Adaka-Boro, Isaac

Born September 10, 1938

Oloibiri, Rivers State



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State of Origin: Bayelsa State
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Deborah Waritimi, Esther Boro,Felix Boro

Profession Minority Rights Activist , Soldier
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Isaac Adaka Boro holds a special place in Niger-Delta history. He worked his way into Nigerian political history by single handedly threatening the corporate existence of Nigeria when he declared the secession of the Izons in the early 60s. Although he did not succeed, Isaac Adaka-Boro Park in Port Harcourt stands in his memory.

May 9, 1968
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