Hon. Nduka Irabor, a journalist of International repute, was born on December 9, 1958 . He hails from Ika in Delta State of Nigeria.
He attended St. Peter's Primary School Benin City and Nigerian Baptist Convention School , Boji-Boji-Owa in Delta State .
He did his Advanced Level Education at the Institute of Continue Education , Benin – City, Edo State in 1976. He acquired the following Profession Journalism Training: Certificate In Journalism from Times Institute of Journalism, Lagos 1979, Commonwealth Fellowship in Advanced Journalism from Commonwealth Fellowship work-study, British Media Organisation, 1986; Three months Sandwich Programme for Newspaper Managers in the United States of America, 1989.
He worked in various capacities with Bendel Radio , Benin City.
The Observer Newspaper, Benin-City and Punch newspaper, Lagos .
He eventually joined the Guardian Newspaper in 1978 where he rose to the apex editorial position as the Editor of the African Guardian Magazine. In January 1991, he was appointed to serve his dear country as the Chief Press Secretary to the Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Between September 1993 and October 1998 he was into Private Consultancy Services as the Managing Director of Noricomms Ltd, a Public Policy Consultancy firm. Also, the Executive Director, Godas Energy Ltd, a Service and Procurement Company for the Water and Energy Sectors.
In June 1999 he was elected into the House of Representatives, the lower chamber of the National Assembly of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, representing Ika Federal Constituency. He is the Chairman of the Committee on Communications.
The Committee which comprises forty members is saddled with the responsibilities of articulating policy direction, issues, view and public input into enabling legislation to guide a vibrant private sector-led telecommunications Industry.
Hon. Nduka Irabor is happily married with children.
He is an avid sports fan and a voracious reader.