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DAN NWANYANWU’s THOUGHT ON THE CHANGE MANTRA
September 15, 2016Former Labour party chairman, Barr. Dan Nwanyanwu has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to reconstitute his economic team as a matter of urgency, he made the call during an interview on AIT’s...
Dan Nwanyanwu on Budget Padding
August 5, 2016
Dan Nwanyanwu and Chekwas Okorie on Buhari and Igbo question
August 5, 2016
A recognised public face, Dan Nwanyanwu is a respected voice on democracy and good governance in Nigeria and internationally. He has taken part in many documentaries, panel discussions and media interviews.
Barrister Dan Nwanyanwu, mni, OFR.
Barr, Dan Nwanyanwu was born on the 23rd of November, 1959 in Amuzu-Amaimo in Ikeduru local. Government area in Imo State.
He attended St. James primary school in Amuzu and Oraifite boys high school in Anambra state. He studied Labour Management Relations in the school of Business, Howard University, Washington D.C. United states of America. He worked with Union bank between 1979-1993. He was elected as Local secretary and branch secretary in Apapa of the National Union of Banks, Insurance and Financial Institutions Employees (NUBIFIE).
He became the Domestic committe Chairman of the Union Bank unit of NUBIFIE in 1982. With this position he became a member of the National Executive council of the Union. In the same year he was elected as National Treasurer of the National Union of Banks, Insurance and Financial Institutions Employees (NUBIFIE) a post he held till 1989 when he was elected the National president of the National Union of Banks, insurance and Financial institutions Employees (NUBIFIE), which automatically made him a member of the National Executive Council of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC). Read more
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If all politicians love Nigeria passionately the way Dan Nwayanwu does, then Nigeria will not have leadership problem again.