Prince Chinedu Munir Nwoko, popularly known as Ned Nwoko, is a prominent Nigerian figure known for his diverse roles as a lawyer, politician, and philanthropist. Born on December 21, 1960, in Idumeje Ugboko, Aniocha, Delta State, Nigeria, he hails from the royal family of Nwoko. Ned Nwoko’s journey of academic excellence led him to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Law and History at the prestigious University of Keele in the UK. He furthered his education at King’s College in London, where he earned an LLM in Maritime and Commercial Law and was called to the English bar at Lincoln’s Inn. Over the years, Ned Nwoko has made significant contributions to Nigeria’s legal and political landscapes, advocating for transparency and democratic institutions. Apart from his professional endeavors, he is also well-known for his high-profile marriage to Nollywood actress Regina Daniels.
Prince Chinedu Munir Nwoko Early Life and Education:
Ned Nwoko was born into the royal Nwoko family in Idumeje Ugboko, Delta State. His educational journey began in Nigeria before he embarked on further studies in the United Kingdom. He pursued a bachelor’s degree in Law and History at the esteemed University of Keele and continued his legal education at King’s College in London, obtaining an LLM in Maritime and Commercial Law. His dedication to knowledge and achievements in the legal field earned him an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the Commonwealth University College in Belize and another honorary degree from the Federal University of Petroleum Resources Effurun (FUPRE) in Delta State.
Prince Chinedu Munir Nwoko Career:
Ned Nwoko started his legal career as a prosecutor for the crown and later became a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales. He worked at reputable law firms, including Kumars Solicitors and Pascaldiers & Co Solicitors, before establishing his own firm, Ned Nwoko & Co Solicitors in London.