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Kojo Nnamdi Tells Why He Still Feels Guilt Decades After Hanafi Siege

Forty-five years after a radio reporter was gunned down inside D.C.’s Wilson Building, one of his colleague’s still feels the pain and harbors some guilt. Kojo Nnamdi and Maurice Williams were both working at WHUR when in 1977 a group of Hanafi Muslims stormed the building, killing Williams and wounding three others, including then-Council Member Marion Barry.
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Kojo Nnamdi takes a step back

The final episode of “The Kojo Nnamdi Show” aired in April, but Kojo Nnamdi will still host “The Politics Hour” on WAMU on Fridays. During what he calls his “semi-retirement,” the longtime D.C. resident plans to write a memoir and travel. Photo by Tyrone Turner/WAMU. He may be semi-retired, but...
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