The author - a staff writer at The Post Express - discusses The Express, describing it as an independent newspaper based out of Ogun, Nigeria and dedicated to promoting the prospects of democracy and justice in Nigeria and to reaching those who have not abandoned the faith that human affairs are best administered in the spirit of reason and in a climate of true democracy. This description led into a short article - Senate Honours Abiola - which described the honoring of the late Chief Abiola, presumed winner of the 6/12/1993 presidential election who died in detention.
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IBPP Commentary: As with the Ikenga, there are timeless qualities to the short text above [the article]. A man symbolizing a chance for greater peace, liberty, and justice dies before seeing the promise land. In death comes his victory. In death comes his fame and honor. But it is his life that made all this possible.
Staff Writer - The Post Express
"IBPP Research Associates: Nigeria,"
International Bulletin of Political Psychology: Vol. 7
, Article 1.
Available at: https://commons.erau.edu/ibpp/vol7/iss2/1