OKEHI, Phobe Onukwubiri

midwife, born January 8, 1926, Obazu-Mbieri, Mbaitolu/Ikeduru, Imo State; married Benson Oparaku Okehi 1948, three sons, two daughters; Education: Holy Trinity Church emment School, Aba, 1937, Mbieri Central School, Mbieri, Owerri, 1938-39; "Career: Appointed Mid-wife in charge of Atta Maternity Home, Owerri, 1941-43; Midwife, Pioneer Domiciliary Mid-wifery, Aba, 1943- 44; Staff Midwife, Aba General Hospital, Aba, 1946-47;Staff Midwife, Massey Street Government Hospital, Lagos, 1947-51; founder and Proprietor Matron, Obalende Maternity Home, Lagos, since 1952; member, International Confederation of Midwives Delegate, 1975, 1979 and 1983; National Treasurer, Young Women Christian Association, since 1983; member. World Council Delegate, 1983 and 1987; Adjutant, Girls Brigade, Lagos Island District; President, Private Practising Midwives Association (Lagos Branch); member, Family Planning Association; member; National Council of Women Society; Traditional Title: Chief Lolo, Lady Theoebe Onukwubiri, Okehi; Hobbies: sports, travelling, knitting, reading, visits; Official Address: Obalende Maternity Home, 29 Odo Street, Obalende, Lagos; Telephone: 01-680-546; Home: 30, AjeniyaStreet,Obalende, Lagos;Telephone: 01-680-512.
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