|Military Governor of Anambra State|
August 1990 – August 1991
|Preceded by||Robert Akonobi|
|Succeeded by||Joseph Abulu|
|Military Governor of Enugu State|
August 1991 – January 1992
|Succeeded by||Okwesilieze Nwodo|
Lt. Colonel Herbert Obi-Eze was appointed Military Administrator of Anambra State in Nigeria in August 1990 during the military regime of General Ibrahim Babangida. During his tenure, Enugu State was split off from Anambra on 27 Aug 1991, with Obi-Eze continuing as governor of Enugu State. He handed over power to the elected civilian governor of Enugu State, Okwesilieze Nwodo in January 1992.
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