EDET, Louis Orok

Born 1914
in

Calabar, Cross River State, Southern Nigeria Protectorate

EDET

Louis

Orok
Chief Louis Orok Edet (1914–1979) was the Inspector General of the Nigeria Police Force from 1964–1966. He was the first indigenous Nigerian to occupy the position. He was briefly the chairman of the Nigerian Football Association in the early 1960s.[1] He was born in Calabar to the family of Edet Essien and Geraldine Orok.[2] After the end of the Nigerian civil war, he devoted his time to helping war refugees and later became a commissioner for social services. He established a charity organization to continue his effort. The Nigeria Police Force headquarters in Abuja is named after Louis Edet as "Louis Edet House"
Gender: Male
Name of Spouse
State of Origin: cross river state
Father's Name Edet Essien
Mother's Name Geraldine Orok.
Profession Police Officer , Administrator
Working Experience Inspector General of the Nigeria Police Force from 1964–1966 , chairman of the Nigerian Football Association , commissioner for social services.
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The Nigeria Police Force headquarters in Abuja is named after Louis Edet as “Louis Edet House”.

Inspector General of the Nigeria Police Force from 1964–1966. He was the first indigenous Nigerian to occupy the position

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Edet

1979
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