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June 12 1993: Annulment
Imprint: Farafina

June 12 1993: Annulment

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Synopsis

June 12 1993: Annulment is the second novel in the series. It describes the events surrounding the annulment of the June 12 1993 elections, of which MKO Abiola emerged victor. What influenced General Babangida’s decision to annul elections adjudged free and fair by local and international observers? What was the reason behind the interim national government put in place by General Babangida, despite popular protests? In June 12 1993: Annulment, Oshoko delves into the past to present answers to these and other questions.

June 12 1993: Annulment is a remarkable graphic novel that chronicles a tumultuous period in Nigeria’s recent history.

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About the author(s)

Abraham Oshoko

Abraham Oshoko is a writer, illustrator and graphic designer. He believes that there are untapped creative resources in the ancient and contemporary history of Africa, and he hopes to showcase as many of these as possible in graphic novel formats for a global audience. Abraham Oshoko is a non-partisan author who writes from the public gallery on the socio-political situation of his country, Nigeria. He lives in Lagos with his wife and daughter. The June 12 graphic novels are his first set of published works.

About the author(s)

Abraham Oshoko

Abraham Oshoko is a writer, illustrator and graphic designer. He believes that there are untapped creative resources in the ancient and contemporary history of Africa, and he hopes to showcase as many of these as possible in graphic novel formats for a global audience. Abraham Oshoko is a non-partisan author who writes from the public gallery on the socio-political situation of his country, Nigeria. He lives in Lagos with his wife and daughter. The June 12 graphic novels are his first set of published works.