I visited the Waziri Junaidu History & Culture Bureau Sokoto.

It’s located in sokoto state Nigeria.

History is not a burden on the memory but an illumination of the soul.

-unknown

I won’t be sharing all the pictures from the display as I was asked not to take pictures of certain items or display them on social media.

I would share just a few that I am allowed to.

A shocking story and picture at the Museum was that of General Murtala Mohammad assassinated by Lieutenant Colonel Buka Saka Dimka on 3/February/1976 (sorry photos on this story weren’t allowed to be photographed but you can get them from Google )

Dimka smiled as he was handcuffed and being lead by two officers . I later learnt he smiled from his arrest until the day he was executed on 15/May/1976!

I still wonder what he was smiling about and what brought about this disturbing reaction .

I have forgotten the back story behind this vehicle displayed.. forgive me but it had to do with someone getting shot or something like that 🙈

The staffs are friendly and knowledgeable.

Well ventilated and clean .

I recommend you visit when you can!

Visiting this place today , made me feel a bit hopeful towards the condition of my dear country .

We have been through a lot but still standing.

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