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Dekeri Anamero

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Dekeri Anamero (born 25th October 1969 in Okpella, Etsako East L.G.A of Edo State) is a Nigerian businessman and politician.

{{Infobox Member of House of Representatives

| honorific_prefix = Honourable 
| name        = Dekeri Anamero 
| honorific_suffix = MHR
| state       =  Edo
| constituency    = Etsako 
| term_start  =  June 2023 
| predecessor =  [[Johnson Oghuma]]
| Party   =  [[All Progressives Congress]]


He attended Ugbedogun primary school, Ogute-Okpella where he obtained his first school leaving certificate. He then proceeded to Ogute Oke Secondary school and thereafter, he bagged a Degree in Law at the Edo State University Ekpoma(now Ambrose Ali University).


The 'seasoned and shrewd'[1] businessman currently chairs Danco Group; one of the key players in the downstream oil and gas sector. Anamero’s Danco secured the 2017 Business Initiative Directions’ international gold honour during the organization’s 30th World Quality commitment award ceremony in Paris.[2]


He contested for the seat of the member representing Etsako Federal Constituency at the green chambers under the All Progressives Congress (APC) and in the May 27, 2022, primary elections, he defeated the incumbent Representative to become the flag bearer of the broom party.[3] Subsequently, during the General Elections held on February 25, 2023, Anamero as announced by the INEC Returning officer polled 58,392 to beat his closest rival, Hon. Andrew Momodu of PDP, who had 25,132 votes.[4]


  1. "Welcome to Danco Petroleum". Retrieved 2023-10-27.
  2. "DANCO wins Gold at WQC Awards". Vanguard News. Retrieved 2023-10-27.
  3. Retrieved 2023-10-27. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  4. Ochoga, Patrick (2023-02-27). "Mercy Johnson's Husband, Akpatason, Okpebholo, Anamero Win Edo NASS Seats". Retrieved 2023-10-27.

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