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Profile of Prince Egbe Humphrey Omorodio

Politician, Finance Personnel, Investor, Healthcare Practitioner, Entrepreneur, Motivational Speaker, Cultural Ambassador, Advocate, Humanitarian and Philanthropist.


Prince Egbe Humphrey Omorodion is a proud Edo born politician and philanthropist.
He was born in Benin City at St. Philomena Hospital 58 years ago (10th of March 1965), to Enogie Patrick Igbinovia Omorodion (Enogie of Evbohuan) and Oloi Clara Omorevbaria Omorodion.
Prince Egbe was raised and grew up in Oredo LGA and he is a devout Christian.
He speaks fluent Benin, English, and French languages including a good understanding of the ESAN language.


Prince Egbe hail from Uhunmwode LGA. While his wife is an Edo woman from Orhionmwon LGA.


Prince Egbe is happily married with five children, three boys and two girls.


He attended Iguodala Primary School, Benin City until 1978. He proceeded to Edokpolor Grammar School where he sat for his WAEC in 1983
He also attended Auchi Polytechnic School of Business, where studied and graduated with Higher National Diploma (HND) in Accounting in 1990.
​His National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) was in Port Harcourt (River State) where his service was with First Aluminium PLC in the Finance Department as a Finance Officer from 1990 to 1991.


After his NYSC, he moved to Lagos and worked with First Assets and Leasing Ltd, a Financial and Investment outfit on Obafemi Awolowo Road in Ikoyi where he was employed as a Finance and Investment Officer until October 1992.
He traveled to Paris in 1992 where he lived until 1997 and received French Government bursary to train in Applied International Business with STRAGEFI (1996/1997) before moving to London.
He went further to London Guildhall University (now London Metropolitan University) and graduated with BA (hons) degree in Accounting and Finance (2003). In 2010, he attained a master's degree of Science (MSC) from University of Essex, where he studied Nursing and Hospital Management.


After numerous professional development training courses in England, Prince Egbe Omorodion currently specialises and practices emergency medicine in the North of England.
He has been involved in numerous humanitarian activities worldwide including supporting OXFAM, an international charity group, supporting communities in Edo Sate for road and water boreholes infrastructural development e.g., Evbohuan-Obadan road.
He helps to fund orphanage homes through his club the great Auchi Polytes (GAP) Club annually, a CAC registered club where he is a member of Board of Trustees.
​ He is also the Chairman Board of Trustees of Edograms 1983 Graduates Association, another CAC registered charity that has provided erosion control, security and fencing, blackboards and other materials to the old school.
He gives university scholarships to students earning him several awards and a honorary doctorate degree in recognition for his experience and contribution to the health and welfare of patients worldwide.
He ran a security outfit in France (1995/1996) before moving to England.
He worked for Leeds City Council, the second largest administrative organisation in UK after Birmingham City Council, in the Financial Management Department where he managed the City's budgets as a team member and gained first-hand experience in government Finance Management and Budgetary controls.
​ He was moved though different departments within the City Council which has over 14,000 employees. Prince Egbe is a seasoned administrator owing to his numerous positions and trainings. He currently runs his own business Egbehealthcare Ltd in the UK.


Prince Egbe Humphrey Omorodion is Director of multi-million enterprise and employer of labour. He is the convener of Diaspora for Obi-Datti, an Obidient support group outfit with over 2000 members, convener of Naija and Diaspora 4 Obi-Datti.
He is the current Chairman of the UK Coalition of support groups with membership spanning over 5000. A renowned Diaspora Obidient heavyweight and a "fighter" for a new Nigeria.
He is the current Chairman of Labour Party UK Chapter.
His political ideology is Social Democracy, and he is a member of Labour Party of Nigeria, resident in the UK.