Ebiti Ndok

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Ebiti Ndok-Jegede  (onye nke amụrụ dika Ebiti Onoyom Ndok) so na ndi otu ndọrọndọrọ ọchichi obodo i Nigeria . Ọ zọrọ ọchịchị onye isi ala n'afọ 2011 n'otu pati akpọrọ United National Party for Development, ebe ọ bụ onye isi oche pati a.A

Life and career[mèzi | mèzi mkpụrụ]

A mụrụ nwa ada a na  Ibadan bụ isi obodo, Oyo State, nke di na South-Western Nigeria, Ndok-Jegede bụ onye  Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.[1] Ọ bidoro aka ọru ya dika onye nurse na University College Hospital,nke dị na Ibadan tupu ọ gaba obodo United Kingdom,ebe ọ nwetere nzere digiri na   Management, Law, and Diplomatic Studies ma gụọ ihe gbasara inyere ndi mmadu aka akpọrọ Social Welfare.[2] N'afọ 2011,ọ bụ naanị ya bụ nwanyị so wee zọọ ọkwa onye isi ala obodo Nigeria n'otu Pati  United National Party for Development, ebe ọ nwetara votu di Puku iri iteolu na asatọ na narị abụọ na iri isii na abụọ..[3][4][5]

Personal life[mèzi | mèzi mkpụrụ]

Ndok-Jegede na Di ya mụrụ ụmụ anọ.

References[mèzi | mèzi mkpụrụ]

  1. Udemezue, Onyinyechi. "Nigeria: I Was Arrested for Issuing a Post-Dated Cheque-Ndok", Daily Champion, allAfrica, 24 May 2011. Retrieved on 3 September 2016.
  2. "Ebiti Onoyom Ndok", allAfrica, 3 March 2011. Retrieved on 3 September 2016.
  3. Hamidat Kareem. "Can A Woman Ever Lead Nigerian Men?", 11 August 2016. Retrieved on 3 September 2016.
  4. Tene Natsa, Ruth. "2015: Where Are The Female Politicians?", Leadership Newspaper, 4 June 2014. Retrieved on 3 September 2016.
  5. Mungai, Christine. "The African women who tried for president - and how they fared", Mail and Guardian, 13 April 2015. Retrieved on 3 September 2016.