Olusegun Obasanjo

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Rayuwa
Haihuwa Abeokuta, ga Maris, 5, 1937 (83 shekaru)
ƙasa Najeriya
Mazaunin Dodan Barracks (en) Fassara
ƙungiyar ƙabila Yarbawa
Harshen uwa Yarbanci
Yan'uwa
Karatu
Harsuna Yarbanci
Turanci
Sana'a
Sana'a ɗan siyasa, soja da injiniya
Aikin soja
Fannin soja Nigerian Army (en) Fassara
Digiri general officer (en) Fassara
Ya faɗaci Nigerian Civil War (en) Fassara
Operation Tail-Wind (en) Fassara
Congo Crisis (en) Fassara
Imani
Addini Protestan bangaskiya
Jam'iyar siyasa Peoples Democratic Party
olusegunobasanjofoundation.org
Kanal O. Obasanjo bayan kammala yakin basasar Najeriya
Olusegun Obasanjo a shekara ta 2014.
Lokacin da Obasanjo na mulkin soja
mutum mutumi na obasanjo
obasanjo Yayin fa yake aikin soja

Olusegun Obasanjo tsohon Janar din soja, ɗan siyasan Nijeriya. An haife Obasanjo a shekara ta 1937 a birnin Abeokuta, Kudancin Najeriya (a yau itace jihar Ogun.[1]

Lokacin da Obasanjo ya shiga harkokin siyasa

Olusegun Obasanjo shugaban kasar Nijeriya ne daga watan Fabrairu na shekarar 1976 zuwa Satumba shekara ta 1979 bayan mulikin Murtala Mohammed sannan ya mika wa Shehu Shagari) mulki bayan wa'adin mulkinsa na farko. Daga bisani Obasanjo ya sake zama shugaban kasar Nijeriya yayin da mulkin kasar yakoma kan turbar dimokaradiya, inda yashiga zabe a karkashin jamiyar Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) kuma yasamu nasara aka rantsar dashi a watan Mayu shekarar 1999, sannan yasake samun shugabantar kasar akaro na biyu karkashin domokaradiya bayan ya sake cin zabe a shekara ta 2003. Karshen mulkinsa yakare a shekara ta 2007 inda yamara wa Umaru Musa Yar'adua baya kuma Yar'adua ya samu nasarar shugaban tar kasar. Daga shekara 2007.[2][3]


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  1. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/africa/2007/04/2008525183636239264.html
  2. https://www.britannica.com/biography/Olusegun-Obasanjo
  3. http://www.africa.upenn.edu/Newsletters/irinw52799.html