. English: He rapidly rose through the ranks and was promoted to an Assistant Superintendent of Police in 1949, one of the only four Africans to attain that rank at a period when nationalistic fervour was at its peak and the Colonial Government viewed each Nigerian with suspicion. He attended several courses in the United Kingdom including Police College Ryton –on-Dunsome in 1956, and proceeded to Police College Kincardine Scotland in 1960. 21 September 2014, 07:22:23. Wole Soyinka 455 Olufunwa Inspecting A Parade

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. English: He rapidly rose through the ranks and was promoted to an Assistant Superintendent of Police in 1949, one of the only four Africans to attain that rank at a period when nationalistic fervour was at its peak and the Colonial Government viewed each Nigerian with suspicion. He attended several courses in the United Kingdom including Police College Ryton –on-Dunsome in 1956, and proceeded to Police College Kincardine Scotland in 1960. 21 September 2014, 07:22:23. Wole Soyinka 455 Olufunwa Inspecting A Parade
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