Synonyms for ifeanyichukwu or Related words with ifeanyichukwu

kolawole              olufemi              mburu              adeoye              owino              ayoola              aboagye              adeniyi              otim              edusei              olajide              moloi              folorunso              yaovi              nsubuga              wiafe              ejike              omolo              akintoye              mwesigwa              yambasu              chukwuma              agyei              okoth              ekwueme              oduor              mulwa              walusimbi              ngeno              mwaba              chelule              onyekachi              njovu              boamah              musembi              oladapo              obiora              agyepong              effah              ugboaja              omondi              mulenga              obiageli              adebanji              thabiso              oluwaseun              archibong              kipkosgei              uzoma              okine             

Examples of "ifeanyichukwu"
Oji "Don Oji" Chukwuemeka Ifeanyichukwu (Oji Chukwuemeka Ifeanyichukwu; born 28 July, 1981) is a Nigerian Carpenter known for his carpentry training program that holds in Abuja, Nigeria.
Ifeanyichukwu Okoye ordained and enthroned as its first
James Ifeanyichukwu Nwobodo was born on 9 May 1940 in Agyaragu, Lafia, Nassarawa State.
- Mr. Cletus Ifeanyichukwu Muonaka (Ekwerazu Town) The First Church Council President St. Michael Catholic Church (English Community) Cotonou
In January 2003, as chairman of the UNPP primary convention, Barda announced that Senator Jim Ifeanyichukwu Nwobodo would be the party's candidate in the April 2003 presidential elections.
The Eze: His Royal Highness, Eze (Dr) Ifeanyichukwu Uwahemu. Nkwo11 of Onicha Nwenkwo Autonomous Community, Ezinihitte Mbaise, Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria.
Dr. Alex Ifeanyichukwu Ekwueme GCON (born October 21, 1932) was the first elected Vice-President of Nigeria, in office from 1979 to 1983.
Ifeanyi Innocent Emeghara (born 24 March 1984 in Lagos) is a Nigerian football player. "Ifeanyi" is a nickname for the Igbo name "Ifeanyichukwu" (meaning ""Nothing is impossible with God""). He most recently played for Gabala in the Azerbaijan Premier League.
Anthony Lawson Jude Ifeanyichukwu Obiawunaotu or Anthony Jude Obi (born March 24, 1988), better known by his stage name Fat Tony, is a Nigerian-American rapper from Houston, Texas.
Ifeanyichukwu Eddie Mbadiwe (born 6 February 1942) is a Nigerian politician who served as People's Democratic Party member of the House of Representatives for Ideato North/South in Imo State.
Ifeanyichukwu Ndubuisi Chikezie Aniebo, commonly known as I. N. C. Aniebo (born 31 March 1939), is a Nigerian novelist and short story writer, who has been called "the master craftsman of the Nigerian short story".
Ndokwa East is a Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the town of Aboh. Ifeanyichukwu Onwukamike was the first elected Executive Chairman of Ndokwa East LGA
Ash Merlyn International School is located in Elelenwo, Port Harcourt, Rivers State. It is a private mixed school serving pupils aged 3 to 11. The school was founded in September 2011 and is focused on "Building global champions". The current Principal as of 2016 is Ifeanyichukwu Okereke.
The (Roman Catholic) Diocese of Awgu ("Dioecesis Auguensis") in Nigeria was created on July 5, 2005, when it was split off from the Diocese of Enugu. It is a suffragan diocese of the Archdiocese of Onitsha. Its first bishop is John Ifeanyichukwu Okoye. The St. Michael Archangel Parish Church in Awgu is the largest church in the diocese and will therefore become its cathedral.
Michael godson ifeanyichukwu, better known as Mike Godson (born October 10, 1985) is a Nigerian actor from IMO State, born in Kano state Nigeria. Since his Nollywood film debut in 2010, he has appeared in an astounding 100+ films, selling millions of video copies. After receiving numerous high-profile awards. Over the years, Mike has been a pioneer in the Nollywood film industry.
James Ifeanyichukwu Nwobodo (Jim Nwobodo) (born May 9, 1940) is a Nigerian businessman and politician who was governor of Anambra State (1979–1983) during the Nigerian Second Republic and was Senator for Enugu East in Enugu State (1999–2003). In 2003, he ran unsuccessfully in the Nigerian Presidential elections.
Ifeanyichukwu Stephanie Chiejine (born in May 17, 1983) is a Nigerian football striker currently playing for SSVSM-Kairat Almaty in the Kazakhstani Championship. She has also played for FC Indiana in USA's W-League, KMF Kuopio and PK-35 Vantaa in Finland and Zvezda Perm in Russia.
Maduka was born on October 5, 1935 in Epetedo area of Lagos state, Nigeria, to Albert Uzeduno Maduka and Cecilia Amamuziam Maduka, who hailed from Illah in Oshimili North Local Government Area of Delta State. At the traditional christening, he was named Ifeanyichukwu, however, his father’s friend and neighbour gave the name Bamidele and that (Dele) quickly became the neighbourhood preference. He was baptised at the Holy Cross Cathedral three months after he was born, with the name Vincent.
Oyi is a Local Government Area of Anambra State, southeastern Nigeria. The towns that make up the local government are Nkwelle-Ezunaka, Awkuzu, Ogbunike, Umunya and Nteje. Oyi is in the epicenter of the present Anambra State and was first created by the Civilian Administration of Chief Jim Ifeanyichukwu Nwobodo in the 1980s with Umunya as its Headquarters. It took its name from the pacific and famous Oyi River that flows northwards into Omambala (Anambra River).
Chinua Achebe was born on the 16 of November, 1930. Achebe's parents, Isaiah Okafo Achebe and Janet Anaenechi Iloegbunam, were converts to the Protestant Church Mission Society (CMS) in Nigeria. The elder Achebe stopped practicing the religion of his ancestors, but he respected its traditions. Achebe's unabbreviated name, Chinualumogu ("May God fight on my behalf"), was a prayer for divine protection and stability. His first novel was called "Things Fall Apart" (1958), and his last was "Anthills of Savannah"(1987). The Achebe family had five other surviving children, named in a similar fusion of traditional words relating to their new religion: Frank Okwuofu, John Chukwuemeka Ifeanyichukwu, Zinobia Uzoma, Augustine Ndubisi, and Grace Nwanneka.