- administration of General IbrahimBabangida. Raji Alagbe Rasaki was born on January 7, 1947 in Ibadan), He attended Nigerian Military School, Zaria for... - Administrator of Niger State in Nigeria from December 1987 to January 1992 during the military regime of General IbrahimBabangida. He was accused of planning... - suppression. General IbrahimBabangida once said that of all the Nigerian newspapers he would only read and take seriously the Nigerian Tribune's editorial... - governor of Anambra State, Nigeria from December 1987 to August 1990 during the military regime of General IbrahimBabangida. On 27 June 1988 Akonobi reconstituted... - 1939) was appointed Nigerian Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture in 1989, then Minister of Aviation in General IbrahimBabangida's cabinet. In 1999 he... - development of the Nigerian nation. The Foundation was launched by the President of Nigeria at that time, General IbrahimBabangida, at the Liberty Stadium... - results were dubiously annulled by the preceding military president IbrahimBabangida because of alleged evidence that they were corrupt and unfair. His... - the wheel of Nigeria's ride to social, economic and political self-actualization was epitomised by Military President IbrahimBabangida's annulment of... - a leading Nigerian politician, aristocrat, nationalist, statesman and lawyer. He was elected Deputy Premier of the Western Region of Nigeria in 1963 and... - by General IbrahimBabangida. He returned to Nigeria in the 1983, and in the 1990s he formed a non-denominational religious group, Nigeria Prays. Still...
List of quotations by Ibrahim Babangida
If you ask me to summarise our mission, I would put it this way: We were a military regime that sought to lay the foundations for freedom and liberty in a complex society
At the same, we need to remain sensitive to the reality that we are still an African society in which the majority of the people and communities live under severe deprivations and afflictions that are no fault of theirs
There are no doubts that, the situation in the country today, indicates that there is much more work to do in the process of reforming the political economy and improving the quality of life of our people and communities
With each new book, the march of our national history takes a step forward. When one is present at a book launch, one is bearing witness to the birth of a new body of ideas, to the coming into being of another testimony of history
To meet the expectations of the majority of our people, and to open up new vistas of economic opportunity so that the aspirations of Nigerians can stand a fair chance of being fulfilled in a lifetime, there must be a truly committed leadership in a democratic Nigeria