Emeka Onwuliri Nigeria Beautiful Watches

 



She was graduate assistant, 1981-1984; assistant lecturer, 1984-1987; lecturer 11, 1987-1990; lecturer 1, 1990-1993; senior lecturer, 1993-2001, reader, 2001-2004; professor, 2004.  She  is  a  member,  executive  committee,  International  AIDS  Society,  Geneva; Nigerian  Society  of  Biotechnology;  Nigerian  Society  of  Experimental  Biology;  African Society for the Biochemistry of Lipids; founder, Federal University of Technology, FUTO, Women  Association;  member,  Auxiliary  Knights  of  St  John  International,  KSJI.  She  was deputy  governorship  candidate  of  the  People’s  Democratic  Party,  PDP,  in  the  2011 elections in Imo State. She has 57 publications to her credit.



 






 




Adaku  Onwuliri,  educationist,  author,  woman  leader,  professor  of  Biochemistry,  was running  mate  to  former  governor  Ikedi  Ohakim  of  Imo  State.  Born  in  Umuokisi,  Amuzi, Ahiazu Mbaise local government area of Imo State, the current Minister of State, Foreign Affairs attended University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 1975-1979; University of Jos, 1981-1991; Howard  University,  Washington  DC,  USA,  1990;  Harvard  School  of  Public  Health, Boston,  USA.  She  was  graduate  assistant,  1981-1984;  assistant  lecturer,  1984-1987; lecturer  11,  1987-1990;  lecturer  1,  1990-1993;  senior  lecturer,  1993-2001,  reader 2001-2004;  professor,  2004.  She  is  a  member,  executive  committee,  International  AIDS Society,  Geneva;  Nigerian  Society  of  Biotechnology;  Nigerian  Society  of  Experimental Biology;  African  Society  for  the  Biochemistry  to  Lipids;  founder,  Federal  University  of Technology,   FUTO,   Women   Association;   Member,   Auxiliary   Knights   of   St   John International, KSJI. She has 57 publication to her credit.


 





 






She  is  propagating  the  nation’s  transformation  agenda  to  the  international  community. After  her  appointment  as  minister  of  state  together  with  the  Honorable  Minister  of Foreign Affairs Amb, Olugbenga Ashiru and the second minister of state for foreign affairs, much  success  have  bben  achieved  in  the  foreign  affairs  Ministry.  Strong  commitment  to the promotion of democracy and democratic values in foreign policy exertions in Africa, as evident  in  Nigeria  position  and  efforts  in  Mali,  Guinea  Conakry,  Libya,  Liberia,  Cote d’Ivoire, Guinea Bissau, Equatorial Guinea etc.