Obianuju Ekeocha is an internationally acclaimed speaker, author and social activist. She was born and raised in southeastern Nigeria.
She is the founder and president of Culture of Life Africa, an organization dedicated to the promotion of an authentic Culture of Life in Africa and beyond. She is the author of Target Africa: Ideological Neocolonialism of the Twenty-First Century (published by Ignatius Press) and the Executive Producer of the 2018 documentary Strings Attached.
Obianuju has advised many African, European and North American legislators and political influencers on issues concerning African women’s health, youth, families, healthcare, foreign aid, education, and culture. She has also worked closely with religious leaders across the African continent and has co-authored a number of pro-life declarations with different African Catholic episcopal conferences.
She has planned, organized and facilitated many major pro-life conferences, strategic seminars and March for Life rallies in various African countries.
Obianuju has travelled the world extensively speaking in more than 50 cities across 17 countries. She has been welcomed as a guest speaker at many high profile meetings and events including policy briefings at the White House, the US State Department and a number of Parliaments around the world. She also frequently addresses her concerns at various United Nations conferences and events.
She has been featured by numerous broadcast networks, including BBC television and radio, EWTN television and radio, Ave Maria Radio, and Relevant Radio.
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.