NSAN, Dr. (Chief) Emmanuel Nyong

MB, BS, M.Sc, physician, politician, born July 14, 1947, Calabar, Cross River State; married Gladys Aruk Ekpiken 1973, four sons, two daughters; Education: Calabar Public School, Calabar, 1954-61, St Patrick's College, Calabar, 1962-67, University of Ibadan, 1968-74, Royal Institute of Public Health and Hygiene, London, 1980-81, University of London, 1981-82; Career: Appointed Junior Technical Officer and Broadcaster, Radio Nigeria, 1967-68; House Officer, Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Idi-Araba, Lagos, 1974-75; Medical Officer II, General Hospital, Oron 1976;Medical Officer, Medical Centre, University of Calabar, 1976-82; Senior Medical Officer, 1,1976-83; Lecturer I/Consultant, College of Medical Sciences, University of Calabar, 1983-86; appointed Federal Minister of Works and Housing, 1984; Minister of Health, 1984-85; Executive Chairman, Mutanda Medical Ventures Limited, 1986; Medical Director/Consultant, Mutanda Medical Centre, Calabar, 1986- date; Advisor, International Health, Meharry Medical College, Nashville, USA, 1986; Chairman, Board of Governors, National Youth Service Corps Community-Based Health Centre, Calabar, since 1986; Chair man, Manilla Insurance Company Limited, 1987-89; Chairman, Calabar Capital City De velopment Authority, 1992; Elected Del egate, National Constitutional Conference, 1994-95; member, Cross River State Vision 2010 Committee, 1997-98; Chairman, Akpabuyo Think-tank, 1998; fellow, Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1981; fellow, Royal Society of Health, 1982; Senior District Surgeon, St John Ambulance Brigade, 1983; fellow, International College of Tropical Medicine, 1985; member, Obong's Council, Calabar; leader, "Nka Ekpenyong Nnuk"; President, Odukpani Local Government Area Development Association; gubernatorial / presidential aspirant, defunct Social Democratic Party, 1990- 93; member, Nigerian Constitutional Confer ence, 1994-95; Zonal Co-ordinator, SS Zone, defunct Grassroots Democratic Movement, 1996-97; Life Patron, Nigerian Red Cross Society; Traditional Title: Ada-Idaha-Ke Eburutu, Calabar; Mkpison Ukara of Efik land, Ebekwo Dike I ofItu Mbauzo; Ona Anyi AhumQnoI of Bahumono; Obong Dibo •of Efuk Abua; Mbaka Idem of Nka Ekpenyong Nnuk; National Vice-Chairman, defunct Peoples Solidarity Party, 1989; Na tional Treasurer, defunct Social Progressive Party, 1995-96; member, Mbaka Idem of Nka Ekpenyong Nnuk; life patron, Nigerian Red Cross. Political Parties: member, defunct Peoples Solidarity Party, 1989; member,defunct Social Democratic Party, 1990-93; member, defunct Social Progressive Party, 1994; member, defunct Grassroots Democratic Movement; member, All Peoples Party, 1998; member, Peoples Democratic Party, 1998-date; Awards: MAMSER Badge, Odukpani Local Government, Cross River State, 1987; Winner, Merit Award, Univer sity ofCalabar; Trophy of Honour, Associa tion of General and Private Medical Practi tioners of Nigeria; Recipient,F.N.O.A. byNi gerian Optometric Association, 1997; Tra ditional Titles: Ada Idaha ke Eburutu, Cala bar; Mkpisong Ukara Efikland; High Chief, Obong Dibo Ekpe Society, Efut clan, Cala bar; Ebekuo Dike 1, Itu Mbaise, Imo State, Ona Anyi Anumono 1, Bahumono, Abi Lo cal Government Area, Cross River State. Publication: MissionReport, Pamnef Invest ment Limited, 1995; Hobbies: General read ing, football, music, cultural affairs; Official Address: Mutanda Medical Centre, 9, Edgerley Road, P.O.Box 2050, Calabar, Tele phone: 087-223-569; Home: 13/N, Federal Housing Estate, Ikot Ansa, Calabar, Cross River State. Telephone: 087-223-282.
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