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“I’m sad” – Atiku mourns veteran journalist, Peter Enahoro

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Former Vice President of Nigeria and Presidential Candidate of the People’s Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, has expressed his condolences following the death of renowned journalist Peter Enahoro.

Enahoro, who was popularly known as Peter Pan, passed away in London at the age of 88.

Atiku Abubakar took to his Twitter account to mourn the loss of the veteran journalist, stating that Enahoro was a journalist among journalists.

He described the late Enahoro as a patriot who had a keen understanding of the issues affecting Nigeria, and whose interventions were aimed at bridging ethnic and religious divides.

Atiku Abubakar noted that Enahoro’s works were still relevant today, especially his interventions in the early days of Nigeria’s independence.

The former Vice President expressed his sadness that Enahoro did not live to see Nigeria become a united country beyond its diversity.

Atiku Abubakar extended his condolences to the family of the late journalist, the media community in which Enahoro was a giant with many protégés, and to the entire country, which he said had lost one more patriot.

Enahoro was a renowned journalist, author, and nationalist who played a significant role in Nigeria’s history.

He was the editor of the influential Daily Times of Nigeria and was known for his satirical writing, which aimed to bring about social change.

Enahoro’s first published work, How To Be A Nigerian, remains relevant to this day, and his legacy will continue to inspire generations of Nigerian journalists and writers.


This article was updated 4 weeks ago


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