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Azikiwe

[ ah-zee-kee-wey ]
/ ˌɑ ziˈki weɪ /
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noun
Nnam·di [nahm-dee], /ˈnɑm di/, "Zik", 1904–1996, Nigerian statesman: president 1963–66.
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British Dictionary definitions for Azikiwe

Azikiwe
/ (ˌɑːziːˈkiːweɪ) /

noun
Nnamdi (ə nˈnæmdɪ) 1904–96, Nigerian statesman; first president of Nigeria (1963–66)
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