URHOGHIDE, Sen Matthew Aisagbonriodion

Born August 8, 1955



Matthew Aisagbonriodion Urhoghide popularly known as Pharm. Matthew Urhoghide was born on August 8, 1955 to late Pa. Daniel Ediagbonya Urhoghide and Mada. He is an indigene of Edo State. He is a Nigerian,Politician and a Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria representing Edo South Senatorial district. Matthew Urhoghide had his secondary Education at Eghosa Grammar School, Benin City, Edo State and proceeded to the University of Benin, where he graduated with a degree in Pharmacy Prior to his becoming a senator, Matthew Urhoghide, a pharmacist, was the chairman of the Management Board of the Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital (OAUTH), Ile-Ife, Osun State. He defected from the Action Congress of Nigeria(ACN) to the PDP. In the 2015 elections he contested for and won the senatorial seat for Edo South. His election was however chaalleged at the election Tribunal, but his election was confirmed by the court.
Gender: Male
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  • Married
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State of Origin: Edo State
Father's Name Daniel Ediagbonya Urhoghide
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Mother's Name Rebecca Avanrenren Urhoghide.
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Profession Politician
Working Experience Board Chairman of the Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital , Publicity Secretary of People's Democratic Party. , senator Edo South senatorial district ,

Senator,Edo South Senatorial District

St. Matthews Primary School..Eghosa Grammar School in Benin.. University of Benin


Fellow Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria.

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