Warri, Delta State
Nigerian Economic Society; Nigerian Institute of Management
He was also the Executive Governor of Edo State between 1992 and 1993, during the aborted Nigerian Third Republic.
reading, tennis, swimming
Rotary Club; Metropolitan Club, Lagos; Ikoyi Club, Lagos
After his University education, he worked as a federal Civil Servant and was a development planner. After putting 13years into service, he was appointed a Permanent Secretary.
In 1985, he retired voluntarily from civil service and went into business. He however had a short sojourn in the business world, where after two years, he became the National Chairman of the
Nigerian Trawler Owners Association.
Chief John Oyegun was elected as civilian governor of Edo State on the SDP platform, during the transition to democracy launched by General Ibrahim Babangida and served from January 1992 to November 1993. He was removed from office after General Sani Abacha seized power. Later, he became a leader of the All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP). In 2009 he was chairman of the Technical Working Committee of CODER
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