Alumni History

Eni Njoku (b. 6 November 1917), first vice-chancellor of the University of Lagos

John Ogbu (9 May 1939 – 20 August 2003), Nigerian-American anthropologist and professor

Kingsley O. Mbadiwe (1915-1990), nationalist, politician, statesman and former government minister.

Dennis Osadebay (29 June 1911 — 26 December 1994), politician, poet, journalist and premier of the Mid-Western Region of Nigeria. 

Akanu Ibiam (1906–1995), medical missionary, Governor of Eastern Region, Nigeria (December 1960 – January 1966).

Anya Oko Anya (b. 3 January 1937), professor of Parasitology

Eyo Ita (b. 1904), leader of the Eastern Government of Nigeria in 1951

Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe (16 November 1904 – 11 May 1996), Nigeria’s first president

Eze Cyril Akagbulem Unamka OBE, MBE (1887-March 1983). First Paramount Ruler of Mbaise County and Life President of Mbaise County Court.

Vice Admiral Edet Akinwale Wey, Chief of Naval Staff and later Chief of Staff Supreme Headquarters.

Mr. Onuegbu Precious Tobechukwu, poet, writer, artiste, lyricist, philosopher, pan-African Human right activist.

Chief Ime Albert Akpan Politician, Poet, Writer, Philanthropist, Entrepreneur.

Editoro Dennis

Dr. Essien U. Etok, Engineering Consultant (1961 – 1967)

Dr. J.N Okekpe, the first Ngwa medical doctor

Rt. Hon Orok Otu Duke,Writer,Dramatist,Politician,Sportsman and Traditionalist (1973-1979)

Chief Nsisong Gabriel Mbong, Mathematician/Statistician, Administrator, Squash Game Enthusiast (1993-1999)

Peter Banbeshie Ikwen(jnr) (1993-1999) Sociologist

Prof Steve Nwankwo N Nnatu, (b 23 September 1937), professor of obstetrics and gynaecology, University of Lagos, Nigeria.

Chief Dr. Ime Ekop Ebong (b 1932), economist (Deutsche Bundesbank, African Development Bank), former CEO of ICON Merchant Bank and Century Merchant Bank, Consultant

Captain Edom Tamunotonye Tawo Jr, Professional Pilot (1993-1996)

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