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Dapo Olorunyomi Discusses the Nigerian Elections.

Nigerian journalist Dapo Olorunyomi... He is the editor of five of the country's leading opposition publications. His work uncovering corruption in the Nigerian Government helped him win the World Press Review 1995 Editor-of-the-Year Award. Olorunyomi is now in exile in the United States. It's the third anniversary of the democratic elections annulled by the military.


Other segments from the episode on June 12, 1996

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, June 12, 1996: Interview with Dapo Olorunyomi; Interview with Alejandro Escovedo.


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