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Although public service is in his blood, Ferdinand Alexander “Sandro” Marcos credits his enthusiasm to his parents, particularly his father, presidential hopeful Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. (BBM).

Sandro, who was born and reared in Laoag City, is competing for a congressional seat in the Ilocos Norte’s 1st District. He is running for the first time for a political office, but he is no stranger to politics or public service. He had been exposed to it since he was a child, when his father was the governor of Ilocos Norte.

Prior to entering politics, Sandro worked on the legislative staff of House Majority Leader and Leyte 1st District Rep. Martin G. Romualdez, who served as his mentor on the House of Representatives’ daily grind, including strategies to hasten the passage of President Rodrigo Duterte’s priority measures.

Under Governor Matthew Joseph Manotoc, Sandro also worked as an economic consultant for the Province of Ilocos Norte.

Among his responsibilities was ensuring the timely and smooth distribution of food and other aid to the people of Ilocos Norte, such as the Covid recovery assistance program for sari-sari store owners, food packs and fishing gear to fishermen, tablets to aid students in distance learning, and many others.

In the midst of the ongoing pandemic, he has been instrumental in offering livelihood options to thousands of Ilokano who have been most affected by the unexpected loss of income and livelihood.

The SANDbox, which was launched in Pagudpud last February, is another of Sandro’s efforts. This seeks to assist learners who require Internet and e-learning technology, promote youth innovation, and provide a workspace for local entrepreneurs.

SANDbox is a converted container van with interior study and working workstations, an outside and top deck lounging area, as well as kitchen and restroom amenities.

It provides free WiFi access and uses fiber optic technology to provide the fastest Internet speed currently accessible.

“The pandemic has ultimately pushed us to create an alternative work setup that prioritizes the safety of all but does not compromise productivity. With the increasing demand for co-working spaces, not only here in Ilocos Norte but also around the world, we’ve come up with this project to assist students and start-ups by providing them with a steady and safe learning and work space,” said the eldest son of BBM and lawyer Liza Araneta-Marcos..

Sandro Marcos Wikipedia
Ferdinand Alexander Araneta Marcos

SANDbox, according to Sandro, is the first of several initiatives he has planned for the province, as he envisions a better, more resilient Ilocos Norte, filled with promise and economic development.
If elected to Congress, Sandro’s top priority will be to complete unfinished projects, particularly in his area, and to campaign for the regularization of barangay officials who are only paid honoraria despite their vital service in their communities, particularly during the epidemic.

He also hopes to assist the province in transitioning from primary to secondary and tertiary agriculture, so that they may develop value-added products instead of just planting and harvesting crops.

He went on to say that upgrading agricultural systems would mean bringing in the necessary equipment to help produce more crops in less time or with less labor than is currently required.

They will have the labor for secondary and tertiary agriculture, and farmers and agricultural communities will be able to venture into creating value-added products with a more efficient farming system.

Sandro Marcos Wikipedia
Ferdinand Alexander Araneta Marcos and his father.

Creating welcoming communities

Sandro, who graduated from the London School of Economics and Political Science with a master’s degree in Development Studies, said he will consult his kakailians (neighbors) to gain a thorough grasp of their requirements.

Recognizing that no one has a monopoly on knowledge or excellent ideas, he also stated that he is open to work with the opposition if they are competent and willing to collaborate with him.

Sandro emphasized that he is running for Congress to serve the Ilocano people, promising to listen to them and ensure that issues and problems are handled in the midst of the ongoing pandemic.

Who is Ferdinand Alexander Araneta Marcos father, Bongbong Marcos?

Bongbong Marcos (BBM) is a former senator from the Philippines who served from 2010 to 2016. He is the only son of Ferdinand Marcos Sr., the former president, tyrant, and kleptocrat, and Imelda Romualdez Marcos, the former first lady.

In 1980, Marcos Jr., then 23 years old, was elected vice governor of Ilocos Norte, running unopposed for his father’s Kilusang Bagong Lipunan party, which was then controlling the Philippines under martial law.

In 1983, he was elected governor of Ilocos Norte, a position he held until his family was deposed by the People Power Revolution and forced to flee to Hawaii in February 1986.

Following his father’s death in 1989, President Corazon Aquino eventually allowed the Marcos family’s remaining members to return to the Philippines to face various charges.

[8] He and his mother are being detained in the United States and its territories for refusing to pay US$353 million in restitution to victims of his father’s dictatorship’s human rights abuses.

From 1992 until 1995, Marcos served as the representative of Ilocos Norte’s 2nd congressional district. In 1998, Marcos ran for and was re-elected governor of Ilocos Norte. He returned to his previous position as a legislator after nine years, from 2007 to 2010, and subsequently became a senator for the Nacionalista Party from 2010 to 2016. [10] Marcos stood for Vice President in the 2016 presidential election in 2015. Marcos was defeated by Leni Robredo of Camarines Sur, who received 263,473 votes and 0.64 percent of the vote.

Marcos responded by filing a petition with the Presidential Electoral Tribunal. After a pilot recount of the designated provinces of Negros Oriental, Iloilo, and Camarines Sur, Robredo’s advantage was increased by 15,093 votes, and his appeal was overwhelmingly dismissed.

Marcos stated in 2021 that he would run for President of the Philippines in the 2022 election as part of the Partido Federal ng Pilipinas (PFP).

His effort has been criticized by fact-checkers and disinformation researchers, who believe it is motivated by historical negationism in order to rebrand Marcos and slander his opponents.

His campaign has also been accused of whitewashing human rights violations and plunder committed by his father while in office.

The Marcoses’ historical distortionism has been going on since the 2000s, according to The Washington Post, including his convictions for tax fraud, including his failure to pay his family’s estate taxes and misrepresenting his schooling at Oxford, according to The New York Times.

Although public service is in his blood, Ferdinand Alexander “Sandro” Marcos credits his enthusiasm to his parents, particularly his father, presidential hopeful Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. (BBM).

Sandro, who was born and reared in Laoag City, is competing for a congressional seat in the Ilocos Norte’s 1st District. He is running for the first time for a political office, but he is no stranger to politics or public service. He had been exposed to it since he was a child, when his father was the governor of Ilocos Norte.

Prior to entering politics, Sandro worked on the legislative staff of House Majority Leader and Leyte 1st District Rep. Martin G. Romualdez, who served as his mentor on the House of Representatives’ daily grind, including strategies to hasten the passage of President Rodrigo Duterte’s priority measures.

Under Governor Matthew Joseph Manotoc, Sandro also worked as an economic consultant for the Province of Ilocos Norte.

Among his responsibilities was ensuring the timely and smooth distribution of food and other aid to the people of Ilocos Norte, such as the Covid recovery assistance program for sari-sari store owners, food packs and fishing gear to fishermen, tablets to aid students in distance learning, and many others.

In the midst of the ongoing pandemic, he has been instrumental in offering livelihood options to thousands of Ilokano who have been most affected by the unexpected loss of income and livelihood.

The SANDbox, which was launched in Pagudpud last February, is another of Sandro’s efforts. This seeks to assist learners who require Internet and e-learning technology, promote youth innovation, and provide a workspace for local entrepreneurs.

SANDbox is a converted container van with interior study and working workstations, an outside and top deck lounging area, as well as kitchen and restroom amenities.

It provides free WiFi access and uses fiber optic technology to provide the fastest Internet speed currently accessible.

“The pandemic has ultimately pushed us to create an alternative work setup that prioritizes the safety of all but does not compromise productivity. With the increasing demand for co-working spaces, not only here in Ilocos Norte but also around the world, we’ve come up with this project to assist students and start-ups by providing them with a steady and safe learning and work space,” said the eldest son of BBM and lawyer Liza Araneta-Marcos..

Ferdinand Alexander Araneta Marcos - Wikipedia
Ferdinand Alexander Araneta Marcos

SANDbox, according to Sandro, is the first of several initiatives he has planned for the province, as he envisions a better, more resilient Ilocos Norte, filled with promise and economic development.
If elected to Congress, Sandro’s top priority will be to complete unfinished projects, particularly in his area, and to campaign for the regularization of barangay officials who are only paid honoraria despite their vital service in their communities, particularly during the epidemic.

He also hopes to assist the province in transitioning from primary to secondary and tertiary agriculture, so that they may develop value-added products instead of just planting and harvesting crops.

He went on to say that upgrading agricultural systems would mean bringing in the necessary equipment to help produce more crops in less time or with less labor than is currently required.

They will have the labor for secondary and tertiary agriculture, and farmers and agricultural communities will be able to venture into creating value-added products with a more efficient farming system.

Ferdinand Alexander Araneta Marcos - Wikipedia
Ferdinand Alexander Araneta Marcos and his father.

Creating welcoming communities

Sandro, who graduated from the London School of Economics and Political Science with a master’s degree in Development Studies, said he will consult his kakailians (neighbors) to gain a thorough grasp of their requirements.

Recognizing that no one has a monopoly on knowledge or excellent ideas, he also stated that he is open to work with the opposition if they are competent and willing to collaborate with him.

Sandro emphasized that he is running for Congress to serve the Ilocano people, promising to listen to them and ensure that issues and problems are handled in the midst of the ongoing pandemic.

Who is Ferdinand Alexander Araneta Marcos father, Bongbong Marcos?

Bongbong Marcos (BBM) is a former senator from the Philippines who served from 2010 to 2016. He is the only son of Ferdinand Marcos Sr., the former president, tyrant, and kleptocrat, and Imelda Romualdez Marcos, the former first lady.

In 1980, Marcos Jr., then 23 years old, was elected vice governor of Ilocos Norte, running unopposed for his father’s Kilusang Bagong Lipunan party, which was then controlling the Philippines under martial law.

In 1983, he was elected governor of Ilocos Norte, a position he held until his family was deposed by the People Power Revolution and forced to flee to Hawaii in February 1986.

Following his father’s death in 1989, President Corazon Aquino eventually allowed the Marcos family’s remaining members to return to the Philippines to face various charges.

[8] He and his mother are being detained in the United States and its territories for refusing to pay US$353 million in restitution to victims of his father’s dictatorship’s human rights abuses.

From 1992 until 1995, Marcos served as the representative of Ilocos Norte’s 2nd congressional district. In 1998, Marcos ran for and was re-elected governor of Ilocos Norte. He returned to his previous position as a legislator after nine years, from 2007 to 2010, and subsequently became a senator for the Nacionalista Party from 2010 to 2016. [10] Marcos stood for Vice President in the 2016 presidential election in 2015. Marcos was defeated by Leni Robredo of Camarines Sur, who received 263,473 votes and 0.64 percent of the vote.

Marcos responded by filing a petition with the Presidential Electoral Tribunal. After a pilot recount of the designated provinces of Negros Oriental, Iloilo, and Camarines Sur, Robredo’s advantage was increased by 15,093 votes, and his appeal was overwhelmingly dismissed.

Marcos stated in 2021 that he would run for President of the Philippines in the 2022 election as part of the Partido Federal ng Pilipinas (PFP).

His effort has been criticized by fact-checkers and disinformation researchers, who believe it is motivated by historical negationism in order to rebrand Marcos and slander his opponents.

His campaign has also been accused of whitewashing human rights violations and plunder committed by his father while in office.

The Marcoses’ historical distortionism has been going on since the 2000s, according to The Washington Post, including his convictions for tax fraud, including his failure to pay his family’s estate taxes and misrepresenting his schooling at Oxford, according to The New York Times.

Caitlyn Jenner and her eldest daughter Cassandra Marino just enjoyed Thanksgiving with her family. The TV celebrity thanked her daughter for “opening her home” for the occasion on Instagram.

The 72-year-old uploaded a number of photographs from the event, including a selfie with her daughter Cassandra and a video with her eldest son Burt Jenner. For the occasion, the KUWTK star wore a maroon red crewneck sweater, a bespoke gold necklace, and aviator-style glasses.

Burt and Cassandra are the children of the former decathlete and her first husband, Chrystie Crownover. Long before Caitlyn Jenner’s transition, the couple married between 1972 and 1981.

Caitlyn Jenner’s eldest daughter, Cassandra “Casey” Marino, is her second child with Chrystie Scott. She grew raised with her older brother, Burt Jenner, and was born on June 10, 1980. She allegedly spent a lot of time as a child in Los Angeles.

Casey is somewhat unknown since she avoids the limelight and keeps a low profile. According to her Instagram account, the 39-year-old is passionate about home construction and enjoys doing so.

Caitlyn and Chrystie split up a year after Cassandra was born, and the latter was alienated from the I Am Cait actress for quite some time. After Caitlyn’s transition, the couple reportedly stopped communicating to one other for several years, but their relationship improved. Casey came up about her present connection with Caitlyn Jenner (previously Bruce Jenner) in a 2016 interview with People:

“My relationship with Caitlyn is much better than with Bruce, but we still have a lot of work to do. We didn’t talk for years, and now we see each other every couple of weeks and talk on the phone, which I am grateful for. She is trying harder and there is a softness to Caitlyn that is new to me.”

Casey is married to Michael Marino, however the date of their wedding is unknown. Isabella and Francesca, as well as son Luke, are their three children.

How many children does Caitlyn Jenner have?

Caitlyn Jenner had three marriages before coming out and transitioning in 2015. She is the mother of six biological and four stepchildren. In 1972, she married Chrystie Crownover. Burt and Cassandra were born in 1978 and 1980, respectively. The pair, on the other hand, divorced in 1981.

After splitting up with Chrystie, the former Olympic gold medallist married singer Linda Thompson in 1981. In the same year, they welcomed their first child together, Brandon Jenner. Brody Jenner, their second child, was born in 1983. However, the two split up in 1986.

After her second divorce, Caitlyn began dating Kris Jenner and married the KUWTK matriarch in 1991. Kendall and Kylie Jenner were born to the couple in 1995 and 1997, respectively. Until Caitlyn’s transition in 2015, the two were together.

Kellie Loder gave a fantastic semifinals performance on Tuesday night, combining an original song with a Turner classic.



The judges were awestruck as Loder sang with their tremendous vocal arrangement while seated at a grand piano.



Kellie Loder dazzles in the semi-finals of ‘Canada’s Got Talent’ with her unique take on a Tina Turner classic.

Who is Kellie Loder?

Kellie Loder is a Newfoundland-based singer-songwriter who plays drums, guitar, and piano. They have three albums: The Way (issued in 2009), Imperfections & Directions (published in 2010), and Benefit of the Doubt (released in 2018). They gained critical acclaim in Canada, including a Juno Award nomination, thanks to a voice characterized as “strong yet peaceful and heartfelt” by The Telegram of St. John’s.

Loder was studying nursing at Memorial University of Newfoundland’s Grenfell Campus when they launched The Way in August 2009, having composed their first song at the age of 16 about a cousin who died in a road accident. Loder went on to win a talent hunt organized by YC Newfoundland, a Christian youth convention, later that year.

Loder was granted time with music business and production specialists as part of the award, and they assisted them create Imperfections & Directions, which was released at the 2010 YC Newfoundland. At the 2012 Juno Awards, the album was nominated for Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year. In 2011, Loder was nominated for three MusicNL awards, including Gospel Artist of the Year.

Loder’s music career is unique in that it began with Contemporary Christian Music (CCM); most young musicians prefer music genres like country and pop, which are thought to be more commercially successful.

Loder has stated that they picked CCM because it gives their music a purpose; however, they have since moved their attention to mainstream pop and rock music, claiming that they still produce music from a spiritual perspective but want to reach a wider audience.

Loder has come out as queer and non-binary, and she uses pronouns that are gender-neutral.

Who is Kellie Loder’s Partner?

Kellie Loder’s not known. She has kept her love life private.

In reaction to Eyewitness News, Malesela was arrested at Pretoria High Court on Thursday, April 28, 2022.

Malesela was detained after he failed to appear in court for a separate case in which Teffo was the defendant. Hillbrow Magistrate’s Court issued the arrest warrant in the month of January 2022.

Several cops approached Malesela and arrested him since the trial of Bafana participant Senza Meyiwa had just been deferred. Malesela was promptly handcuffed and sent to the holding cell in the courthouse.

Malesela claimed he was arrested because Police Minister Bheki Cele did not want him to defend the defendants in the Meyiwa murder trial, according to News 24.
According to a Twitter user, Advocate Malesela Teffo has been arrested after the warrant issued to arrest him was discovered to be bogus.

Malesela was detained and charged with trespassing in July 2020 after reportedly attempting to enter a police station to represent a customer in a labor dispute.

Malesela Daniel Teffo arrested, Biography, education
Malesela Daniel Teffo arrested | credit: mpmsu

Who is Malesela Daniel Teffo?

Malesela Teffo is a South African lawyer. Malesela is now representing four of the five accused in the murder trial of Bafana Bafana player Senza Meyiwa.


The incident transpired in Pretoria’s Gauteng High Court on Thursday, after Teffo was detained by the court’s authorities. When an investigating officer and other cops approached Malesela and detained him, the trial of the alleged killers had just been postponed.


Melesela Teffo’s biography is not available on the Wikipedia website page.
Who is Malesela Daniel Teffo, according to this blog? Age, height, weight, education, arrests, and more are all factors to consider.

Malesela Daniel Teffo age

Melesela Teffo’s Wikipedia page is currently unavailable, so we don’t have any information about his age. As soon as we receive it, we’ll update it.

Weight and Height of Malesela Daniel Teffo

Melesela Teffo’s Wikipedia page is currently unavailable, so we don’t have any information on his height or weight. As soon as we receive it, we’ll update it.

Educational background of Malesela Daniel Teffo

Malesela Teffo has a long educational background, with degrees such as Ph.D. and CA.


Although no information regarding Teffo’s early education has surfaced, he appears to have been a bright student throughout his infancy.

Malesela Teffo has not revealed the name of the legal school where he earned his degree, although he is likely to want an excellent mark.

Malesela Teffo is a registered engineer and a registered Chartered Accountant in South Africa, in addition to his legal degree.

According to allegations on the internet, Teffo also holds a Ph.D., but his research topic is unknown. Teffo also holds a master’s degree in business administration.

At an event organized by Australia’s anti-lockdown movement, the Liberal Party candidate for the Sydney seat of Bennelong featured in a video denouncing vaccination requirements and recognizing there may be issues about the safety of mRNA vaccines.

Liberal candidate for Bennelong Simon Kennedy Wikipedia, age

Bennelong’s Liberal Candidate is Simon Kennedy.

Simon has always championed our community, from his time as School Captain at Epping Boys High School to his current position on the Ryde City Youth Council.


Simon began his career working the Epping Coles check-out lines and as a furniture removalist for Epping Removals after being raised by a single mother who instilled in him the value of hard work.


Simon’s employment carried him all over the world after university, advising governments on how to draft and implement policies that helped small businesses prosper and generate jobs.


He met his wife Nila while working in the United States, and the pair returned home to provide their two young children with the same upbringing and possibilities that he enjoyed.


Simon thinks Australia is at its best when it comes to providing possibilities for hardworking families, small business owners, and retirees.


Simon will strive to ensure our economic recovery from the COVID pandemic, as well as the infrastructure needed to keep up with our rising community requirements, such as enhancements to local roads so we can spend less time stuck in traffic and more time with our families, as your strong voice in Canberra.


Simon will work hard as part of the Morrison Liberal team to achieve a strong economy and a brighter future.

His age is not known at the moment.

Fan-favourite actor Zolisa Xaluva – who plays Melusi Dlamini – has reportedly left Gomora after not seeing eye to eye with show producers.  

It is believed that viewers will soon not see Xaluva on the telenovela again after his exit.   

Who Zolisa Xaluva?

Zolisa Xaluva is a South African actor and entrepreneur who was born on June 13, 1981. He is most known for his appearances as Jason on the SABC1 soapie Generations and as Lwazi Mboweni on the SABC1 drama series Tsha Tsha’s fourth season.

Zolisa Xaluva was born in New Brighton, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa, on June 13, 1981. When he was 11 years old, his family relocated to Johannesburg. Later, the family relocated to Pretoria to be closer to extended family.

Thando and Nombuyiselo Xaluva are his parents, and he is the third of four children.

Who is Zolisa Xaluva’s wife?

The wife and children of Zolisa Xaluva are unknown.

More about Zolisa Xaluva

In Pretoria, Zolisa Xaluva matriculated. He majored in Media Studies and Communication Science at Technikon Witwatersrand for a few years following matric. Due to financial issues, he withdrew out of the degree with one year remaining. He tried to start a campus radio station for Technikon Witwatersrand to make ends meet, but he was rejected down because he was no longer a student there. As a result, he returned to Port Elizabeth and joined an arts and culture organization that toured schools, performing plays for students. He eventually returned to Pretoria to study acting at Technikon Pretoria, where he received his diploma in 2003.

On SABC 1’s drama series Tsha Tsha season 3, Zolisa Xaluva was cast as Lwazi Mboweni. In 2005, he was cast in the SABC 1 soap series Generations as Jason Malinga. In 2006, the producers of Generations granted him time off to film Tsha Tsha season 4. He scored a minor role as HHP’s Manager on e.tv’s soap opera Rhythm City in 2008, and he also appeared in SABC 1’s miniseries uGugu no Andile and SABC 1’s drama series Tshisa season 2 in the same year.

He earned the part of Melusi, a school administrator, in Mzansi Magic’s serial Gomora in 2020.

Zolisa Xaluva is the winner of the Zolisa Xaluva Award.

In March 2019, Zolisa Xaluva won Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film for her role in Sew the Winter to My Skin, which also won Best Feature Film.

Zolisa Xaluva uses the handle @zolisaxaluva on Instagram.

Mohammed Hayatudeen, a PDP presidential candidate, has criticized the process that produced Bukola Saraki, Nigeria’s former Senate President, and Bala Mohammed, the governor of Bauchi State, as northern consensus candidates.

In a statement released on Saturday, Mr Hayatu-campaign Deen’s argued the procedure that led to the duo’s adoption violated “principles of equity and transparency.”

The Northern Elders Forum (NEF) nominated Messrs Saraki and Mohammed on Friday, based on the recommendations of a committee formed by the forum.

Mohammed Hayatudeen Biography, Age, State of Origin, Career, Net worth

Mohammed Hayatu-Deen is the chairman of the Renaissance Development Forum. With nearly four decades of experience in a range of Nigerian businesses, he is an outstanding banker, economist, project finance executive, administrator, and elder statesman.

In this article, I will cover all you need to know about Mohammed Hayatudeen, including his biography, Wikipedia page, age, place of birth, career, and net worth.

Biography of Mohammed Hayatudeen

Mohammed Hayatudeen was born in Borno State on September 15, 1953. In Kofan Doka, he went to primary school. He studied Basic Studies at ABU in Zaria and graduated with honors.

Age of Mohammed Hayatudeen

Mohammed Hayatudeen was born on September 15, 1953, making him 68 years old at the time of this writing.

Mohammed Hayatudeen state of origin

Mohammed Hayatudeen is a Nigerian from Borno State.

Mohammed Hayatudeen’s Professional Life

Mohammed Hayatu-Deen started his career in principal investments and project finance at Northern Nigeria Development Corporation (later renamed New Nigeria Development Corporation), Nigeria’s largest industrial holding company with investments in a number of industries at the time.

He swiftly rose to the position of Group Chief Executive, where he was in charge of the group’s 140 subsidiary and affiliate companies, as well as their leadership, direction, and control.

He was then named president and CEO of FSB International Bank, which had previously been the inactive Federal Savings Bank, with the task of turning the bank around and transforming it into a viable commercial bank.

Hayatu-Deen was able to transform FSB into a prominent commercial bank in Nigeria, making it the country’s best example of turnaround management and privatization.

He founded the Alpine Group in 2005, a project development firm focused on investing directly in high-growth industries. He is the Vice Chairman and CEO of Alpine Investments Ltd. at the moment.

The Ado Bayero Mall in Kano, Alpine’s primary project, was just completed and is currently West Africa’s largest shopping mall.

Throughout his career, Hayatu-Deen has worked in a variety of positions for a number of companies, bringing his considerable experience in Corporate and Investment Banking, Organizational Transformation, and Project Management.

He has served on the boards of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (Council Member), Northern Nigeria Investments Limited, Nigeria Hotels Limited, Kaduna Textiles Limited, New Nigeria Construction Company, Benue Cement Company, Sokoto Cement Company Northern Nigeria, Virgin Nigeria Limited, Seven-Up Bottling Company, PZ Cussons, and Inlaks Computers Limited, among others.

Mohammed Hayatu-Deen has also served in a variety of extracurricular and national capacities, including as a member of the Institute of Directors, a director of the Nigerian American Chamber of Commerce, a director of the Nigerian German Business Council, a member of the Nigerian Industries Transparency Initiative, a member of the Africa Business Round Table, a member of the West Africa Business Association, a member of President Buhari’s Advisory Council, and a member of the Presidential Advisory Council.

Mohammed Hayatu-Deen earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Ahmadu Bello University in 1976. He holds certifications from Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program, London Business School’s Strategic Leadership and Corporate Renewal, Harvard Business School’s Making Corporate Boards More Effective, and INSEAD’s Strategic Leadership Programme.

Hayatu-Deen serves on the Ahmadu Bello University Governing Council as the Convocation’s representative. On Saturday, May 22, 2021, at the University’s 1st Convocation on the Main Campus, he was chosen.

Convocation is the governing body of the university, bringing together all academics and alumni. It’s taught in some of the world’s oldest and most prestigious universities.

Mohammed Hayatu-Deen was later named to the Board of Trustees of the reconstituted Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) Endowment Foundation, alongside 11 other notable Nigerians, by the administrators of Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria.

The distinguished ABU alumni has indicated interest in running for President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on the People’s Democratic Party’s platform.

In 2000, Hayatu-Deen was named Officer of the Order of the Niger (OON) for his numerous achievements to the country.

Mohammed Hayatudeen’s net worth

We don’t have any information regarding Mohammed Hayatudeen’s net worth right now, but we’ll get back to you as soon as we do.

Peter Gregory Obi is a Nigerian politician and businessman who ran as the People’s Democratic Party’s vice presidential candidate in the 2019 Nigerian general election (P.D.P).

He is also a presidential candidate in Nigeria’s general election in 2023. He served as governor of Anambra State from 17 March 2006 to 2 November 2006, when he was impeached, then from 9 February 2007 to 29 May 2007, when his impeachment was overturned.

Despite the fact that a new election was held on April 29, 2007, he was reappointed governor on June 14, 2007, following a court decision that he should be allowed to finish his four-year term. He was elected governor of the state for the second time on February 6, 2010, and will serve till the end of his second term.

Peter Obi was born in Onitsha on July 19, 1961.

He completed his high school studies at Christ the King College in Onitsha.

He enrolled in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, in 1980 and graduated in 1984 with a B.A (Hons) in philosophy.

Peter Obi studied at the Lagos Business School in Nigeria, the Harvard Business School in Boston, Massachusetts, where he completed two programs, the London School of Economics, Columbia Southwest School in New York. He also studied at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management in the United States, Oxford University’s Said Business School, and Cambridge University’s George Business School.

Obi and Margaret Brownson Usen married in 1992 and have two children together. He’s a devout Catholic.

Who is Margaret Brownson Usen, Peter Obi’s wife?

The Wife of Peter Obi Margaret Brownson Usen, a.k.a. Margaret Obi, was once Margaret Brownson Usen. In the year 1992, she married Peter Obi. Margaret is the driving force behind her husband’s National Gender Affirmative Action, which ensured that women received at least half of the seats in Obi’s cabinet.

Margaret is recognized for her humility, despite her intelligence, which she kept disguised while working tirelessly and invisibly to boost her husband’s administration’s popularity. She is also noted for her unwavering commitment to women’s empowerment and child welfare.

She handled the disbursement of dry-season farming equipment grants to women cooperatives.

As a result, they will have better access to production elements and will be able to support their families. She also helped the state’s Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development (MWAPD) establish Family Courts to deal with child abuse and violations of women’s rights, including widows’ right to inheritance.

Ramatu Abarshi, a philanthropist, and her daughter, Amira, were kidnapped by militants after distributing Ramadan presents in Mariri, Lere Local Government Area, Kaduna State.

Mrs Ramatu Abarshi is the former Head of Department (HOD) of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department of the Kaduna Polytechnic, Engr.

Mrs Abarshi, who is also the widow of late Air Commodore A. Abarshi and now the chairperson of Barkindo Rahama Initiative (BRAIN), an NGO helping women, youth and the less privileged, was kidnapped alongside her daughter, Amira Aliyu Abarshi, and her secretary, Engineer Ibrahim Suleiman, on Friday, 22nd.

According to a family source, the bandits must have followed them to Kasuwar Magani, where they were kidnapped and taken to an unknown location.

According to reports, the event occurred on Saturday afternoon, and her relatives have been working to locate them since then.

Her kidnappers have made contact and are demanding N100 million in ransom, according to a family source.

Abarshi, a former Head of the Department of Electrical Engineering at Kaduna Polytechnic, is well-known in Southern Kaduna for his philanthropy and peace endeavors.

Mohammed Jalige, a spokesman for the Kaduna State Police Command, said he was unaware of the situation, adding,“you know people don’t always report such incidents immediately to the police.”