|5th Vice-President of Kiribati|
|Preceded by||Beniamina Tinga|
|Alma mater||Victoria University of Wellington (BA)
University of East Anglia (MA)
She is also Minister for Education, Youth and Sports Development. It is a position she had held previously, before heading the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Cooperatives in 2007 and then returning to Education, Youth and Sports Development in 2008.
Onorio was educated at Victoria University of Wellington (BA) and the University of East Anglia (MA). She served as Member of Parliament for the Arorae constituency from 1998 to 2002. She is the daughter of Rota Onorio, president of Council of State, and acting President of Kiribati from 10 December 1982 until 18 February 1983.
President Anote Tong reappointed Onorio to a third consecutive term as Vice President on January 19, 2012, as part of his cabinet appointees. She was sworn into office for her third term on the 19th January 2012.
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