Asi Archibong-Arikpo Biography, Career, Family, Networth, Wiki

Who is Asi Archibong-Arikpo?

Asi Archibong-Arikpo (12 November 1919 – 22 November 2005) was a Nigerian midwife, politician, and fashion designer, she was born in Calabar.
Asi Archibong-Arikpo
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Hon. Elder (Chief) Mrs. Asi Archibong-Arikpo
Born
Asi Archibong

12 November 1919

Died 22 November 2005 (aged 86)
Nationality Nigerian
Education Dublin, Ireland
Occupation midwife, politician, and fashion designer
Title Hon. Elder
Spouse(s) Okoi Arikpo
Children 1

How Old is Archibong-Arikpo’s

12 November 1919 – 22 November 2005

Archibong-Arikpo’s Early life

Asi Archibong was born in Calabar, the daughter of William Archibong Young and Archibong Young, parents of the Efik ethnic group. She attended Duke Town Presbyterian School in Calabar and trained in Dublin, Ireland as a midwife.

Archibong-Arikpo’s Career

Archibong-Arikpo was head of a maternity hospital in Ugep, Nigeria, for two years. Archibong-Arikpo also pursued a career in fashion design. In 1963, she said she was working on a national bridal dress for Nigeria. Her gowns were often blue and gold, colors she associated with the Presbyterian Church. She sold her dresses to raise funds for church mission activities.

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In 1969, she was ordained as a ruling elder in the Presbyterian Church of Nigeria. In 1975, she was elected president of the Presbyterian Women’s Guild in Nigeria, a role she filled until 1982. As a politician, she was elected to the Calabar Municipal Council in 1977 and served in the Cross River State legislature from 1979 to 1983.

She visited the United States with her husband in 1963 and spoke to reporters about her own work as a midwife and designer. She went to North America again in 1969, with her husband, who was addressing the United Nations.

For her lifetime of diverse achievements, she was honored with a chieftaincy in 1975 and named “National Grandmother” by the Christian Girls in Training in 1990.

Archibong-Arikpo’s Personal life

Asi Archibong met Okoi Arikpo in London when he was a doctoral student; they married in London in 1950. They had a daughter, Itam. Asi Archibong-Arikpo was widowed when her husband died in 1995. She died ten years later, at age 86.

Archibong-Arikpo’s Net Worth

Her estimated Networth has not been made available to the public.

Archibong-Arikpo’s References

  1. Jump up to:a b c d e William Arikpo, “Hon. Elder (Chief) Mrs. Asi Archibong-Arikpo” Archived 2016-10-19 at the Wayback Machine Nigerian Chronicle (25 August 2015).
  2. Jump up to:a b Bonnie Seymour, “Too Much Time or Not Enough?” The Fresno Bee (16 November 1963): 7. via Newspapers.comopen access
  3. ^ Ethel L. Payne, “So This is Washington” Pittsburgh Courier (1 November 1969): 7. via Newspapers.comopen access

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