About me  

I was born on November 20 in the early 70's  in Ibadan Southwestern Nigeria. I work as a Programme and Research Officer on Governance, Security, and Human Rights at the Centre for Democracy and Development  CDD in Lagos, Nigeria. The CDD is an international non-governmental organisation and has an international office in London. Prior to this, I have studied at the University of Ibadan, where I gained a BSc in Psychology and an MSc in Political Science. I had training in peace building and conflict management at the Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution (ASPR) in Stadtschlaining, and at LECIA, University of Ghana. My areas of interest include: Democracy; Conflict Analysis and Peace-Building; Human Rights; and Humanitarian Assistance. I also coordinates the youth programme, and the CDD Economic Community of West Africa States (ECOWAS) West Africa Civil Society Forum (WACSOF) programmes. I have had various fellowship awards including  the Commonwealth Professional Fellowship offered by the Association of Commonwealth Universities UK. I was a fellow at the Commonwealth Policy Studies Units CPSU London, from February to April 2005, focusing in  particular on conflict conflict prevention, peace-building and youth involvement in the Commonwealth.


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