Edos Dr. Erhabor Ighodaro Contesting US Senate Position

October 25, 2019

This is a story of pride and inspiration to many Edos Worldwide. If you are a Nigerian in Florida,  please support a candidate that his appointment will not only work for the American Families, but will also inspire millions of Africans (Edos included), of the opportunities in the world if you work hard. Africa needs role models and Dr. Erhabor Ighodaro is one of them. Thank you America. Now lets go out and vote in 2020  #FloridaSenate #Ighodaro4Senate







As State Senator, Dr. Erhabor Ighodaro will work tirelessly to ensure that our residents and our families come first.

#FloridaSenate #Ighodaro4Senate




Miami Times Newspaper Features Read to Lead



The legacy continues “I grew up eating fruits from trees others planted. Now I must plant seeds that will grow trees and bear fruits I may never eat from,” (Dr. Ingram).

Big up to Rep. James Bush, III for making this happen and a special thanks to all our community leaders that were represented.


L-R (front) Vice Mayor Chris Davis (Opa Locka), Commissioner Shaleen Bass (Opa-Locka), School Board Member Dr. Steve Gallon, III, Dr. Delores Ingram-Baker, State Representative James Bush, III, Mrs. Thelma Calloway-Blatch
L-R (rear) Dr. Cynthia Clay (Principal Dr. Robert B. Ingram Elementary School), Mayor Mathew Pigatt (Opa-Locka), Commissioner Joseph Kelley (Opa-Locka), Lt. Tamara Ingram-Key, Hon. Erhabor Ighodaro, PhD

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