Ambassador M.K. Ibrahim, spent his entire career of 33 years in the Nigerian Diplomatic Service. He served in six countries, the last of which, was Ambassador to Libya, during the government of Col. Gaddafi.
Before his retirement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, he had a stint with the International Fund for Tropical Agriculture (IFAD) in Rome. After his retirement, he was elected the first Chairman of the IOC Independent Human Rights Commission, based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
Ambassador Ibrahim has strong passion for human rights and development. He is currently, a member of the editorial board of ‘ARCAN Foreign Policy Journal’, published by the Association of Retired Career Ambassadors of Nigeria (ARCAN).