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1998-11-10

Ken Saro-Wiwa’s Final Testimony

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The final testimony of Ken Saro Wiwa given before the military tribunal that would eventually execute him. Reportedly, Ken’s last words before he was hanged were: "Lord, take my soul, but the struggle continues."

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  • Aluzim Emmanuel Monday Zobari Nata, Ogoni activist, recites Ken Saro-Wiwa’s closing statement before a military junta on October 31, 1995, when Ken was sentenced to death.

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