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Episode III: I believe in justice
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Publish-date-icon October 30, 2010
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EPISODE DESCRIPTION

Comrade Che is best described as a local legend. Ex-trade unionist, political prisoner, environmental activist and village elder, his life story is complex and fascinating.
In this highly quotable interview, Comrade Che talks about his experiences; how imprisonment under Nigerian military dictatorship changed his understanding of politics; how oil companies work in alliance with their home governments; and about his friend and colleague, the late Ken Saro-Wiwa.
It was an honour to meet an elder aged 78, who stands so firm for what he passionately believes in - socialism.
[NB. Apologies for the background noise on this episode, due to a high velocity ceiling fan...]
For more content on the Niger Delta and oil and human rights related issues, please visit: http://remembersarowiwa.com/

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