Peter Mbah Biography: Net Worth, Age, Wife, Family, Career, Wiki, Pictures, Pinnacle Oil and Gas.

Everything You Need To Know About PDP Enugu State Governorship Candidate, Dr. Peter Mbah: Biography, Religion, Age, Married, Wife, Children, Net Worth, Instagram, Pictures, Wikipedia, Date of Birth, State of Origin, Family, Parents, Siblings, EFCC, Arrested, Wanted, House, Cars, etc.


Biography and Wiki:
Who is  Dr. Peter Mbah, PDP Governorship Candidate? Dr. Peter Ndubuisi Mbah is a lawyer, financial analyst, and the Chairman/Chief Executive Officer, of Pinnacle Oils and Gas Nigeria Limited. Dr. Peter Mbah emerged as the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, governorship candidate for the 2023 general election in Enugu State.
Dr. Peter Mbah a former Chief of Staff to then-Governor Chimaroke Nnamani emerged victorious during the Party’s primary election conducted on Wednesday at the Nnamdi Azikwe Stadium, Enugu.

Dr. Peter Mbah was also a former Commissioner for finance under the same Chimaroke’s then administration, defeated eight other aspirants after eight withdrew from the election with a total of 790 votes.

Date of Birth, Age, and Birthday:
How old is Barrister Peter Ndubuisi Mbah? Dr. Peter Mbah was born in March 1972 and is currently 50 years old as of 2022. Peter Mbah celebrated his 50th birthday in March 2022.
State of Origin, Hometown:
Where is Peter Mbah from? Mbah, a legal professional, who hails from Owoh in Nkanu East Local Government Area of the state is the
Peter Mbah Tribe:
What tribe is Peter Mbah? Peter Mbah is an Igbo from Nkanu.

Peter Mbah Nationality:
Peter Mbah is a Nigerian.


Family, Parent, and Childhood:
Peter Ndubuisi was born into the family of Mr. and Mrs. Mbah in Nkanu West, Enugu. Peter Mbah grow up alongside his siblings in Port Harcourt, Rivers State where his both parents lived.

Educational Background:
Peter Mbah attended Army Children’s School, Bori Camp, Port Harcourt, Rivers State. At the age of 5 Mbah caught the attention of the entire school due to his brightness.
Mr. Mbah attended the University of East London in the United Kingdom from where he bagged a Bachelor of Laws (LLB Honours) Second Class Upper. Thereafter he attended the Nigerian Law School and was subsequently called to the Nigerian Bar. In 2004 he was awarded the degree of Master of Laws (LL.M) in Maritime Law by the Lagos State University.
Before proceeding to the United Kingdom to study Law.


His Career:
Before proceeding to the United Kingdom to study Law, Mr. Mbah had been the managing director and chief executive officer of several successful companies. He founded Peter Mbah Investments Limited in 1992, a company involved in the provision of services in the oil & gas sector and also the sole representative of an international oil corporation based in Fresno, California USA; Gilpel Industries Limited, a major importer of general goods with an annual turnover over USD300 million. He was also on the board of three other companies.

Mr. Mbah has served at various times as Commissioner for Finance and Chief of Staff to Enugu State Government where he garnered a wealth of firsthand experience in the area of public financial management and project finance among others.
A highly skilled negotiator, he has received several honorary awards from Rotary International District 9140, the Certified Institute of Public Administration and Management, and Newswatch Magazine as one of the ten most outstanding Commissioners in Nigeria in 2005.


Let me formally welcome our distinguished guests and the media to the Ministry of Transport. We are indeed delighted that you have found time within your busy schedule to pay the Ministry a courtesy visit. For a long time, the issue of the logistics of oil and gas in the downstream sector has been a source of concern for the Federal Government. After fruitful research into the problems, the Ministry of Transport came up with an ingenious solution for bridging the oil and gas downstream supply chain infrastructural gaps which will eliminate inefficient and non-cost effective distribution channels. Today we are proud that Pinnacle Oil and Gas Limited approached the Government with an idea that can stand the test of time — the Single Point Mooring (SPM) facility.

The Project:
The project consists of the development of an SPM and Conventional Buoy Mooring {CBM} facilities which include 11 kilometers of subsea and onshore pipeline network with the capacity to handle up to 80% of the total national refined petroleum product demand.

When in place the facility will eliminate any need for lightering or other trans-shipment operations as the norm in the Nigerian downstream industry today and would also negate any need for investment in the construction of a shoreside jetty.
Furthermore, the mooring facilities will enable petroleum cargo vessels of between 5,000MT DWT and 15500MT DWT capacities to anchor and discharge products with minimal vessel congestion as compared to the current situation on the Apapa/Kirikiri axis. The proposed SPM project will make Lekki Free Zone the hub for petroleum product distribution in the Gulf of Guinea.
The project on its own merit attracted the eye of the Federal Government and the approval was given and conveyed to Pinnacle in January this year. The approval of the SPM is in line with the Federal Government’s transformation agenda — to transform the oil industry and cut the landing cost of petroleum products.
The Single Point Mooringfacility in the thinking of the Government will provide major advantages for Nigerians: It will save Nigeria billions of Naira and bring down the cost of fuel and cost of living by creating an effective offloading and distribution channel for petroleum products. The Government will channel the money saved through the SPM into funding its programmes. The Single Point Mooring project is a facility that would comprise a 600,000 MT tank farm for storage on the shore, connected to Single Point Mooring (SPM) and Conventional Buoy Mooring (CBM) facilities.
The project is estimated to cost $250million USD

Benefits of the SPM Project:
The development of the proposed integrated Petroleum terminal is expected to provide benefits to a broad range of stakeholders. Some of the benefits and value propositions the facility will bring to bear are as follows;
To International Petroleum Traders:
The proposed facility would give international traders a significantly lower-cost alternative to their current use of floating storage and improve the competitiveness of their product offerings in the West African markets.

To Petroleum Marketers:
Tank farm operators in the zone as well as other petroleum products importers will be able to gain significant efficiencies and cost savings due to the high level of efficiency the facility will provide.
To The Government and Economy:
• The facilities will open a new vista of opportunities to the downstream Oil and gas industry as a whole and thus attract further investment into the industry.
• The offshore product handling infrastructure will accelerate local capacity building and utilization and create employment.
• The project will address the environmental challenges of the congested Apapa/Kirikiri tank farm activities.
• It will reduce ship-to-ship (STS) operations which will translate to reduced logistics costs in the import of fuel products and also curb the risk of environmental pollution inherent in STS
On behalf of the Ministry, I thank you all for coming. The reward for hard work is more
work. We need you to go out there and ensure that this project is successful. We invite investors and prospective tank farm owners to take advantage of this project and take a position in the Lekki Free Trade Zone. The SPM is the future of refined petroleum product handling facilities in Nigeria.
Thank you


Governorship Primary Election:
Peter Mbah emerged the winner of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) gubernatorial primaries election in Enugu State. Mr. Mbah polled a total of 790 votes in the primaries contested by nine aspirants.
He defeated his closest rival, Mr. Chijioke Edeoga who polled nine votes, followed by Mr. Chinyeaka Ohaa with three votes while Sen. Ike Ekweremadu and Mr. Chukwunta Gilbert with one vote respectively.
The other five contestants which included Prof. Hillary Edeoga, Mr. Ken Onoh, Prof. Barth Nnaji, and Sen. Gilbert Nnaji, scored nil votes.

Only three void votes were recorded in the primary election.
The Chairman of the PDP Gubernatorial Primaries Electoral Committee in Enugu State, Sen. Zik Sunday, who declared the result, described the process as “transparent, credible and peaceful”.
Sunday said that 812 delegates were accredited for the exercise with 807 votes cast.

He said that at the close of accreditation, two delegates from the Oji River Local Government Area were absent.
The electoral committee chairman said that independent observers, including officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission, were on the ground to monitor the exercise.
19 aspirants purchased the gubernatorial nomination form of the party.
However, before voting during the primaries, eight of the aspirants stepped down for Mba.
In his acceptance speech, the governorship candidate pledged to serve with humility and build on the success of the current administration if elected.

According to Mbah, it is our vision to transform our state with the support of the people of the state. It would be recalled that Ekweremadu had in a statement early hours of Wednesday announced his withdrawal from the contest.
Voting at the primaries held in the main bowl of the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium, Enugu state.
Married, Wife and Children:
Is Peter Mbah married, children? Peter Mbah is happily married and their union is blessed with beautiful children, including boys and girls.

His Net Worth:
Peter Mbah’s current net worth is being ascertained as we don’t have any information regarding his real net worth but is believed to have an estimated net worth of about $50 million US dollars, this estimate is yet to be verified.
Peter Mbah Instagram Pictures, Photos:
Peter Mbah’s social media accounts are yet to be determined to get more pictures of him. Check back later as we update you on his latest pictures, videos, and news.

Peter Mbah Foundation:
Peter Mbah Foundation is a non-profit and non-political organization with a major goal to improve the standard of living in rural communities through the provision of services and infrastructure/facilities. These services and facilities include those related to education, and health, including maternal and child care, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), financial empowerment and entrepreneurship as well as support for vulnerable persons.


St. Cecilia Memorial Hospital Owo, Nkanu East LGA, Enugu State. A Project by Peter Mbah Foundation.
St. Cecilia Memorial Hospital Owo was built and equipped with ultra-modern facilities for general medical care.  It is a showcase of indigenous sustainable development partnerships in the health sector. It is a private-faith-based partnership. The hospital is a project of the Peter Mbah Foundation but is managed and run by the Sisters of the Daughters of Divine Love Congregation of for Enugu Catholic diocese. Located at Owo in Nkanu East LGA of Enugu State, it serves the well-being of the Owo community and its environs. The facilities include a laboratory, theatre, pharmacy, X-ray, ultrasound, and maternal and neonatal care. Moreover, it has a standard catering unit and staff quarters.
The Hospital Signpost
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Since its inception on November 22nd, 2021, the hospital has been enjoying robust patronage from the communities around. It took its first delivery on the 2nd of December, 2021. Since then, many women and children have been saved from maternal and neonatal deaths.
Hospital Laboratory


Fixing and Installing of anesthetic machine at St. Cecilia Memorial Hospital Owo


Installing of baby incubator


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