22 Dec 2015

Biography of Iduma Enwo Igariwey

Iduma Enwo Igariwey
IDUMA ENWO IGARIWEY born 1961, is a member of the
Federal House of Representatives, representing the Afikpo North/Afikpo South Federal Constituency of Ebonyi State, under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

He attended Government Secondary School, Owutu Edda and obtained a General Certificate of Education (GCE) in 1981. He studied law in the University of Lagos and obtained LL.B in 1990. He then proceeded to the University of Calabar, where he studied Political Science and graduated in 2006.

Being a lawyer, Iduma Enwo Igariwey started his Career as a private legal practitioner in 1991. He became the chairman of Afikpo North Local Government Area in 1999, and held the position until the year 2007.  He has delivered several lectures on administration of local government in Nigeria, in the United Kingdom and United States of America. In the year 2011, he was the senatorial candidate of All Nigeria Peoples Party for Ebonyi South Senatorial District.

Iduma Igariwey later became a member of the Federal House of Representatives that represents the Afikpo North/Afikpo South Federal Constituency of Ebonyi State, under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). His legislative interests border on creating robust oversight engagement, creation of job opportunities and provision of infrastructure for his constituency. He targets to remain positively engaged with his constituents with regular contact to identify their needs, hence his development of the slogan, “my constituents must 'see' and 'feel' me”.

Iduma has the following Awards and honours:

1.       Best chairman of the year by the National Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) Ebonyi State 2002;
2.       Best Corper friendly chairman in Ebonyi State by National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), 2005;
3.       Best Community Development Award by Rotary Club Abuja;

4.       Nnominated best performed Local Government chairman in Ebonyi South Senatorial District by the federal house of representatives committee on state and local government.

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