Mrs. Elizabeth Petkwap
Wapmuk was born on the 8th August, 1954 to Mr. and Mrs. Clement Baba Penshior.
She had her primary education at Our Lady’s Primary School, Kaduna from 1963 to
1969. Her secondary education was at Queen Amina College, Kaduna from 1970 to
1974 and higher school at the School of Preliminary Studies, Keffi from
Mrs Elizabeth Petkwap Wapmuk was born on 8th August 1954. She attended Our Lady’s Primary School in Kaduna from 1963 – 1969 and proceeded to Queen Amina College in Kaduna from 1970 – 1974. She was awarded B.Sc in Sociology by University of Jos in 1982.
Prof. Elizabeth Wapmuk
served the National veterinary Rsearch Institute in Vom, Jos South.
Wapmuk has attended many Short Courses/Workshops both locally and
internationally on such subjects as, Intensive Speech and Report Writing
(University of Jos), Financial Management and Public Finance (University of
Jos), Development Education and Leadership Services (DELES Programme, Nigeria
Northern Zone), Capacity Building Workshop for Staff of Ministerial SERVICOM
Units (ASCON) and Basic Procurement Course (Bureau of Public Procurement).
Others are Workshop on Management of Higher Institutions (ASCON), National
Pension Workshop, Sensitization Course on the New Public Service Rules, Total
Quality Management Course, Sensitization Course on the New Public Service Rules
and the Champions for Change Leadership Training Course, Accra, Ghana.
Mrs. Wapmuk has a wealth of experience in Administrative and Community service.She was Secretary NVRI Management Committee, Secretary NVRI Tenders Board, Secretary NVRI Training Committee, Secretary NVRI Guest House Committee, Secretary NVRI Works Verification and Certification Committee, Member NVRI Management Committee, Member NVRI Training Committee, Chairman NVRI SERVICOM Committee, Member NVRI Productivity Award Committee and Chairman NVRI Training Committee. Others are Chairman, NVRI Staff School Management Board, Chairman, NVRI Junior Staff Appointment, Promotion and Disciplinary Committee, Member; Plateau Peace Conference (2004), and National Treasurer, Goemai Unity Development Organization (GUDO).
is also a member of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations.
Elizabeth Petkwap Wapmuk is married to Professor Longman Sambo Wapmuk. They are
blessed with five children and many grandchildren.