116 ABU Zaria Notable Alumni | Prominent people who studied at ABU

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ABU Zaria Notable Alumni – See the full list of prominent people who studied at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria and their current position in the society.

Ahmadu Bello University is a public university located in the city of Zaria, Kaduna State, Northern Nigeria. The university have graduated over 800,000 students since its inception in 1962.

116 ABU Zaria Notable Alumni | Prominent people who studied at ABU

Notable Alumni of the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria

Some notable alumni of the university include Senator Dino Melaye, Late Former President Unaru Musa Yarádua, Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, Former CBN Governor and current Emir of Sokoto Sanisu Lamido Sanusi, and former Vice President Namadi Sambo

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This is the alphabetical list of some notable alumni.

  1. Adamu Adamu, Minister of Education
  2. Ahmed Tijani Mora, Pharmacist, former Registrar, Pharmacists Council of Nigeria.[2]
  3. Azubuike Ihejirika, former Chief of Army Staff
  4. Atiku Abubakar GCON, former Vice President, Federal Republic of Nigeria
  5. Ayodele Awojobi, Scientist and Professor at University of Lagos
  6. Attahiru Jega, Professor, former chairman, Independent National Electoral Commission
  7. Abubakar El-Kanemi, Shehu of Borno
  8. Adamu Mu’azu, former Bauchi State governor
  9. Afakriya Gadzama, former Director General, Nigerian State Security Service
  10. Andrew Yakubu, former group managing director, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation.[3]
  11. Ahmed Makarfi, former Kaduna State governor
  12. Aminu Safana, Medical Doctor, Politician
  13. Abdullahi Mustapha, former Vice Chancellor, Ahmadu Bello University
  14. Adamu Sidi Ali, politician
  15. Abdul Ganiyu Ambali, academic, former Vice Chancellor, University of Ilorin
  16. Awam Amkpa, playwright, professor of Damatic Arts
  17. Andrew Jonathan Nok, Biochemist, fellow Nigerian Academy of Science
  18. Adetoye Oyetola Sode, Engineer, former Military Administrator of Oyo State
  19. Ayo Salami, jurist, and former President of the Nigerian courts of appeals.[4]
  20. Aminu Abdullahi Shagali, politician
  21. Abdulmumini Hassan Rafindadi, former Vice Chancellor, Federal University, Lokoja
  22. Akanbi Oniyangi, Minister of Commerce and Defense during Nigeria’s Second Republic
  23. Audu Innocent Ogbeh, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development
  24. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, Governor, Kano State
  25. Abubakar Umar Suleiman, Emir of Bade
  26. Abdalla Uba Adamu, professor, vice chancellor, National Open University
  27. Ayo Omidiran, politician
  28. Bukar Abba Ibrahim, former Governor, Yobe State
  29. Bashiru Ademola Raji, professor of soil science
  30. Bilkisu Yusuf, journalist, women’s rights activist
  31. Bola Shagaya, economist, Business magnate.
  32. Boss Gida Mustapha, Secretary to the Government of the Federation
  33. Cornelius Adebayo, academic, technocrat
  34. Clarence Olafemi, politician, former Acting Governor, Kogi State
  35. Clara Bata Ogunbiyi, jurist, Justice of the Supreme Court of Nigeria
  36. Carol King, actress
  37. Donald Duke, former Cross River state governor
  38. Dahiru Musdapher, former Chief Justice of Nigeria
  39. Danladi Slim Matawal, academic, civil engineer
  40. Elizabeth Ofili, physician, cardiologist
  41. Emmanuel Dangana Ocheja, lawyer, politician
  42. Emmanuel Kucha, academic, Vice Chancellor, University of Agriculture, Makurdi
  43. Elnathan John, lawyer, novelist
  44. Faruk Imam, Justice kogi state judiciary
  45. Fatima Batul Mukhtar, vice chancellor, Federal University Dutse
  46. Ghali Umar Na’Abba, former Speaker, House of Representatives
  47. Gani Odutokun, academic, painter
  48. Garba Nadama, former Governor of Sokoto State during Nigeria’s Second Republic
  49. Garba Ali Mohammed, former Military Administrator of Niger State
  50. Halima Tayo Alao, architect, former Minister of Environment and Housing
  51. Ibrahim Geidam, Governor, Yobe State
  52. Idris Legbo Kutigi, former Chief Justice of Nigeria
  53. Ibrahim Lamorde, former Chairman, EFCC
  54. Isa Yuguda, former Governor, Bauchi State
  55. Ibrahim Hassan Dankwambo, Governor, Gombe State
  56. Ibrahim Geidam, Governor, Yobe State
  57. Ibrahim Garba, current Vice Chancellor Ahmadu Bello University
  58. Ibrahim Zakzaky, Shiite-Islam cleric, founder, Islamic Movement in Nigeria
  59. Ibrahim Shekarau, former Governor, Kano state
  60. Ibrahim Shema, former Governor, Katsina State
  61. Ibrahim Umar, scientist, former Vice Chancellor, Bayero University
  62. Isa Marte Hussaini, professor, fellow, Nigerian Academy of Science
  63. Mustapha Idrissa Timta, former emir of Gwoza
  64. Jerry Gana, former Information Minister
  65. Jimmy Adegoke, climate scientist, academic
  66. John Obaro, technology entrepreneur, founder, SystemSpecs
  67. James Manager, lawyer, politician
  68. Joshua M. Lidani, lawyer, politician
  69. Kabiru Ibrahim Gaya, former Governor, Kano state
  70. Kumai Bayang Akaahs, jurist, Justice of the Supreme Court of Nigeria
  71. Lawal Musa Daura, current Director General, Nigerian State Security Service
  72. Lucy Jumeyi Ogbadu, former Director, National Biotechnology Development Agency
  73. Lucy Surhyel Newman, banker
  74. Mohammed Bello Adoke, former Minister of Justice & Attorney General of the Federation
  75. Maryam Ciroma, former Minister of Women Affairs
  76. Mansur Mukhtar, former executive director of the World Bank
  77. Mike Omotosho, National President of the Labour Party (Nigeria)
  78. Mohammed Bawa, retired colonel, former military administrator of Ekiti and Gombe States.
  79. Muhammadu Kudu Abubakar, traditional ruler, Agaie Emirate
  80. Mustapha Akanbi, former head, Independent Corrupt Practices Commission
  81. Musa Datijo Muhammad, Justice of the Supreme Court of Nigeria
  82. Muhammad Mustapha Abdallah, Head, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency
  83. Mohammed Mana, army officer, former Military Administrator of Plateau State
  84. Margaret Ladipo, academic, Rector, Yaba College of Technology
  85. Nuhu Ribadu, former Chairman, EFCC
  86. Nnenadi Usman, former Finance Minister
  87. Namadi Sambo, former Vice President, Federal Republic of Nigeria
  88. Nasir Ahmad el-Rufai, Governor, Kaduna State
  89. Oladipo Diya, retired Lt. General, Nigerian de facto Vice President from 1994 to 1997 [6]
  90. Oyewale Tomori, scientists, university administrator, President, Nigeria Academy of Science
  91. Otaru Salihu Ohize, politician
  92. Patrick Ibrahim Yakowa, former Governor Kaduna State
  93. Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, former Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria, current Emir of Kano
  94. Samuel Oboh, architect
  95. Shamsudeen Usman, former Minister of National Planning
  96. Shehu Ladan, former GMD, NNPC
  97. Shettima Mustapha, former Minister of Agriculture, Defence and Interior
  98. Samuel Ioraer Ortom, former Minister of State, Trade and Investments
  99. Sunday Awoniyi, Northern Yoruba leader, former Chairman, ACF
  100. Solomon Arase, former IGP, Nigeria Police Force
  101. Simon Ajibola, politician, former senator, Kwara South
  102. Suraj Abdurrahman, architect, army officer
  103. Salamatu Hussaini Suleiman, lawyer, former Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development
  104. Sadiq Daba, actor, former anchor at Nigerian Television Authority
  105. Stephen Oru, former Minister of Niger Delta Affairs
  106. Salisu Abubakar Maikasuwa, politician
  107. Turai Yar’Adua, former First Lady
  108. Umaru Musa Yar’Adua, GCFR, former President, Federal Republic of Nigeria
  109. Usman Saidu Nasamu Dakingari, former Governor, Kebbi State
  110. Ussif Rashid Sumaila, economist
  111. Umaru Tanko Al-Makura, Governor, Nasarawa State
  112. Usman Bayero Nafada, former Deputy Speaker, House of Representatives
  113. Usman Umar Kibiya, former acting head, Nigeria Immigration Service
  114. Yayale Ahmed, former Secretary to the Government of the Federation
  115. Yusuf Abubakar Yusuf, Senator Taraba Central
  116. Zainab Abdulkadir Kure, politician

 

 

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