Tony Anenih: Ex-PDP Board of Trustees chairman dies In London after cancer battle
Former PDP Board of Trustees chairman Chief Tony Aneni Alias Mr Fix it has passed away, aged 74, following a battle with cancer at a private London hospital at 6:43 pm
Late Chief Anenih collapse on Sunday Morning while taking breakfast at his Durham Broadway private London house after being recently discharged.
Chief Tony Anenih lays unconscious in West Bromptom Hospital Tuesday, his wife and physician sat in a hospital hearing room five floors above, locked in dispute over whether to keep him alive or let him die.
A massive stroke last month brought the 74-year-old retired Nigerian Politician to West Bromptom Hospital , where doctors removed a large section of his skull due to swelling — a trauma that stole much of his brain function and continues to place him in medical peril, Dr. Robert Fowler, one of Anenih’s physicians to issue the death certificate on Thursday.
Born on August 4, 1933. He is a Nigerian politician who served as the Minister of Works and Housing under the regime of former Nigerian President, Olusegun Obasanjo. He was born in Uzenema-Arue in Uromi, Edo State of Nigeria.
Tony Anenih joined the Nigeria police force in Benin City in the year 1951. After obtaining his secondary school qualifications, he attended the
police college in Ikeja, and was among the lucky individuals selected for further training in the
Bramshill Police College, Basingstoke, England in 1966 and the International Police Academy,Washington DC in 1970. He was the police orderly to the first indigenous Governor General of Nigeria, Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe.
He also worked as an instructor in various Nigeria’s police colleges, and in the year 1975, he was assigned to the Administrative Staff College (ASCON), Lagos.
Tony Anenih retired from the Nigeria Police after he became a Commissioner of police.
After his retirement from police, Anenih joined politics, and became the State Chairman of the Nation.