Alison Madueke’s Husband: Family, Children, and More – Explore the fascinating details of Alison Madueke’s husband, their family life, children, and insights into his background. Get to know the man beside the renowned figure.
Biography of Alison Madueke
Diezani K. Alison-Madueke was born on December 6, 1960, and is a well-known Nigerian politician. She made history by becoming the first female President of OPEC, a position she was elected to during the 166th OPEC Ordinary meeting in Vienna on November 27, 2014.
Her political career started when she became Nigeria’s Minister of Transportation on July 26, 2007. Over time, she held various ministerial roles, including Minister of Mines and Steel Development in 2008 and, in April 2010, she became Nigeria’s first female Minister of Petroleum Resources.
Born in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria, Diezani K. Agama, as she was originally known, had her early education experiences in Shell camp and Hussey Model School after the Nigerian civil war.
In 1968, she enrolled at Township School in Port Harcourt and later attended Holy Rosary Government Girls Secondary School, where she completed her WASCE in 1975.
She then pursued her A’ Levels at the Federal School of Arts and Sciences in Mubi, Gongola State (now Adamawa State). In 1977, she moved to the United Kingdom to study Architecture.
While in the UK, she initially pursued architecture in England but later transferred to Howard University in the United States, where she earned her bachelor’s degree on December 8, 1992.
In 2002, Diezani attended Cambridge Judge Business School, where she obtained her MBA degree. It’s important to note that she received support from the Chevening scholarship during her educational journey.
Meet Alison Madueke Husband
Diezani Alison-Madueke is married to Rear Admiral Allison Madueke (retired), who served as the governor of Imo and Anambra States at various times.
Alison Madueke, her husband became the first Igbo man to head an arm of the Nigerian Armed Forces as the Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS).
Rear Admiral Alison Madueke served in the Nigerian Navy and held significant positions, including Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS). He also served at the Embassy of Nigeria in Washington DC, USA, as a Naval Attache and received the US Presidential Award of Legion of Merit.
Alison Madueke Children
Together, they have six children, consisting of one biological son and five stepchildren. The names of their children are:
- Chimezie Madueke
- Ogonna Madueke
- Ugonna Madueke
- Chima Madueke
- Donald Madueke
- Ngozi Madueke
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