ADESANYA, Sen Abraham

Born August 24, 1924

ADESANYA, Senator

Abraham

Gender: Male
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State of Origin: Ogun
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Profession Legal practitioner , Politician
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Previous Appointments:

Western State House of Assembly; Senator, National Assembly, 1979-83; Chairman, Committee of Afenifere; deputy Chairman, National Democratic Coalition, 1997-99; team of lawyers that defended Chief Obafemi Awolowo at the election tribunal in 1979; survived assassination attempt in 1996.

St. John’s Anglican School, Oke-Agbo, 1933-35; Ojowo United Primary School, Ijebu-Igbo, 1936-38; Methodist School, Osogbo, 1939; Ijebu-Igbo Grammar School, 1942-44; olborn College of Law, London, 1958-60; called to the English Bar, 1961
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Defunct Unity Party of Nigeria; Alliance for Democracy

Chief Obafemi Awolowo

Diminutive in size, mighty in action, an Awoist to the core, Adesanya learnt his trade well from his mentor (ChiefAwolowo), and he has been the guiding light for Yoruba pro-democracy activists, aptly dubbed Apamaku (the one who re fused to die) by Chief Bola Ige. His bullet riddled Mercedes Benz is a confirmation of his dogged, ‘never say die’ attitude to enthrone democracy in Nigeria, especially during the evil Abacha regime.

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