Ex-minister, Okongwu, dies at 87 | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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Ex-minister, Okongwu, dies at 87 | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Ex-minister, Okongwu, dies at 87 | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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Ex-minister, Okongwu, dies at 87 | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

The ex-minister served for eight years in the administration of General Ibrahim Babangida (rtd), first as Minister of Finance from 1985 to 1986, and later as Minister of National Planning

He died yesterday morning, aged 87. Okongwu was born on September 23, 1934, in Anambra State.He was the first of eight children.Okongwu attended St. Michael’s School, Aba between 1941 and 1946. From there, he moved to Government College, Umuahia and was a student there from 1947 till 1951.

He studied Economic Theory at Boston University and completed the degree in 1961. He also attended Harvard University from 1961 to 1965. from 1986 to 1990. He subsequently served as the Minister of Cabinet Affairs, and later as Minister of Petroleum.Okongwu was once a journalist and served at Daily Times as a Sub-Editor.

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He died yesterday morning, aged 87. Okongwu was born on September 23, 1934, in Anambra State. In this article. He was the first of eight children. The Chairman of Warri South Council Area, Dr. Okongwu attended St. Michael’s School, Aba between 1941 and 1946. “Collaboration between NIMASA and NDLEA is key and urgent because our effectiveness as an agency in the pursuit of the mandates of maritime safety and security is closely tied up with the success of NDLEA in the fight against illicit drugs.

From there, he moved to Government College, Umuahia and was a student there from 1947 till 1951. “As the number one security officer of Warri South Council Area, I want to assure residents that the council is doing all within its power to ensure that permanent peace returns to the community. He studied Economic Theory at Boston University and completed the degree in 1961. He also attended Harvard University from 1961 to 1965. from 1986 to 1990. He subsequently served as the Minister of Cabinet Affairs, and later as Minister of Petroleum.

Okongwu was once a journalist and served at Daily Times as a Sub-Editor. In this article .