A Council member of the Nigerian Bar Association Section on Public Interest and Development Law (NBA-SPIDEL), Mr. Dorn Cklaimz Enamhe has lost his brother to the cold hands of death.

The deceased, Mr. Emeka Peter Enamhe, was a staff of Federal College of Education, Obudu, Cross River State before his demise. He is survived by his wife and three brothers who are all lawyers.

A statement made available to CITY LAWYER reads: 


The death has been announced of Mr. Emeka Peter Enamhe, younger brother to University of Calabar, UNICAL Alumni Relations Officer, Dr. Dorn Cklaimz Enamhe.

Until his death, Peter Enamhe was a staff of Federal College of Education Obudu, Cross River State.

Late  Enamhe was born on the 19th January, 1971 to the family of late Sir and Noble Lady Dominic Okpashi Enamhe KSJI, of Atiambi-Gakem in Bekwarra Local Government Council of Cross River State.

He attended St. Benedict Primary School, Ogoja where he obtained the First School Leaving Certificate in 1983. Thereafter, he proceeded to the prestigious Mary Knoll College, Okuku where he passed the West African School Certificate in 1989.

On completing his Secondary School Education, he proceeded on further studies to the University of Calabar, Calabar where he graduated in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science degree (B.Sc) in Agricultural Science. He completed the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) programme in Kaduna State in 2000.

Due to Peter’s quest for further education, he enrolled and completed the Post- Graduate Diploma programme in Management (PGDM) in 2003 and Master in Business Administration (EMBA) in 2004.

After the NYSC, Peter had a stint with the Bekwarra Local Government Council as Agricultural Assistant until he secured a job with the Federal College of Education (FCE), Obudu where he started his working career as Administrative Officer 2 in 2009 and rose to the rank of Assistant Deputy Registrar in 2021, a position he held until his death on Thursday, 25th January, 2024. He was a member of the Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM)

Peter was a devout Christian of the Catholic faith. PENAM, as he was fondly called, was a sociable personality who valued friendship and fitted into many groups and social circles.

He is survived by his wife, Blessing and four children as well as his siblings. They include Dr. Dorn Claimz Enamhe, Bar Emma Enamhe (a former Permanent Secretary and Chief of protocol to former Gov. Donald Duke) and Hon. Bar Marc Enamhe, a former member of the Cross River State House of Assembly and former NBA National Fin Sec.

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