A Nigerian man, Kaycee Madu has being appointed as a Minister of Justice in Alberta, Canada.
Kaycee, an Igbo man, who hails from Mbaise, Imo state, graduated from the University of Lagos with a law degree in 2001 and moved to Canada in 2005 with his spouse. The couple are blessed with three children.
Premier Jason Kenney on Tuesday August 25, elevated Madu to the justice portfolio from Municipal Affairs in a cabinet shuffle that saw Calgary-Elbow MLA Doug Schweitzer move from justice to an economic portfolio.
Madu has made history as the first Black Canadian to occupy either provincial or federal justice positions of the justice minister, attorney general or solicitor general.
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Madu, who has practiced law both in Nigeria and Alberta, was first elected as an MLA in the April 2019 general election.