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Prince Malik Ado-Ibrahim
YPP PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE
Prince Malik Ado-Ibrahim (born on 22nd December 1963) is the second of seven children of HRM Dr. AbdulRahman Ado-Ibrahim the Ohinoyi of Ebira land in Kogi state. Malik Ado-Ibrahim was educated abroad from the age of five both in the United Kingdom and the United States of America. In fact, he attended the Tavist Ock and Summer Hill School, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, England; obtained a High School Diploma from Langley High School, Norwich, UK, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the American College of Los Angeles. Malik showed the intelligence, charisma, and determination his ancestry is known for in his educational pursuits.
Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah, is a Nigerian businessman, entrepreneur and currently the Senator, representing Anambra South at the Nigerian senate and CEO of Capital Oil, which he founded in 2001.
member of the
56 man Senate Constitution Review Committee