MKO Abiola's Son, Abdul Abiola Alleges International Conspiracy Behind Father's Death

Date: 16-06-2024 6:23 am (1 month ago) | Author: Mister Jay Wonder
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Abdul Abiola, son of the late Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola, Nigeria's acclaimed winner of the 1993 presidential election, has revealed startling claims of international and local conspiracies behind his father's death.

In an exclusive interview on Seun Okinbaloye's podcast, Abdul Abiola implicated undisclosed international and local forces in the demise of his father, suggesting they favored the late Sani Abacha assuming Nigeria's presidency.

Abdul attributed his father's death to the progressive policies Abiola intended to introduce in Nigeria and across Africa had he assumed office.

"A team of people worked against Abiola because he had plans to revolutionize Nigeria's oil industry by declaring daily barrels of oil," Abdul explained during the podcast.

He further elaborated on Abiola's visit to the United States, famously entering the country without a passport, where he engaged with then-President Bill Clinton. Abdul insinuated skepticism from international quarters regarding Abiola's agenda to bring democracy to Africa, contrasting it with perceived global hypocrisy on democratic principles.

The 1993 presidential election, which Abiola won, was controversially annulled by former military Head of State, Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida (IBB), sparking widespread unrest and political turmoil in Nigeria.

Abdul's disclosures shed new light on the complexities surrounding the circumstances leading to his father's death and the turbulent political landscape of Nigeria during that era.

MKO Abiola's legacy remains a pivotal chapter in Nigeria's history, symbolizing a struggle for democratic ideals and the pursuit of justice in governance.

Efforts to reach out to international and local entities allegedly involved in the events surrounding MKO Abiola's death have not yielded responses as of press time.

The revelations by Abdul Abiola underscore the enduring quest for accountability and transparency in Nigeria's political history, prompting renewed calls for truth and reconciliation regarding past injustices.


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