Aisha Ahmad Suleiman
Aisha Ahmad Suleiman born is a Northern Nigerian female polo player, photographer and an entrepreneur. She is from Kogi state. She was born and brought up in Kaduna state, Nigeria. Aisha is one of the very few black female polo players in the world and the only female polo player from the Northern Nigeria at the moment. She plays for the Kaduna Polo Club.
Digital Communications Expert
Elizabeth Ovayioza Ajayi
Halima Abdulkareem Onyekehi
Hamzat Lawal (Hamzy!) is an activist who has successfully led grassroots campaigns in over 40 African countries with over nine years experience in the non-profit sector and specializes in practical issues associated with Climate Change, Open Data, advocacy campaigns and development policies as it affects rural and deprived grassroots communities.
Hamzy! is also the Founder of Follow The Money, a Pan-African grassroots data-driven movement and leads a team of technology & innovation driven campaigners to amplify voices of marginalized communities in promoting accountability as it affects utilization of public funds focusing on specific communities across Africa.
He is currently the Chief Executive of Connected Development (CODE), under his leadership CODE won the ONE Africa 2016 Award which recognizes, rewards, and advances the exceptional work of Africa based organisations; dedicated to helping the continent achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Inya J. Ode is a trained Veterinary Surgeon from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria and a Broadcaster of repute, with over 10 years experience.
Inya has interests in children and women affairs including health, education and general well-being. She has been involved in various humanitarian outreaches with various organizations to cater to the needs of the poor and vulnerable including IDPs, orphans, widows and young people.
Inya is guided by set values in life including integrity, hard work, transparency, respect for humanity, generosity, charity & discipline.
Inya is currently in the development space & works with the Lux Terra Leadership Foundation, an indigenous non-profit organization offering specialized training, capacity building & advocacy experiences aimed at the transformation of the Nigerian society towards good governance, justice, unity, peace & wholesome development.
Inya comperes events & also teaches Public Speaking. She sings, reads & willing to learn new skills.
Malik Ado Ibrahim
CEO, NEXT TV Africa. Founder, BICENERGY Ltd
Nasiruddin Shuraim Abdulmumin
Talk Show Host
Founder/Host, Did You Know with Shuraim Show
Doctor with focus on public health
Ozavogu Abdulsalam Khalid is an Independent Travel Documentary Photographer and Filmmaker based in Abuja, Nigeria. Khalid sees Photography and Filmmaking as a medium of expression and even more, it is a great way to preserve memories, make meaningful connections and experience the world. Khalid believes that Photography and Filmmaking can inform, educate, and shape narratives and as such for him, it is always about storytelling and as much as truthtelling — to better help us see and understand situations.
Khalid is an internationally published Photographer who has been on assignments for international and local organizations such as UN Women, World Food Programme, EHealth Africa, NEEM Foundation, and has also been commissioned for brands like TECNO Mobile.
With a passion for growing the Art community in Nigeria, Khalid founded WakaSnapNG, a community of advanced and beginner photographers.
Renewable Energy Expert
Dr. Sanusi Ohiare was appointed as the Executive Director, Rural Electrification Fund under the Rural Electrification Agency at 32 years, making him the youngest Executive Director in a Federal Agency.
His love for education and passion for the electricity sector propelled him to enrol and obtain a PhD degree in Rural Energy Development from the prestigious Institute for Energy and Sustainable Development (IESD), De Montfort University, Leicester, UK in 2014, and is currently the only Nigerian with that specialization.
Before his appointment in April 2017, he worked with the German International Cooperation Agency (GIZ), as a National Advisor on Rural Electrification, under the Nigerian Energy Support Programme (NESP), co-funded by the European Union and German Government. In this capacity, he provided technical support to the Rural Electrification Agency and Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission;
Sanusi has over 11 years’ experience within the Rural Electrification Space.