Hon. Anderson Nkemakonam Madubike graduated from Anambra State University of Science and Technology, Nigeria and came out with BSc Honours in Public Administration. He joined the Nigerian Foreign Service as a Foreign Service Officer (FSO) on 18th February, 1993, and attended the Foreign Service Academy, Lagos, Nigeria, from April, 1993 to April, 1994. On completion of the one year programme, he obtained a Postgraduate Certificate in International Relations, Law and Diplomacy. Thereafter, he returned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Headquarters in Abuja and was deployed to the Department of Administration, Protocol and Legal Unit, until August 1998. He was then posted to Nigeria Mission in Lisbon-Portugal. In December 2000, Hon Madubike was recalled to Abuja and deployed to the Office of the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
After his diligent and satisfactory service at the Office of the Permanent Secretary, he was moved to Nigeria High Commission in Accra, Ghana, where he was in-charge of the Administration of the Chancery, Trade Issues, Welfare of Nigerians etc, from April 2003-April, 2007, marking a period of four (4) years.
Consequently, the officer was recalled to Abuja and deployed to Nigeria Christian Pilgrims Commission (NCPC); a Parastatal under the Presidency, as the Special Assistant to the Executive Secretary (NCPC), where he was in-charge of Operations and Logistics between the periods of June 2007-DEC.2010.
He was saddled with other Ad-hoc Duties, one of which was the Secretary, Presidential Committee for Christian Pilgrimage to the Holy Land of Israel for consecutive two (2) years, (2007/2008). Thereafter, he was posted to Nigeria High Commission, Pretoria, South Africa, and was scheduled the role of Head of Chancery; in-charge of Administration, Trade Issues, Education Maters, and Welfare of Nigerians, etc, for the period (Jan 2010-June 2012).
From June 2012 to December, 2013, he was posted to the Office of the First Lady, Wife of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, as Director of Protocol, where he served undaunted and meritoriously.
Hon. Anderson Madubike had taken part in many international conferences and training programs. In August 1998, he went to India and participated at the 19th Professional Course for Foreign Diplomats, organized by Indian Ministry of Foreign Relations and obtained a Certificate of Attendance.
In August 31st –8th September, 2001, he was part of the Nigerian delegation that participated at the World Conference against Racism, Xenophobia and other Related Intolerance, a United Nations sponsored programme. In October, 2006, he attended a course on Disarmament, Demolition and Reintegration (DDR), jointly organized by Kofi Anna International Peacekeeping Training Center, Accra and Pearson Peacekeeping Centre, PPC).
More importantly, in July 2012, he took part in a course on the Structure of the Security Council, Negotiation and Drafting of Security Council Resolution, Pretoria, South Africa jointly organized by United Nations Institute for Training and Research, in partnership with International Relations and Cooperation Department, Republic of South Africa.
He was posted to Nigerian Consulate General, Atlanta Georgia, as Deputy Consul-General in-charge of NIDO, Information and Economics from June, 2014 – August 2017.
In June, 2017, Hon. Anderson Madubike was appointed Nigerian Consul General, Consulate-General of Nigeria, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China and assumed duty in September, 2017 till date.