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Sentences forRepublic of Benin (1967)

  • As Nigerian forces retook the Mid-West, the Biafran military administrator declared the Republic of Benin on 19 September, though it ceased to exist the next day.Nigerian Civil War-Wikipedia
  • While under Biafran occupation, the state was declared the "Republic of Benin".Mid-Western Region, Nigeria-Wikipedia
  • It was also the inspiration for the flag of the short-lived Republic of Benin (consisting of the Biafran-occupied Mid-Western region).Flag of Biafra-Wikipedia
  • Mid-Western and the states of former Eastern Region made a bid to secede from Nigeria as the states of Biafra and Republic of Benin, resulting in the Nigerian Civil War.Federalism in Nigeria-Wikipedia
  • In an attempt to ease tension, Ojukwu proclaimed the Republic of Benin (1967) under governor Albert Okonkwo on September 19.Midwest Invasion of 1967-Wikipedia
  • * Major (Dr.) Albert Okonkwo, Military Administrator of the Mid-Western State of Nigeria in mid-1967 during an attempt to establish the region as the independent Republic of Benin early in the Nigerian Civil WarList of Igbo people-Wikipedia
  • The flag of the short-lived Republic of Benin in Nigeria consists of the colours black, and green, with black taking up two-thirds of the flag.Flag of the Republic of Benin (Nigeria)-Wikipedia
  • Major (Dr.) Albert Nwazu Okonkwo was briefly the Military Administrator of the Mid-Western State of Nigeria in mid-1967 during an attempt to establish the region as the independent Republic of Benin early in the Nigerian Civil War.Albert Okonkwo-Wikipedia

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