ABARIBE, Sen. Enyinnaya Harcourt

Born Tuesday, March 1, 1955

Ohuru, Obingwa LGA, Abia State.





B.Sc, M.Sc

(born March 1, 1955) is a Nigerian politician who was elected to the Abia-South Senatorial District of Abia State in the Senate of Nigeria in April 2007.[1] He holds the title Nwadiohanma Ngwa.
Gender: Male
Marital Status
  • Married
Name of Spouse Flora Abaribe (nee Morris)
State of Origin: Abia State, Nigeria
Father's Name
Father's Status N/A
Mother's Name
Mother's Status N/A
Number of Male Children 2
Number of Female Children 1

Chinonyerem Alali,
Obinna Ikechukwu,
Ikenna Enyinnaya Nwabueze

Profession Economist , Lecturer , Politician , Administrator
Working Experience Chairman Senate Committee on Media and Publicity
Previous Appointments:

Lecturer ll, Edo State University, Ekpoma, Edo State, 1982-85;
Area Manager/ AGM, SCOA Nigeria Plc, 1985-91;
Senior Investment Manager, NICON Plc, 1991-92;
Managing Director, Integrated Mortgage Company, 1993-95;
Elected Member, House of Representatives, on the platform of United Nigeria Congress Party (UNCP), 1997;
Deputy Governor, Abia State, 1999-2003;
Chairman, National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration; 2003-07;
Elected Senator, Federal Republic of Nigeria, representing Abia South District, since 2007;
Vice-Chairman, Senate Committee on Inter-Parliamentary Affairs;
member of the Committees on the Independent National Electoral Commission, Senate Services, and Works;
Evangelist, Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Maryland, Lagos.

Township School, Aba, Abia State; Adventist High School, Ihie, Abia State; Ihie High School, lsiala-Ngwa, Abia State; Government College, Umuahia, Abia State, 1974; University of Benin, 1975; University of Benin, 1982

United Nigerian Congress Party (UNCP), 1997-2003
All Nigerian Peoples Party (ANPP), 2003-2007
Peoples Democratic Party (PDP),2007 till date

Nwadiohanma Ngwa;
Alaska of Lagos

Reading, Football

In October 2007, Senator Abaribe alongside six other southeastern senators protested at the Federal High Court in Lagos to demand the release of Ralph Uwazuruike, leader of the banned secessionist organization Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB), who was on trial for treason.

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