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My Watch Volume 1 book. Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. During his watch, a watchman has no sleep and no respite.- Oluseg. Kindle App Ad. Look inside this book. My Watch Volume 1: Early Life and Military by [Obasanjo, Olusegun] Book 1 of 3 in My Watch (3 Book Series). Read "My Watch Volume 1 Early Life and Military" by Olusegun Obasanjo Olusegun Obasanjo Following in the steps of his previous m About this book.

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Book My Watch By Olusegun Obasanjo

What Obasanjo Said About Atiku In His Book, MY WATCH. - Politics - Nairaland. Nairaland Forum Olusegun Obasanjo MY WATCH Volume 2. (Olusegun Obasanjo – MY WATCH, Volume 2, Pages 32) words, whatever Obasanjo must have said about Atiku in his book, should be. In recap of his military days Olusegun Obasanjo said ''During his watch, a watchman has no sleep and respite.' The book is highly inspiring and captivating, right.

In the elections , the first in sixteen years, Obasanjo decided to run for the presidency as the candidate of the People's Democratic Party PDP. Obasanjo won with This was later changed to June 12 in honour of Chief M. O Abiola by the Muhammadu Buhari Administration in [20]. During Democracy Day, Nigerians host celebratory dinners and festivals around the country, having fun with family, friends and plenty of food.

That I did very effectively. He felt uncomfortable and I tried to make him feel at ease. I listened with rapt attention. He controlled the National Assembly because both the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives were in his pocket.

My Watch – A Memoir by Olusegun Obasanjo (3 Vols)

He controlled twenty-eight out of thirty-six governors. He had control of the media. His influence over the judiciary was overwhelming. And finally, the money for the elections was in his purse.

I was not convinced he had put God in his plans. The first was the party, PDP. When I received it, I could read the sinister intention behind it.


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It is a memoir of a lifetime spent in service to country, of a man who has been destined with the watch, with the vigilance, with the responsibility to his people to speak up and speak out. My Watch spans large expanses of time, from the pre-colonial Owu history, to early Abeokuta and the last throes of an independent city state at turn-of-the-century colonial Nigeria, to the early life of its author, his civil war experience, his stewardship of the transitional government of , the interregnum, his second appearance on the national scene as a civilian president on Nigeria's return to democracy in , the completion of the first civilian-civilian transfer of government in Nigeria's history that inaugurated the Yar'Adua presidency and signalled the end of Obasanjo's tenure in office, and the years hence.

Presented in three volumes, this exquisitely narrated memoir, in turns intensely personal and broadly nationalistic and international, completes a trilogy of autobiographies—My Command, Not My Will, and My Watch—told by this sojourner of Nigerian and world history.


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