Uju Ekeocha

Obianuju Ekeocha is an internationally acclaimed pro-life speaker and strategist, born and raised in southeastern Nigeria.

She has been welcomed as a speaker at pro-life events in more than 40 cities in 15 different countries around the world as well as the United Nations and has been featured by numerous broadcast networks, including BBC television and radio, EWTN television and radio, Ave Maria Radio, and Relevant Radio.

Obianuju has advised many African legislators, African United Nations Ambassadors and other decision makers on pro-life issues. And she has also worked closely with Religious Leaders from different African countries and has co-authored a number of pro-life declarations with different African Catholic episcopal conferences .

Her pro-life opinion pieces, articles and blog posts have been published by many media outlets, including the Vatican’s Pontifical Council of the Laity web site, Catholic Online, Catholic Exchange, Catholic Stand, Aleteia, Life Site News, Mercatornet and various African news platforms.

She has proposed, planned, organized and facilitated many major pro-life conferences, strategic seminars and March for Life rallies in various African countries.

She is the founder and president of Culture of Life Africa, an organisation dedicated to the promotion and propagation of an authentic Culture of Life in Africa through the dissemination of good information, sensitisation and education.

Consistent with her love for the wonder of life, Obianuju also works presently as a Specialist Biomedical Scientist in the United Kingdom. Prior to her current position, she was a Medical Laboratory Scientist at the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital. She holds a Master’s degree in Biomedical Science from the University of East London and a Bachelor’s degree in Microbiology from the University of Nigeria.

Uju Ekeocha’s presentation: “The 21st Century Neo-Colonialism of Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights in 3rd World Countries” is available below:

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