PDP salutes Natasha at 44

Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has congratulated Senator Natasha Akpoti-Uduaghan (Kogi Central), as she clocks 44 today.

The party, in a statement on its verified handle Saturday, lauded Natasha’s dedication and commitment towards growth and development of Nigeria at large.

“44 Happy Cheers to the First Female Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in Kogi Central, Distinguished Senator @NatashaAkpoti.

“We are proud of your dedication and commitment to the development of our great Party, the @OfficialPDPNig, the women folks and our nation in general.

“We celebrate you on this special occasion of your birthday and wish you more years of service to the good people of Kogi State and your constituents. Happy birthday 🎉 Ma,” the statement read.

Natasha is the second of four children and the only daughter of a Nigerian father and a Ukrainian mother. Her mother, Ludmila Kravchenk, is a Ukrainian from Rakitna in the region of Chernivtsi. Her father, Dr Jimoh Abdul Akpoti, is from Obeiba-Ihima, Kogi, where she spent her early life. She lost her father in 1998 and the family had to relocate.

On March 5, 2022, the distinguished senator tied the knot with Alema of Warri, Chief Emmanuel Uduaghan (a relation to former Delta governor Emmanuel Uduaghan), in a ceremony at her native home in Ihima. She is blessed with four kids.


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