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Our Board.

Members of the Devatop Centre for Africa Development Board.

Bar. Carol Ndaguba, OON

Board Chair

Bar. Carol Ndaguba was the first Executive Secretary/Director General of National Agency for Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP). She is a legal practitioner, administrator, and civil servant.

Within the last 35 years, Carol has worked with Federal Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Police Affairs, Ministry of Transport, Nigerian Port Authority, and Ministry of Finance.

She has received several awards such as: Order of The Niger by Federal Government of Nigeria, and Dr. Kwame Nkrumah Leadership Award.

She has served in the board of different reputable national and international organizations

Dr. Nwachukwu Udodi Chibuike

Patron

A biologist, educationist, and youth advocate with over 12 years experience in academic field. He is a senior lecturer at University of Nigeria Nsukka andAlvanIkoku Federal College of Education Owerri (A.I.F.C.E).

He has served as the Director of Consultancy of (A.I.F.C.E), president of Full Gospel Business men Fellowship (Alvan chapter) and currently serving as the Director of Tertiary Education Trust Fund at A.I.F.C.E. He has mentored different youth organizations in Imo state.

Osuigwe Joseph

Executive Director

Osuigwe Joseph is anti-human trafficking advocate, author, educator, and gender equality champion. He studied education and mathematics from University of Nigeria Nsukka.

During his National Youth Service, he trained over 1600 students, women, and educators on how to combat human trafficking. He has worked both in educational institutions and non-governmental organizations before founding Devatop Centre for Africa Development. Osuigwe has groomed and engaged over 100 volunteers in the fight against human trafficking.

Mrs. Iwuji Pauline Chinenye

Board Secretary

Mrs. Iwuji Pauline is an economist, educator and girl’s right advocate. She has worked in financial institutions for 15 years before joining the educational sector.

Iwuji has inspired and motivated thousands of girls in different communities in Okigwe zone, Imo state. As a philanthropist, she has given financial supports to rural women, especially widows. She consults to schools and organizations.