PHOTONEWS: Beko Ransome -Kuti Remembered In Lagos

 Nigerians today remember renowned human rights activist,  Dr. Beko Ransome Kuti. Following a laying of wreathe at his tomb, members of the Nigerian
Civil Society proceeded for an anniversary lecture in honor of the late human rights campaigner.

It is now seven years since the  activist's demise, but Beko is widely remembered for his contributions to the the pro-democracy struggle against military rule.
 Beko is the younger brother of aft-beat musician Fela Anikulapo-Kuti.

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musa i think you are ibo musa

i believe this musa name is ibo musa not hausa musa just like that one of super eagle Ahmed musa you now he is ibo by tribe.bcs no any hausa man will abuse yoruba man in nigeria.

Yoruba waste of space

Is this not the same beko who couldn't account for NGO money under his care. And see this evil opc ADAMIC man there waoooooooooo yoruba knew how to celebrate evil in the name of show casing their own.

NONSENSE

Yorubas are idiots

Yorubas are idiots

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