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by LaRay Denzer

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ISBN:
9780480056
Author:
LaRay Denzer
Language:
English
Publisher:
Sam Bookman Publishers (2001)
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329 pages
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Laray Denzer, Folayegbe M. Akintunde-Ighodalo: a public life. Laray Denzer, Folayegbe M. Ibadan: Sam Bookman Publishers, 2001, 329 p. ISBN 978 048 012 9 (hard covers), ISBN 978 048 005 6 (paperback). York University, Toronto.

Folayegbe Akintunde-Ighodalo (17 December 1923 – 14 February 2005) was a Nigerian civil servant and activist. LaRay Denzer (2001). Folayegbe M. Sam Bookman Publishers.

Folayegbe Akintunde-Ighodalo (17 December 1923 – 14 February 2005) was a Nigerian civil servant and activist Life. Felicity Akintunde was born in Okeigbo in Ondo State in 1923. Her extended family believed in traditional Yoruba religion while her parents were Christian. php?title Folayegbe mp;oldid 758735076".

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Vision and policy in Nigerian economics : the legacy of Pius Okigbo. She was the first Nigerian woman to become a Permanent Secretary in Nigeria.

Folayegbe Akintunde-Ighodalo. 17 December 1923-14 February 2005) was a Nigerian civil servant and activist. 17 December 1923-14 February 2005) was a Nigerian civil servant and activist Life. She was initially educated in Nigeria where her ambition was to go to university and take a degree. She obtained teaching qualifications in 1943 and she taught until 1948.

BIOGRAPHY LaRay Denzer is a visiting scholar in the program of African Studies at Northwestern University. She is the author of Folayegbe M.

Folayegbe M. 2001, Sam Bookman Publishers.

"Mrs. Akintunde-Ighodalo was representative of the new administrative elite that emerged at the end of colonialism, poised to Nigerianise government service and build a new, dynamic nation. As Nigeria's first female permanent secretary and leader, she contributed to the changing opportunity structure for women in the country and the evolution of the discourse of women's empowerment. this study of her life history is based on her voluminous personbal papers, a treasure trove of material for women's history in Nigeria.