TORONTO, November 14, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — Bursting into tears is something Obianuju Ekeocha just doesn’t do.
After all, the Nigerian-born founder of Culture of Life Africa is a pro-life advocate, and like so many involved in that mission, “we’ve seen it all, we’ve seen so many difficult things.”
Indeed, for those who don’t know, Ekeocha has sangfroid to spare.
She faced down a hostile BBC television host to unflappably debunk the myth that contraception is a “human right” and the answer to poverty in Africa.
She coolly rebuked a socialist Danish delegate at the United Nations for the neo-colonialism in pushing abortion without asking Africans if they want it — which they don’t.
She researched and wrote a book on the abortion agenda in Africa that Ignatius Press will publish this spring, and her documentary on the same subject, Strings Attached, is in post-production and also set for release in early 2018.
And with a B.Sc. in microbiology from the University of Nigeria, and a Masters in biomedical science from the University of East London, she has done all this while working full time as a specialist biomedical scientist in Canterbury, England.
But all this seemed of little account when Ekeocha met Canadian pro-life activist Mary Wagner for the first time.
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