Michael Agidee

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Michael Agidee (1900) was a Nigerian politician from the Western Ijaw region of Nigeria. He was one of the inaugural members of the Action Group in 1951 and was elected into the Western House of Assembly in the same year. Prior to joining the Action Group, he worked at the Postal Department in Lagos and at John Holt, in the case of the latter, he rose to become the Chief Clerk. As a staff of John Holt, he was the first African member of staff to go on study leave abroad. He was among the founding memebrs of the Ikoyi Club in Lagos and sponsored a football club in lokoja present day kogi state. Micheal Agidee was born Micheak Ogwu but later on changed his surname to Agidee which means "Strong Willed One". He held the title of Olotu of Akugbene Mein which is currently held by his son to his wife from the Royal House of the Ojomo's in Owo Dr Rowland Feakede Agidee.