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Saturday, 21st October, 2017
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61st Annual Conference Of The Historical Society Of Nigeria
 

L-R: Dr. Mrs Victoria K, Abubakar Abdullah, Dr Ugbogu, Prof. Ben Naanen, Prof Abi Derefaka, Noah Echa Attah, Gajore Yakubu Tula, Dr Ehinmore Omolere discussing as panelists during the 61st annual conf

Professor S.O Aghalino interacting with panelists during the 61st annual conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria held in Port Harcourt.

The chairman of the local organising committee: Dr Mfon Ekpootu reading out the financial report of the Historical Society of Nigeria during the 61st annual conference held in Port Harcourt.

Cross section of participants during the opening ceremony of the 61st annual conference of Historical Society of Nigeria held in Port Harcourt.

Dance drama performed by Uniport students during the 61st annual conference of the Histrorical Society of Nigeria held in Port Harcourt.

Dr Mfon Ekpootu flanked by Ibifubara Abbiyesuku, Uniport student that showcased calabari culture during the 61st annual conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria.

Dr Mrs Patricia Ogbonnaya looking at historical artifacts displayed during the 61st annual conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria held in Port Harcourt.

Emeritus Professor E.J Alagoa granting CEOAFRICA's reporter interview at the 61st annual conference of the Historical Society Of Nigeria.

Historical artifacts on display during the 61st annual conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria held in Port harcourt.

L-R: Professor CBN Ogbogbo, Dr Winifred Akoda and Dr Sandy Onor at the 61st annual conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria held in Port Harcourt.

L-R: Professor CBN Ogbogbo,Professor O.M Tasie, Emeritus Professor E.J Alagoa and Professor Kingdom Orji standing during opening prayer of the 61st annual conference of the Historical Society of Niger

L-R: Professor O.M Tasie, Professor Tijani and Emeritus Professor E.J Alagoa at the 61st annual conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria held in Port Harcourt.

L-R: Professor Yakubu Ocheifu flanked by Dr Mfon Ekpootu during the 61st annual conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria held in Port Harcourt.

Participants registering at the registration stand of the Historical Society of Nigeria's 61st annual conference held in Port Harcourt.

President of the Historical Society of Nigeria: Professor CBN Ogbogbo giving his address during the 61st annual conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria held in Port Harcourt.

President of the Historical Society of Nigeria: Professor CBN Ogbogbo granting CEOAFRICA's reporter interview at the 61st annual conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria held in Port Harcourt.

President of the Historical Society of Nigeria: Professor CBN Ogbogbo reading out his address during the 61st annual conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria held in Port Harcourt.

The banner of the 61st annual conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria held in Port Harcourt.

The cake of the 61st annual conference of Historical Society of Nigeria.

The chairman of the 61st annual conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria: Professor Godwin O.M Tasie reading out his opening address during the conference.

The identity cards with neckmesh given to members who registered online during the 61st annual conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria.

The master of ceremony: Dr Ovunda Ihunwo during the 61st annual conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria.

The Royal Father of the day during the 61st annual conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria: King Dandeson Douglas Jaja, JP flanked by Professor CBN Ogbogbo during the conference held in Port H

The Royal Father of the day during the 61st annual conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria: King Dandeson Douglas Jaja, JP reading out his speech during the conference held in Port Harcourt.

Vivian Anthony: Uniport Law student giving speech on the 61st annual conference of the Historical Society Of Nigeria's theme "Nigeria counts: issues of National Rebirth".
 
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