Former Senator, Nwali Is Dead! His Corpse Found In A Pond Behind His Home
Offia Nwali is a community leader and researcher from Ebonyi State who is the chief of Ameka, a small town in the state.
He was educated at Brown University and Harvard (Phd, 1966). He then worked with the United Nations Institute for Training and Research before returning to Nigeria after the civil war. He worked with the East Central Data Processing Center and was later elected a senator of the Nigerian republic in 1979. (1) He defeated his closest opponent S.O. Megada by about 80, 000 votes to win the Anambra East senatorial constituency.
He lost family members in an airplane crash in the early 1980s.
RIP to a great son of Ezza Ezekuna. #ezzanwurunwa
The Deputy National Chairman of Ohaneze Ndigbo, Sen. Offia Nwali, is dead.
He was 74.
He was reportedly found dead inside a pond located in his Ameka Community, Ezza South local government area of Ebonyi State, on Saturday.
He was the first black man to obtain Ph.D in Computer and Analytical Studies from Harvard University, United States.
The late Inspector- General of police, MD Yusuf, facilitated his return to Nigeria in 1972 shortly before he was appointed chairman of school board by the then East Central state.
Nwali, a foremost founding father of Ebonyi State, represented Abakaliki Senatorial District at the National Assembly, between 1979-1983.
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