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Babangida, Ibrahim Badamosi

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Personal name headingBabangida, Ibrahim Badamosi
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Variant(s)Babangida, Ibrahim Badamasi, 1941-
IBB, 1941-
See alsoNigeria. President (1985-1993 : Babangida)
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Associated countryNigeria
Birth date1941-08-17
Place of birthMinna (Nigeria)
AffiliationArmed Forces Ruling Council (Nigeria)
Profession or occupationGenerals Presidents Ex-presidents
Special noteSeveral political hndbks. give his name as Ibrahim Babangida; Statesman's yrbk., 1990-91 spells his middle name: Badamisi; no agreed upon spelling found
Found inHis New goals and a new direction, 1985? t.p. (President Babangida) introd. (Major-General Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida; became pres. of Nigeria 8-27-85; Ibrahim Babangida)
Foundations of a new Nigeria, 1989 or 1990: p. 2 (General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida referred to in the subtitle of this book simply as IBB)
Nigeria. Pres. (1985- : Babangida) Address to the nation by General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida on the occasion of the promulgation of the new constitution on Wednesday, 3rd May, 1989, 1989.
Katsina State--home of hospitality receives President Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, 1991: p. 3 (General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida ... President, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Federal Republic of Nigeria) p. 4 (b. August 17, 1941 at Minna, Niger State ... became the President and Commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces ... on August 27, 1985 following a coup d'etat that ousted General Muhammadu Buhari's regime)
Wikipedia WWW site, Oct. 20, 2006 (General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, popularly known as IBB; b. Aug. 17, 1941, Minna, Niger State; president of the Armed Forces Ruling Council of Nigeria, Aug. 27, 1985-Aug. 26, 1993)
Kadan daga cikin nasarorin da Janar Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida ya samu daga shekarar 1985-1993, 2006.