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Lee Maeba

Lee Ledogo Maeba
Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria
In office
May 2003 – May 2011
Preceded by Magnus Ngei Abe
Constituency Rivers State South East
Personal details
Born February 1966
luwa- ogoni- rivers state
Nationality Nigerian
Political party People's Democratic Party (PDP)
Spouse(s) Mrs Aya Maeba
Children 4 lovely kids, 2boys and 2 girls
Residence Abuja/ port Harcourt
Occupation politician
Religion christian

Lee Ledogo Maeba is a Nigerian politician who was elected senator for the Rivers State South East constituency on the People's Democratic Party (PDP) platform in April 2003, at age 37, and was reelected in April 2007.[1] As of 15 March 2004, Maeba was a member of the Pan-African Parliament.[2] He was a member of the Committee on Trade, Customs and Immigration Matters, one of the Ten Permanent Committees of the Pan-African Parliament.

Maeba was born in February 1966. He obtained a BSc Degree in Technology from University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt. Before becoming a senator he was a Justice of the Peace and a State Party Vice Chairman.[1] He is married to Mrs. Aya Maeba, who also is from a family of politicians. In a May 2009 survey of senatorial performance in the 6th National Assembly, ThisDay noted that he had sponsored several bills related to oil exploitation, and gave him an "average" rating.[3]


  1. ^ a b "Sen. Lee Meaba". Nigerian Senate. Retrieved 28 March 2010. 
  2. ^ "List of Members of the Pan-African Parliament" (PDF). African Union. Retrieved 28 March 2010. 
  3. ^ "An Improved Senate, But Some Uninspiring Senators...". ThisDay. 24 May 2009. Retrieved 28 March 2010. 

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