Nkeiruka Chidubem Onyejocha, born on November 23, 1969, is a distinguished Nigerian politician renowned for her impactful leadership in the Federal House of Representatives. Representing the Isuikwuato/Umunneochi Federal Constituency of Abia State, she actively engages in parliamentary activities, advocating for significant national reforms and welfare enhancements for the populace.

Onyejocha’s legislative prowess shines through her sponsorship of bills and motions aimed at protecting citizens’ rights and promoting their well-being. In 2017, she demonstrated her commitment to public health by spearheading legislation ensuring prompt medical attention for gunshot victims, a testament to her compassion and dedication to saving lives. Additionally, her bold stance during the 2019 elections, advocating for equitable power distribution, reflects her unwavering commitment to fairness and inclusivity in governance.

Onyejocha’s extensive political experience, including her past roles as Executive Transition Chairman and Commissioner, underscores her profound dedication to public service and her exceptional leadership qualities. She continues to inspire with her tireless efforts towards building a better and more equitable Nigeria.

As the Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Onyejocha brings her wealth of experience and dedication to the forefront, championing policies and initiatives aimed at enhancing labour rights, promoting employment opportunities, and fostering economic growth in Nigeria. Her unwavering commitment to the welfare of Nigerian citizens continues to drive positive change and progress in the country.