June 12 Still Reverberates across the Land, 19 Years After


It is a tribute to the validity of that day, that 19 years after, the June 12, 1993 presidential election still retains its relevance, even after the country has experienced 13 unbroken years of democratic rule.

Yesterday, politicians, especially those who have anchored their ideology on progressivism, once again, gathered at various fora across the nation to celebrate the date.

This year’s commemoration seems to have been predicated on a defined theme, which focused on either the recent national honour bestowed on the late Chief Moshood Kashimawo Abiola by the Federal Government, or demands for an even greater honour by the Federal Government.

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