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Nnamdi Azikiwe
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Sot mbyina̱sam Jhyuk
A̱byin mbyinNaijeriya Jhyuk
A̱lyoot da̱ a̱lyem mbyinNnamdi Azikiwe Jhyuk
A̱lyoot nang á̱ ku tyia̱ ngguNnamdi Jhyuk
A̱lyoot á̱ bu ngyeiZik Jhyuk
A̱tuk mbyin16 Zwat Swak ma̱ng Jhyiung 1904 Jhyuk
A̱keang mbyinZungeru Jhyuk
A̱tuk kwi11 Zwat Tswuon 1996 Jhyuk
A̱keang kwiNsukka Jhyuk
A̱tyunswatFlora Azikiwe, Uche Azikiwe Jhyuk
A̱lyem mbyinA̱kum-a̱cyi Jhyuk
Lilyem a̱ lyen lyiat, lyuut ku tyia̱ bwak ma̱ng a̱nhu a̱niShong, Nigerian Pidgin Jhyuk
Mali a̱yaatyia̱Onitsha, Naijeriya Jhyuk
Ta̱ma̱tyukwai-nfwuo-á̱niet Jhyuk
Cuk ji a̱ ku ba̱ng a̱niA̱kwak a̱son a̱byin Naijeriya, President of the Senate of Nigeria, Member of the Privy Council of the United Kingdom, Governor-General of Nigeria Jhyuk
A̱ ku nat fang hu ma̱Howard University, Columbia University, University of Pennsylvania, Lincoln University, Methodist Boys' High School Jhyuk
Honorific suffixPrivy Council of the United Kingdom Jhyuk
Memba sot kwai-nfwuo-á̱nietNational Council of Nigeria and the Cameroons Jhyuk
Khwi ku nwuan-ta̱cya̱Khwikristi Jhyuk
Archives atUniversity of California, Los Angeles Library Jhyuk
Za̱nang nang gu ku san a̱niOrder of the Niger, Order of the Federal Republic Jhyuk

Nnamdi Benyamin Azikiwe, GCFR, PC (16 Zwat Swak ma̱ng Jhyiung 1904 – 11 Zwat Tswuon 1996)[1][2], á̱ tsa á̱ bu ngyei nggu "Zik", ku yet kyang-hyia̱ hwa mi̱ Naijeriya a̱ tsa a̱ ngyet a̱kwak-a̱son kwai-nfwuo-á̱niet meang, nggu wa ku tsa yet a̱kwak a̱son a̱byin Naijeriya a̱ ku ba̱ng a̱byin ka kyiak neet ma̱ a̱lyia̱ 1963 ba̱ng si̱ tat a̱lyia̱ 1966.[3] Ma̱ a̱di̱di̱t ku kyiak nggu nang a̱ti̱tak-tsaai ba̱ ku fuut cat ma̱ng shyia̱ sa̱t a̱byin hu a̱ni, á̱ si̱ bu nwuan nggu nang "a̱tyia̱ Swam-a̱byin Naijeriya wu".[4][5][6]

Ya̱fang[jhyuk | jhyuk a̱tyin ka]

  1. Wahab, Bayo (2018-01-18). "Here's why OAU is believed to be the best university in Nigeria". Pulse Nigeria (in English). Retrieved 2022-10-01.
  2. "Nnamdi Azikiwe | president of Nigeria | Britannica". www.britannica.com (in English). Retrieved 2022-10-01.
  3. "Dr. Azikiwe To Be First President". The Times. London, England. 17 Sep 1963. p. 8 – via The Times Digital Archive.
  4. "Heroes of the struggle for Nigeria's independence/pioneer political". The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News (in American English). 2020-10-01. Archived from the original on 2021-05-25. Retrieved 2022-10-01.
  5. "On this day in 1904 Dr. Benjamin Nnamdi Azikiwe, was born in Zungeru, Niger State, North-Central Nigeria". Jay FM (in American English). 2017-11-16. Archived from the original on 2020-08-05. Retrieved 2022-10-01.
  6. Crowcroft, Barnaby (2020), Kumarasingham, H. (ed.), "The Radical Nationalist as Constitutional Head of State: Nigeria, 1960–66", Viceregalism: The Crown as Head of State in Political Crises in the Postwar Commonwealth, Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series (in English), Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 179–202, doi:10.1007/978-3-030-46283-3_7, ISBN 978-3-030-46283-3, S2CID 226564363

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