OGBAUDU, Felix

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Otor-Owhe, Delta State

OGBAUDU

Felix

As Assistant Inspector General of Police in charge of Zone 7, Felix Ogbaudu retired in August 2011. His Zone comprises FCT Abuja, Niger and Kaduna States. Felix Ogbaudu was born in Otor-Owhe, Delta State. He attended Anglcan Primary School Otor-Owhe and Anglican Grammar School, Eku, Delta State before proceeding to the prestigious Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. An accomplished lawyer, the super cop is married to Philomena Ada Ogbaudu and they have four lovely children. A lover of Makossa music, AIG Felix Ogbaudu would be remembered for putting Okija on the world map as the commissioner of Police, Anambra State. As the commissioner of Police he discovered, arrested and destroyed the dreaded Okija shrine in Anambra State. Okija was then known as the den of dreaded priests who make people swore to oath and reap grave consequences.
Gender: Male
Name of Spouse Philomena Ada Ogbaudu
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Mother's Name

4 children

Profession Police officer
Working Experience Assistant Inspector General of Police in charge of Zone 7, , commissioner of Police, Anambra State
Anglican Primary School Otor-Owhe and Anglican Grammar School, Eku, Delta State, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
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AIG Felix Ogbaudu would be remembered for putting Okija on the world map as the commissioner of Police, Anambra State. As the commissioner of Police he discovered, arrested and destroyed the dreaded Okija shrine in Anambra State. Okija was then known as the den of dreaded priests who make people swore to oath and reap grave consequences.

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