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Ken Nnamani

Politician from Nigeria

Ken Nnamani Kenneth Ugwu Nnamani is a former Nigerian senator who represented the People's Democratic Party (PDP) in Enugu State. He became a senator in 2003, and was president of the Senate of Nigeria from 2005 to 2007. Ken Nnamani was born on November 2, 1948 in Enugu. He holds both BBA and MBA degrees from the Ohio University in Athens, Ohio and has worked for Du Pont De Nemours International and Geneva and Nova Chemicals International as marketing executive and later as a consultant. He was the principal consultant, Maredec Limited. Ken Nnamani was elected to the senate for Enugu East in 2003. He was appointed Chairman of the Committee on Federal Character & Governmental Affairs and member of committees on Privatization, Federal Capital Territory and Appropriation & Finance. He became president of the Senate of Nigeria from April 5, 2005 to 2007, taking this post after Adolphus Wabara resigned due to allegations of corruption. Speaking in August 2006, Nnamani said "In a multicultural and multi-religious country like Nigeria credible elections provide platforms for different constituents of the republic to continue to collaborate to promote the good of all. The 2007 election is arguably the  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1948
Place of birth
Enugu State
Nationality
Nigeria
Profession
Businessperson

Political career

Party From To
People's Democratic Party

Education

Institution From To
Ohio University

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