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COMR. MAMAH CELESTINE ONYEBUCHI is a Distinguished Humanitarian, a Public Speaker, an NGO consultant, a Change Maker cum Strategist.

He is a graduate of Project Management Technology from the prestigious Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State. He is an Administrative Officer with the Department of Human Resource Management (Training & Logistics Section), Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCT-Abuja.

He is an Associate Member, Nigeria Institute of Management (Chartered) and an Associate Member, Institute of Professional Managers and Administrators of Nigeria (IPMA). He is a certified Safety Supervisor cum leadership expert, a course he did with OSHAcademy.

Comr. Celestine is a Professional Humanitarian Fellow, Institute for Humanitarian Studies and Social Development.

He is awarded the prestigious Humanitarian Merit Award of the Institute as the Humanitarian Best Volunteer of the Year 2019 for his contributions to Humanitarian Services and Social Development, particularly for his Selfless Service to the growth of the Institute and Humanitarianism at large; an award that was presented to him by the Regional Head/Country Representative of United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), Dr. Larry Boms at the 7th Annual Humanitarian Public Lecture/Graduation Ceremony & Fellowship Induction of Institute in collaboration with National Orientation Agency (The Presidency) to commemorate the International Day for Disaster Reduction held at Abuja, Nigeria.

Prior to his Fellowship status cum employment with the FCTA, he is a full member and logistic officer of Institute for Humanitarian Studies and Social Development, Nigeria (IHSD) in charge of logistics and training, a position that earned him the Outstanding Volunteer Award of the Institute in 2018 due his superlative performance as a volunteer.

He doubles as the National Alumni Secretary, and Abuja Chapter Vice Chairman of the Institute’s Alumni Association.

Comr. Mamah Celestine Onyebuchi holds certificate in Security, Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism from Murdoch University, Australia, and a Certificate in International Development from University of East Anglia, United Kingdom.

Due to his passion for youth development and Humanitarianism as a concept, he has gone ahead to obtain a certificate in Leadership, and Introduction to Sustainability and Development, both from Deakin University, Australia.

To be able to create a wider impact with his FOUNDATION (Agnes Ekeh Foundation), he took a certificate course in Digital Skill: Social Media, and Digital Marketing from Accenture (a Multinational Professional Services Company).

He has worked with Federal Capital Territory Administration in Department of Public Transportation as a student intern, and Engineering Department with Federal Road Maintenance Agency (FERMA) Abuja as a graduate intern.

His quest for youth development has taken him to various conferences which includes but not limited to;

  1. African Youth Congress, to share view on the issues of corruption as it affect Nigeria and Africa.
  2. Nigeria Innovation Summit, to address the need for innovation/social development in Nigeria.
  3. Young Leadership Assembly, organised in collaboration with Mandela Washington fellows Alliance Nigeria Chapter and United State Government to discuss issues affecting Nigeria youth.
  4. Several programmes of African Union Economic, Social and Cultural Council (ECOSSOC), Etc…

Comr. Mamah’s leadership prowess and love for the youth can be traced to his early school days as a Labour Prefect, the Provost of his Departmental Association, and as a Director of Research of his Faculty Association in his University days.

These leadership qualities built over the years and still building have put him on the frontline of selfless services towards humanity and social development.

He is the Founder/Co-ordinator of AGNES EKEH FOUNDATION; a non-profit organization that is established with the sole purpose of evaluating and providing the needed resources that improve the living conditions of the youth and indigent persons in Nigeria/Africa.


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