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List Of Top 50 Influential Ebira People



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When it comes to money, power, character and respect, the Ebira People are envied all over the world And this is not a false claim it is not debated either, Here are the top influential Ebira people you should know.
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Malik Ado Ibrahim

Malik Ado Ibrahim was born in 1960’s Into The Royal Family Of HRH. Ado Ibrahim The Ohinoyi Of Ebira Land.

Malik Ado Ibrahim is the CEO and Chairman of Nigus Enfinity, a company in collaboration with BYD China. He is famous for his role in the F1 design and he is a personal race-car driver.

Natasha Hadiza Akpoti

Natasha Hadiza Akpoti (born in 1979) Kogi Amazon is a Nigerian barrister, social entrepreneur, Political reformer and a Nigerian politician.

She ran for the post of Kogi Central Senatorial District (SDP) seat under Social Democratic Party in the year 2019. She also contested in the Kogi State Governorship election which held on the 16th of November 2019.

Yahaya Adoza Bello

Yahaya Bello Adoza (Fair Plus) The Current Governor Of Kogi State is an astute business man and the Managing Director of FairPlus International Ltd and also the Director of Kogi Youth Arise Forum.

Bello was born on 18th June 1975 in Agassa, Okene Local Government Area of Kogi State to the family of Alhaji Bello Ipemida Ochi and Hajia Hawa Bello Oziohu. He is the last of 6 siblings.

Aloysius Adeiza Okino

Aloysius Okino was born to the family of Hon. and Mrs. Moses Ado Okino of Adogo In Ajaokuta Local Government Area.

Aloysius Okino is a Nigerian politician, businessman and a software developer.
He contested for the Ajaokuta Federal Constituency Election in 2015 and 2019 under the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).

Marietu Ohunene Tenuche

Professor Marietu Ohunene Tenuche is a full-blooded abusite with both her first, second and third degrees from the great Ahmadu Bello University Zaria.

Born on 29th September 1959, Professor Marietu Ohunene Tenuche obtained her West African School Certificate from Government Girls Secondary School Yola in 1976 and a University of Cambridge G.C.E. Advanced Level Certificate from the School of Basic Studies, Kwara State College of Technology now Kwara State Polytechnic Ilorin in1978.

She was appointed Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) KSU first from 2004 -2006 and again from 2008 to 2011. She was appointed Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Administration) KSU in 2011 and successfully completed her tenure in 2013.

Until her appointment as VC, Professor Marietu Ohunene Tenuche was the Dean, School of Post Graduate Studies and Chairman of the Committee of Deans and Directors.

Mohammed Ataba Sani Omolori

Mohammed Ataba was Born on June 7, 1961, Without any gain-saying, Mohammed Ataba Sani-Omolori, the former Clerk to the National Assembly (CNA), has done creditably in changing the landscape of the National Assembly since assumption of office on the 16th May, 2016. 

Mohammed Ataba Sani-Omolori a Barrister, Politician and Also A Prince to the royal family of the Ohinoyi Of Ebira land.

Khalifa Abdulrahaman Okene

Khalifa Abdulrahaman Okene popularly known as the WHITE ANGEL, is an indigene of Adavi local government area of kogi state, born in the early 70s.

He undertook his primary and secondary education at Idah local government area of Kogi state. In addition, he obtained a bachelor degree in political science from the university of Abuja, Nigeria.

He is a Politician, Farmer and a successful businessman with chains of business ventures within Nigeria and abroad. He is the CEO and managing director of the following institutions

EL-CAAZ Farms.

EL-Travels and Tour.
New alpha international trading company.
Z bass hotels and resorts.
Eagle star logistics company in Dubai.

Ahmed Ogembe

Senator Ahmed Ogembe is a politician and a successful businessman, United State-trained Business Administrator with several years of experience in medical consultancy.

Ogembe is also a grass root politician/mobilizer and an astute Public Administrator. He is a former local government chairman of Okeke L.G.A and a former Senator representing Kogi Central Senatorial District in the 8th Senate.

Yakubu Oseni

Senator Yakubu Oseni (born 1975) is a Nigerian politician and a Present Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria for Kogi Central Senatorial District of Kogi State Nigeria.

Oseni was elected in the February 2019 Nigerian general elections under the platform of the All Progressives Congress. 

Nurudeen Abatemi Usman

Nurudeen Abatemi Usman was Born on May 6, 1971 to the late Alhaji Umar Abatemi Usman, one-time Deputy Governor of old Kwara State.

Abatemi Usman represented Kogi Central Senatorial District In (2011-2015). In October 2011, four months after his inauguration as a Senator, he was sworn in as a member of Pan African Parliament (PAP), the legislative arm of the African Union (AU).

Mercy Johnson Okojie

Mercy Johnson Okojie (born 28 August 1984) is a Nigerian actress.

Mercy is originally from Okene, Kogi State, Nigeria & had her first taste of education in Calabar where her biological dad resides.

Her parent name is Mr. Daniel & Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson. Her father was a former Naval Officer.

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Ebira Native Medicine – 5 Ebira Herbs For Fertility



How Ebira Herbs Help to Increase Fertility?</strong

Ebira Herbs For Fertility act as supplements to a healthy diet to help boost your body’s regular functioning. Some Ebira herbs help detoxify the body, others work to modulate the immune system (which could falsely identify a foetus as an external threat and prevent pregnancy), and more others help to stimulate the endocrine system which regulates hormone production (fertility is largely dependent on sex hormones).

Top Ebira Fertility Herbs to Get Pregnant

Here are some special Ebira herbs that have been studied and used to aid in conception and bringing a pregnancy to term healthily.

Ebira Herbs For Fertility, Make these changes to your diet to boost your fertility.

Inorder To add flavour to your diet, add these spices and Ebira herbs to satisfy your cravings and enhance your fertility level.

List of Ebira Herbs For Fertility


Cinnamon can help with proper ovarian functioning and effective in fighting infertility. It also helps in the treatment of PCOS, one of the main causes of infertility.

How to Use Cinnamon:
Add 1 teaspoon of cinnamon powder to a cup of hot water.
Drink it once daily for some months.

Try and Include cinnamon in your diet by sprinkling cinnamon powder on your cereal, oatmeal, and yogurt.


The pungent smell of garlic should prevent you from being a parent. You can simply add garlic into all your diet for some weeks and wait for the good news. Try chew 2 or more garlic cloves followed by a glass of milk every morning.

Nutmeg and Sugar

Nutmeg and Sugar is another well known and tested a home remedy for treating female infertility in Ebira land. It is one of the best home remedies for female sterility.

How to Use Nutmeg and Sugar:

Try and Take 3gm nutmeg powder and 3gm sugar.

Mix both powders well and store in an airtight container
Mix with one cup of cow’s milk and drink every day during your menstruation cycles.

Well Start drinking from the first day and continue till your period ends.

Chilli powder

Chili powder contains sufficient amount of vitamin A which fulfils one’s daily intake.
And it contributes to the maintenance of eyesight and takes care of bones, teeth, skin, internal membranes and reproductive systems.

Try and Add some spice to your soups and stews this festive season and boost your chances of conceiving.

Turmeric Powder


Turmeric is also a powerful antioxidant that has the ability to help the body fight free radicals, which hinders tissue degeneration and inhibits pro-inflammatory molecules.

Some Research shows that turmeric has medicinal benefits for treating inflammatory conditions of the joints, muscles and nerves, autoimmune inflammation, autoimmune fertility health conditions and may be helpful for those dealing with fertility health conditions like uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts and premenstrual pain.

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You made a mark – Tinubu hails Yahaya Bello



…says his faith is solid, commendable

Former Governor of Lagos state and flag bearer of the All Progressives Congress at the forthcoming 2023 presidential election, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu has hailed a co-competitor and governor of Kogi State, Yahaya Bello for making a mark at the just concluded primaries.

He made this known on Friday when the party’s flag bearer visited Governor Bello at the GYB’s presidential campaign office in Abuja in the company of other state governors and other dignitaries.

Asiwaju Tinubu noted that the Governor, alongside the campaign team, were resolved and resolute adding that the Bello was able to mobilise the consciousness of the youth and the women in the country to his support.

He added that the faith with which the governor ventured into the competition was highly commendable.

“Great things were done during the convention, many of us lined up knowing that only one person, assisted by a Vice President would eventually emerge as the party’s flag bearer”, he stated

Governor Bello who read His letter of Felicitation and congratulations to Asiwaju before the presentation stated that all activities leading to the selection of the party presidential flag bearer have ended on the day of the primary. While donating the Yahaya Bello Presidential Campaign Organisation Secretariat to Asiwaju, Bello said he will lead the youths, women and people living with special needs to ensure Asiwaju’s victory at the polls.

ONOGWU Muhammed
Chief Press Secretary to the Governor

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How to register for your PVC online in 5 simple steps



Nigeria’s general elections begin on February 25, 2023. Since the 2019 elections, about 20 million Nigerians have turned 18 and are now eligible to vote. While every Nigerian citizen has the right to vote, logistical obstacles can prevent them from exercising it. One of the most important steps in the voting process can be taken right now, though, and that’s obtaining a Permanent Voters Card (PVC).

Voters must present a PVC issued by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Election Day in order to participate in the voting process. In previous elections, PVC registration was an arduous process that required people to queue for days. Now, any Nigerian citizen with access to the internet can register a PVC by themselves online as INEC has launched an online portal for this purpose. Other than registering for a new PVC, voters can also use the site to transfer their cards to a different state or request a card to be reissued.

The online PVC registration, which started in June 2021, has a deadline of June 30, 2022. As of May 12, 2022; more than 16 million people have registered. However, INEC chairman Mahmud Yakubu revealed in April that around 45% of these registrations were declared invalid due to incomplete data and wrong or multiple registrations. In some regions, the chairman added, that percentage was as high as 60%.

To ensure a validated registration, follow the 5 simple steps below to register for your PVC online.

PVC registration online

Step 1: Visit the INEC website

The first step on how to register your PVC online is to go to the INEC registration portal and select “Get Started”. You will be taken to a new page with a list of services. Click on “New Voter Pre-registration”. Note: This option is only for people who have never registered their PVC before. There are other options on the site if your card is lost, or if you want to buy update your information for a new card.

Before we proceed further, know that you can only register once. Wait for confirmation after submitting your application, and do not make any attempt to register again after that-otherwise, you risk invalidating your registration, because signing up multiple times is considered a crime.

Step 2: Create a portal account or login

Before proceeding to the registration form, you will be required to sign in to your portal account or create one. Fill in your name, email address, phone number, and create a password, then click “Submit”. It is important to only use an email address you have access to, as you will receive an email instantly to verify your account. If you can’t find the email, it might have gone to your spam folder.

In your email app, you should find mail from INEC CVR Portal. Open it and click on the link contained in it to return to the sign-in page you encountered earlier. This time, click on “Log In” and enter your email and the password you just created. After that, you will be directed to a Declaration page that wants to confirm that all information you will provide is accurate. Ensure to click on “Yes” before proceeding.

Step 3: Register

After the Declaration page, you will be taken to the main registration form. The information required for the form is as follows:

Biodata: name, date of birth, gender, occupation, address, NIN, and nationality.

Additional information: level of education, disability, maiden name.

Residence: country of residence, state of residence, LGA or city of residence.

Birth information: country of birth, state of birth, LGA or city of birth.

Origin information: country of origin, state of origin, LGA or city of residence, place of origin (town or village)

Polling unit: This is information about the state, local government and area you want to vote in.

At the bottom of the page, you will find space for supporting documents like your national identity card or passport. Although this step is not mandatory, it facilitates the verification process by making it easy to confirm your identity. It also enables INEC to link your profile on their database to other databases.

After you have this, click “Save and Continue”, and you’ll be led to a fresh page with confirmation that your application has successfully been updated. If you do not get this confirmation, click on the three black lines in the top right corner of your screen to view your application status.

Step 4: Upload Photographs

Next, you will be required to upload two clear close-up photographs of your face: one with a neutral expression, and the other with you smiling. To upload your photos, click “Choose File” and you will be taken to your camera. As soon as you take each selfie, click “Use Photo”, and it will be automatically resized and uploaded. Make sure the photos are clear and well-lit. You’re now ready for the next step.

Step 5: Schedule an appointment

Now that you know how to register for your PVC online, the final step is how to schedule a convenient appointment date to get your biometric data collected. Biometrics are unique physical characteristics you have like height and fingerprints. On this page, you will get a form with a list of options showing the closest places where you can get your biometrics done. These options are obtained from the address you entered when filling out your biodata. There are 811 centres dedicated to biometrics capturing nationwide, with even more being created. You can find a list of every center listed by state here.

There is also a list of available times for your biometrics on the portal. Select the one most convenient for you. Biometrics take about 30 minutes to be completed and the officials are punctual. In the event that you miss the date or time for your appointment, you can always reschedule through the INEC portal. Once you’ve selected a date and time, you can then submit your application.

Now you’re on your way to becoming an eligible voter. After your biometrics appointment, you will receive a temporary voters’ card (TVC)-proof that you completed the voting process. Keep it in a safe place. When the PVC is ready, you will be contacted by INEC to pick it up at the same center you had your biometrics done. This can take anywhere between 1 to 3 months.

Note: You must present your TVC in order to receive the PVC. If your TVC is missing, you can reprint it from the online portal. All you need to do is enter your log in details in order to access your form.

Article by Hannatu Asheolge for techcabal

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