UNN alumni honour The Guardian's news editor | The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper - Nigeria and World News

The event, which held at the Victoria Island in Lagos on Saturday, attracted scholars, media executives, professionals from all walks of life, friends and family of the man who they say has impacted the lives of many.

~ The Guardian

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