Emmanuel Ikechukwu Umeonyirioha is a Writer, Translations Director, Sino-Nigeria Relations and Language Expert and University of Oxford Scholar.
Emmanuel Ikechukwu Umeonyirioha started Translation Director (Chinese) for Abibiman publishing based in the United State and United Kingdom on November 1st 2021.
In January 2021, Emmanuel Ikechukwu Umeonyirioha became the Communication Engineer for TEC Engineering Company Nigeria LTD. A Chinese construction company based in Nigeria which is currently a sub-contractor for China Harbour Engineering Company LTD. jointly constructing a massive Lekki Deep Seaport located at Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria. A Chinese contribution company based in different part of the world.
In January 2017, Emmanuel Ikechukwu Umeonyirioha became the international Project Manager and Procurement Manager at International Sport and Training Academy (ISTA). ISTA is non-profit organization with it’s headquartered in Switzerland.
Emmanuel Ikechukwu is the founder of Executive Bridge TEB. A company based on connecting businesses between countries and continents though the company is still under development.
Emmanuel Ikechukwu is also a master of ceremony for occasions and ceremonies. Ikechukwu can anchored in Chinese, English and Igbo languages.
Emmanuel Ikechukwu is an academic Research at Xiamen University, China.
Emmanuel Ikechukwu Umeonyirioha inducted by the University of Oxford as its first Ìgbò language lecturer.
An elated Umeonyirioha disclosed this via his Twitter handle on Thursday night, as he noted that it was the first time that the language would be taught in the UK-based university.
“It is official that I am the first official Ìgbò language lecturer at the number one university in the world, the University of Oxford.
“Our induction happened today by Marion Sadoux, Head of Modern Language Programmes, University of Oxford Language Centre.
“This became possible in an account of the James Currey Society. This is the first time the Igbo language will be taught at the university. History has been made,” the young lecturer tweeted.
Umeonyirioha while confirming that his maiden class comes up next Thursday, 3-4 pm, on 12 Woodstock Road, said he is so happy and grateful for the opportunity.
He promised to make the Ìgbò language and culture known to the world.