DR(MRS) OSSAI JULIET NKONYEASUA. - The first female Ph.D holder from Ekuku Agbor.
Juliet Ojeme Ossai was born on 22nd February, 1964 into the family of Mr and Mrs Alexander Ojeme of Oroma Quarters in Ekuku Agbor, Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State. She had her Primary School Education at Omie Primary School, Ekuku Agbor from 1971 to 1977. During this period, just like every other child in her time; she walks to primary school barefooted since her Sander is reserved for Sunday Church Service and other special festive period. As soon as she obtained her First School Leaving Certificate in 1977, she moved to Benin City to start living with her Elder brother Prof Ojeme Emmanuel. While in Benin City, our auntie Julie transformed from a village girl to a township chic! She is married to Deacon Paul Ossai, the MD/ CEO of Palosi Ventures LTD. Major distributors of Ayola Foods , the Company is also into haulage services. The marriage is blessed with four wonderful Children and grand Children:
Dr (Mrs) Ossai is presently, the Head of Department, Social Studies Education, College of Education, Agbor. She is a multidisciplinary woman:
A prolific writer who has authored and coauthored so many textbooks and academic publications in both National and International Journals. She has also attended National and International Conferences.
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People of the world, may we celebrate this pacesetter who was the first female Doctorate degree holder from Ekuku Agbor, the first female Head of Department in the department of Social Studies, College of Education, Agbor. In spite of her numerous achievements, she always acknowledges the 'Finger of God' in her life. She also appreciates the man behind it all, Deacon Paul Ossai for creating an enabling environment for her to excel. She confided in me that her 'NextLevel' will be Philanthropy, Philanthropy and more Philanthropy.
Best wishes Amazon Dr(Mrs) Juliet Ossai.
© Ewere Okonta