. Retrieved on April 22, 2015.

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