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Blessing Omakwu, Esq.
Executive Director

Blessing Omakwu, Esq. is responsible for the leadership and management of the Ina Omakwu Foundation. She studied Government and International Relations, with minors in Business Administration and French at the Oral Roberts University (USA) and graduated with first class honors (summa cum laude). Subsequently, she earned a Juris Doctor (Law) from George Washington University Law School (USA). Upon graduation, she received the Outstanding George Washington University Law Graduate Award from the USA’s National Association of Women Lawyers.

Blessing has gained work experience with a Washington D.C. based immigration law firm, the United States Department of Justice (Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section), the United Nations, and the Nigerian Federal House of Representatives’ Committee on Human Rights. She is a member of the New York Bar.
 
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Sa’adatu Bowsan
Programs Coordinator

Sa’adatu Bowsan provides leadership on the technical aspects of the foundation’s projects and oversees the day-to-day management of its program activities.
She holds a Bachelors Degree in Political Science from the University of Abuja and is presently enrolled in a master’s programme in Policy Analysis at the same institution. She has undergone leadership training at the African Centre for Leadership Strategy and Development (Centre LSD) School of Leadership, and is an alumnus of the African Leadership Forum’s (ALF) Democratic Leadership Training Programme.

Sa’adatu has 9 years experience in the development sector with a focus on fundraising, programme development, management and evaluation; as well as not-for-profit institutional development and management. Her career has focused on elections, governance and political development in Nigeria and within Sub-Saharan Africa. She has participated in election observations and related activities in Sierra-Leone, Egypt, Ghana and across Nigeria.

She worked as the Director of Programs at Alliance for Credible Elections (ACE), a foremost civil society organization and facilitator of mass based groups focused on electoral reform processes and governance systems in Nigeria.
 
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  regina Regina Nuhu
Operations Coordinator
(Volunteer)

Regina Nuhu (or ‘Aunty Regina’ as she is fondly called) is FWC’s Missions Director, and guides the operational aspects of the foundation’s projects. She developed an interest in missions work at an early age while she was attending Harvesters for Christ Church, Kaduna.

Between 1989-1991, she attended the Trinity College of Ministerial Arts Aba in Abia State to study Theology. Following her training, she returned to her home state (Kaduna), and worked as a missionary and church planter for several years among the Adara, Gbagyi and Kujama people.

In 1999, Aunty Regina started work with Family Ministry International’s missions department. Today she heads FMI’s Missions Department where she oversees support to over 1400 widows, 38 agencies, and 400 missionaries in Nigeria and Africa.
 
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Kuzaswat Jagaba
Administration Officer

Kuzaswat Jagaba is responsible for the day-to-day administration of the foundation and the management of its financial records. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Ahmadu Bello University (Zaria, Nigeria) and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA), from the University of Wales (Cardiff, UK).

After concluding a course with the Nigeria College of Accountancy in Plateau State, he became a member of the Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN). He is presently enrolled in an Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA) qualification course.

Kuzaswat Jagaba has gained work experience with Marks & Spencer, Next Home and Lloyds Banking Group in the United Kingdom.
 
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