Jim Beeson Wiwa (1904 – April 1, 2005) was a chief of the Ogoni people of southern Nigeria, and the chairman of the Council of Chiefs of Bane. He was born in Bane. He was the father of executed playwright and environmentalist Ken Saro-Wiwa and of doctor and human-rights activist Owens Wiwa, and the grandfather of journalist Ken Wiwa.
- Jim Wiwa, Nigerian Chief and Father of Dissident, Is Dead, at the New York Times, by Margalit Fox; published April 9, 2005; retrieved May 10, 2014
- Nigeria's elections in the south, at BBC.co.uk, by Joseph Winter; published April 15, 2003; retrieved May 10, 2014
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