Chukwuma Bamidele AZIKIWE, 19402015 (aged 75 years)

Chukwuma Bamidele Azikiwe
Name
Chukwuma Bamidele /AZIKIWE/
Given names
Chukwuma Bamidele
Surname
AZIKIWE
Birth February 1940 35 30

Note:

Chief Chukwuma Bamidele Azikiwe (February 1940 – 10 May 2015) was a Nigerian diplomat and political figure. He was the second Owelle-Osowa-Anya of Onitsha and the eldest son of President Nnamdi Azikiwe, the first holder of the chieftaincy

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Neville Chamberlain
from May 28, 1937 to May 10, 1940 (aged 3 months)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Winston Churchill
from May 10, 1940 to July 26, 1945 (aged 5 years)

World War 2 from September 1, 1939 to September 2, 1945 (aged 5 years)

33rd President of the United States
Harry S Truman
April 12, 1945 (aged 5 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Clement Atlee
from July 26, 1945 to October 26, 1951 (aged 11 years)

National Health Service
Free healthcare for all
from July 5, 1948 (aged 8 years)

Olympic Games
Games of the XIV Olympiad
from July 29, 1948 to August 14, 1948 (aged 8 years)
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Winston Churchill
from October 26, 1951 to April 6, 1955 (aged 15 years)

34th President of the United States
Dwight D Eisenhower
January 20, 1953 (aged 12 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Anthony Eden
from April 6, 1955 to January 10, 1957 (aged 16 years)

Birth of a sisterJayzik AZIKIWE
May 12, 1958 (aged 18 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherObed-Edom Chukwuemeka AZIKIWE
1958 (aged 17 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Harold Macmillan
from January 10, 1957 to October 19, 1963 (aged 23 years)

35th President of the United States
John F Kennedy
January 20, 1961 (aged 20 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Alex Douglas-Home
from October 19, 1963 to October 16, 1964 (aged 24 years)

36th President of the United States
Lyndon B Johnson
November 22, 1963 (aged 23 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Harold Wilson
from October 16, 1964 to June 19, 1970 (aged 30 years)

37th President of the United States
Richard Nixon
January 20, 1969 (aged 28 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Edward Heath
from June 19, 1970 to March 4, 1974 (aged 34 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Harold Wilson
from March 4, 1974 to April 5, 1976 (aged 36 years)

38th President of the United States
Gerald Ford
August 9, 1974 (aged 34 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
James Callaghan
from April 5, 1976 to May 4, 1979 (aged 39 years)

39th President of the United States
Jimmy Carter
January 20, 1977 (aged 36 years)

Winter of Discontent
Mass industrial action, power cuts and a three-day working week.
from October 1978 to February 1979 (aged 39 years)
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Margaret Thatcher
from May 4, 1979 to November 28, 1990 (aged 50 years)

40th President of the United States
Ronald Reagan
January 20, 1981 (aged 40 years)

Death of a motherFlora Azikiwe
1983 (aged 42 years)

41st President of the United States
George H W Bush
January 20, 1989 (aged 48 years)

Death of a fatherChief Benjamin Nnamdi AZIKIWE
May 11, 1996 (aged 56 years)
Date of entry in original source: April 26, 2017
Quality of data: primary evidence
Date of entry in original source: August 5, 2020
Quality of data: primary evidence
Note: Born February 4, 1947, in Afikpo, Nigeria; daughter of Lawrence A. (a sergeant major of police) and Florence (a trader and homemaker; maiden name, Ugo) Ewah; married Nnamdi Azikiwe (a political leader; first indigenous president of Nigeria), 197 3 (died May 11, 1996); children: Molokwu Azubuike, Uwakwe Ukuta. Ethnicity: "Igbo." Education: University of Nigeria, B.A. (with honors), 1981, M.Ed. (curriculum studies), 1985, M.Ed. (sociology of education and women's studies), 1989, Ph.D., 19 92. Religion: Christian. Hobbies and other interests: Dancing, cooking, "listening to good music."
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
John Major
from November 28, 1990 to May 2, 1997 (aged 57 years)

42nd President of the United States
Bill Clinton
January 20, 1993 (aged 52 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Tony Blair
from May 2, 1997 to June 27, 2007 (aged 67 years)

43rd President of the United States
George W Bush
January 20, 2001 (aged 60 years)

Death of a sisterJayzik AZIKIWE
January 31, 2008 (aged 67 years)
Cause: Banjul, Banjul City, Gambia
Burial of a sisterJayzik AZIKIWE
2008 (aged 67 years)
Note: Unknown, Specifically: She was buried on February 9, 2008 in Banjul, The Gambia
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Gordon Brown
from June 27, 2007 to May 11, 2010 (aged 70 years)

44th President of the United States
Barack Obama
January 20, 2009 (aged 68 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
David Cameron
from May 11, 2010 to July 13, 2016 (aged 76 years)

Olympic Games
Games of the XXX Olympiad
from July 27, 2012 to August 12, 2012 (aged 72 years)
Death May 10, 2015 (aged 75 years)
Cause of death: respiratory ailments
Note:

Azikiwe died at Borommeo Hospital in Onitsha on 10 May 2015 at the age of 75. He is said to have suffered from respiratory ailments prior to his death.

Family with parents
father
Azikiwe Nnamdi -
19041996
Birth: November 15, 1904 25Zungeru, Niger State, Nigeria
Education: Master's degree in Religion1930Pennsylvania, United States
Nationality: Nigeria
Occupation: Presidentfrom 1963 to 1966
Death: May 11, 1996Enugu State, Nigeria
mother
himself
Chukwuma Bamidele Azikiwe
19402015
Birth: February 1940 35 30
Death: May 10, 2015Onitsha, Onitsha North L.G.A, Anambra State, Nigeria
brother
Chukwuemeka AZIKIWE
brother
Nwachukwu AZIKIWE
sister
Ngozi AZIKIWE
brother
Molokwu AZIKIWE
brother
Uwakwe AZIKIWE
younger sister
Jayzik Azikiwe 1
19582008
Birth: May 12, 1958 53 48London, City of London, Greater London, England
Death: January 31, 2008Banjul, Gambia
Father’s family with Uche EWAH
father
Azikiwe Nnamdi -
19041996
Birth: November 15, 1904 25Zungeru, Niger State, Nigeria
Education: Master's degree in Religion1930Pennsylvania, United States
Nationality: Nigeria
Occupation: Presidentfrom 1963 to 1966
Death: May 11, 1996Enugu State, Nigeria
step-mother
19471996
Birth: February 4, 1947Afikpo, Afikpo North L.G.A, Ebonyi State, Nigeria
Education: B.A. (with honors)1981Nsukka, Nsukka L.G.A, Enugu State, Nigeria
Death: May 11, 1996
half-brother
Uwakwe Ukuta AZIKIWE
half-brother
Molokwu Azubuike AZIKIWE
Father’s family with Ugoye Comfort Aneche
father
Azikiwe Nnamdi -
19041996
Birth: November 15, 1904 25Zungeru, Niger State, Nigeria
Education: Master's degree in Religion1930Pennsylvania, United States
Nationality: Nigeria
Occupation: Presidentfrom 1963 to 1966
Death: May 11, 1996Enugu State, Nigeria
step-mother
half-sister
Chiebonam AZIKIWE
half-brother
Nwamalubia AZIKIWE
half-brother
Okechukwu AZIKIWE
Birth

Chief Chukwuma Bamidele Azikiwe (February 1940 – 10 May 2015) was a Nigerian diplomat and political figure. He was the second Owelle-Osowa-Anya of Onitsha and the eldest son of President Nnamdi Azikiwe, the first holder of the chieftaincy

Death

Azikiwe died at Borommeo Hospital in Onitsha on 10 May 2015 at the age of 75. He is said to have suffered from respiratory ailments prior to his death.

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Note: Chief Chukwuma Bamidele Azikiwe was a Nigerian diplomat and political figure. He was the second Owelle-Osowa-Anya of Onitsha and the eldest son of President Nnamdi Azikiwe, the first holder of the chieftaincy.
Biography of Chukwuma Azikiwe

Chief Chukwuma Bamidele Azikiwe (February 1940 – 10 May 2015) was a Nigerian diplomat and political figure. He was the second Owelle-Osowa-Anya of Onitsha and the eldest son of President Nnamdi Azikiwe, the first holder of the chieftaincy.[2]

Education and political career

Azikiwe studied and graduated from Harvard Business School in 1964. He ran unsuccessfully for the Social Democratic Party Anambra State gubernatorial nomination in 1991.[2] After his father died in 1996, he succeeded him as the second Owelle-Osowa-Anya of Onitsha.[3][4]

Death

Azikiwe died at Borommeo Hospital in Onitsha on 10 May 2015 at the age of 75. He is said to have suffered from respiratory ailments prior to his death.[2]

References

  1. ^ Emmanuel Obe (22 August 2014). "Azikiwe calls for immortalisation of Adadevoh"The Punch. Archived from the original on 18 September 2015. Retrieved 18 September 2015.
  2. Jump up to:a b c Vincent Ujumadu (12 May 2015). "Zik's first son, Chukwuma, dies at 75"VanguardAwka. Retrieved 18 September 2015.
  3. ^ "Obiano Commiserates with Azikiwe Family"The Sun. 12 May 2015. Archived from the original on 10 August 2015. Retrieved 18 September 2015.
  4. ^ "Sons and Daughters of Independence Heroes"Thisday. 29 September 2012. Archived from the original on 8 October 2012. Retrieved 18 September 2015.