ABOUT ALICE UKOKO
I was born at ‘Full Moon” on a certain day in 1948,
I was told that the day I was born, it rained and the sun shone at the
same time. My birth was not registered thus the actual day of my birth
was a subject of speculation and determination based on social event
around the time. I am the sixth child of my parents who are now both
Giving the circumstances of my conception and
birth, I was not expected to survive. But I did.
My father is Chief Joseph Igbeyi Ukoko of Ezede
Quarters in Uzereland in Isoko South Local Government Area of Delta
State. My mother is Madam Christiana Ogbereyalagha Ukoko from Eka
family of Enebeli Street; Ekiugbo in Ughelli North Local Government
Area of Delta State...
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Alice Ukoko is a human right
defender who has devoted her entire active life since 1994 to the
campaign to end human rights abuses in Nigeria and to being the
“voice” for African women and their families.
The focus of her work has
been to raise the awareness of the international community to the
human right abuses going on in Nigeria and the Niger Delta in
particular. Your visit to this website will enable you to read about one woman’s
effort geared towards saving a Nation
of 150 million people.
Haven campaigned to end direct military rule in Nigeria, Alice Ukoko
now wishes to extend her commitment to enthroning enduring democracy
in Nigeria further. She wishes to lead a transparent government of
reconstruction in Delta State from May 2007. This she hopes will give
her the opportunity to lay the foundation of a modern Delta State.
wish to affirm my belief in Nigeria and to say that, as man is
perishable, the Almighty God who created and Blessed Nigeria (Niger
Delta) shall “ARISE” to judge us all.
you are a believer in God then please READ: Isaiah chapter 10: from
verse 1 to 34.
Alice Ukoko is not a religious fanatic
but she believes that there is a God who shall arise and judge us all
whether we believe in Him or NOT.