Dr. Uche Oboko

https://thetaleofmummyhood.com/lifestyle/kem40rpxph Dr Uche Oboko was born to the family of Mr and Mrs Sunday Abor Osammor of Idumu Ogwude Quarters, Ogwashi-Uku, Delta State. She started her academic career in 1979 at Community Primary School, Amawbia, Awka South Local Government of Anambra State where she obtained her First School Leaving Certificate in 1985. The same year, she gained admission to Girls’ Secondary School Amawbia. In 1989, when she was in Senior Secondary 1 (SS1), she lost her father. The sad incident brought her back to Ogwashi-uku at the end the session. In 1990, Uche was admitted to St Roses’ Girls Grammar School, Ogwashi -Uku where she completed her secondary school education in 1991. In 1993, she gained admission to Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka where she studied English Language and Literature. She graduated in 1998 with a Second Class Honours Upper Division.
As an undergraduate, Dr Oboko was very active in campus politics. She was the class captain from her first year to her final year, the treasurer of Students’ Union Government 1995/96 academic session, the Public Relation Officer Delta State Students’ Association 1996/97 academic session and the Vice- President of Faculty of Arts Students’ Association 1997/98 academic session. Also, during her mandatory NYSC Programme in Ondo State, she was appointed the Corps Liaison Officer in Owo Local Government in 1999.
After graduation, Dr Oboko worked briefly as customer service officer in Home Gyms Equipment Limited, Ikoyi, Lagos from 2000-2001 before proceeding to the University of Nigeria, Nsukka where she obtained a Masters Degree in English Language and Literature in 2006. In 2007, she joined the employ of Madonna University, Nigeria as an Assistant Lecturer.
Her enduring interest in education, self development and professionalism took her back to Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka in 2010 where she obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Educational Foundation in 2012 and Doctor of Philosophy degree in English Language in 2016.
Dr Oboko is a professional to the core. He understands the ethics of the teaching profession. His membership of the various professional bodies attests to this fact. She is a member of English Language Teachers Association of Nigeria (ELTAN), International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL) among others. Currently, she is a senior lecturer and Head, Department of English, Madonna University, Nigeria. She has many articles in notable journals as well as main line books in Language and Communication. Her research interest include: politeness studies, linguistics, sociolinguistics, syntax and teaching of English as a second language. Dr Oboko is happily married and the marriage is blessed with children.

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