Free Obasanjo Campaign

At the Conference on Good Governance in Africa: Empowering Civil Society in the Fight against Corruption, held on 21 - 25 April 1996, TI decided to support an initiative of the African Leadership Forum for the unconditional release of Obasanjo.

Issued by Transparency International Secretariat



It is aimed at getting 500.000 letters sent to the Head of the UN Security Council in order to step up pressure on the Nigerian Military Regime to release the General. The letters should be sent personally along the following lines:

Please send a copy of your letter to:
African Leadership Forum
28 Solapost Sakumono 
P.M.B. Sakumono
Accra Ghana 
Fax: 223-27-55-80-78 or 223-21-77-31-11 
e-mail: ayodele@ncs.com.gh 
or to:
Transparency International
Otto-Suhr-Allee 97-99
D-10585 Berlin, Germany 
Tel: +49-30-343 820-0 Fax: +49-30-343 820 44 
e-mail: ti@transparency.org


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