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Ebiti Onoyom Ndok


Ebiti Onoyom Ndok - United National Party for Development (UNPD). A presidential candidate in the 2011 Nigerian presidential elections.

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Created: 3rd Mar 2011
Modified: 4th Mar 2011
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National Chairperson of the United National Party for Development (UNPD)
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Ebiti Onoyom Ndok
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Gender: female
Place of Origin: Nigeria

Ebiti Onoyom Ndok is the National Chairperson of the United National Party for Development (UNPD), the only female chairperson of a political party in the country. She Started life as a nurse at the University College Hospital, Ibadan. From there, she proceeded to the UK, where she took a degree in Management, Law, and Diplomatic Studies and also did Social Welfare training. In 1990, she did set up an NGO known as the International Federation of African NGOs. She was the Chief Executive for years. She has been involved in crusading for the restoration of social order, to make other peoples lives better.

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