|Major-General David Akpode Ejoor|
|Governor of Mid-Western Region|
January 1966 – August 1967
|Preceded by||Dennis Osadebay|
|Succeeded by||Albert Okonkwo|
|Chief of Army Staff|
January 1971 – July 1975
|Preceded by||Hassan Katsina|
|Succeeded by||Theophilus Danjuma|
|Born||10 January 1932 (age 90)|
Ovu, Bendel State, Nigeria
|Political party||None (military)|
Major-General David Akpode Ejoor rcds psc (born 10 January 1932) is a retired Nigerian Army officer and politician. He was once governor of the now-defunct Mid-Western Region. David Ejoor was the governor of the Mid-Western State of Nigeria, during the Biafra Civil War. He then served as Chief of Army Staff from January 1971 to July 1975.
- Ejoor, David Akpode (1989). Reminiscences. Malthouse Press Ltd. ISBN 978-978-2601-37-7.
- "Focus on the growing role of women in oil region crisis". IRIN. United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. 2002-07-16. http://www.irinnews.org/report.aspx?reportid=33584. Retrieved 2007-07-31.
- Nigerian-army.org, Military biography
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