Our Team

Our Team

Each and every one of our team and volunteers at one point had wrong perception about the National Assembly. After just two months of Legislative Internship Experience with the National Assembly, it became important that we share not just our experience about the National Assembly but also to bridge the gap between constituents and Legislators.

We go to great lengths to identify unique ways of citizen engagement with diverse experience and skill sets to improve not just the perception of few citizens, but the whole nation.

ALADEOKIN Oluwabunmi Dayo

Aladeokin Oluwabunmi is the Program officer at Sustainable leadership Development Foundation. A vibrant young man with the heart for community Development. He is a recipient of the Minister of State Award for Exceptional Corps Member in the FCT for providing toilet and bathroom at the NYSC Orientation Camp, Kubwa, Abuja.

He has extensive management experience in program development for community organizations. He is an associate assistant to the Coordinator for the Canadian Fund for Local Initiative. He interned at the National Assembly under the Policy, Legal Advocacy Center Legislative Internship Program 2015. At the National Assembly, he played a key role in researching way to diversify the Nigerian economy under the National Assembly Budget and Research Office (NABRO)

Aladeokin has held significant roles in many social enterprises such as the Youth Leaders Dialogue, Impact Sphere , Eyes on the Mandate among others.

Aladeokin graduated from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology. He has obtained certificates in Computer science, Monitoring and Evaluation.

OMOJOLA Babajide O.

A graduate of Geology from the University of Maiduguri. A Happy youth with a dream of changing the political climate of our great nation Nigeria.


Hi there! My name is Obidinma, Jennifer Chinenye. I am an indigent
 of Ubahazu, Amiri, Oru-East Local Government, Imo State. I am a graduate of the Department of English and Literary Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. I served as a youth corps member in Osogbo, Osun State. 

You can say that I am a young woman who knows what she wants from life and what she wants to give back to it. I model currently with one of the best agencies in Abuja but that's not where my dream ends. I don't just want to be a beautiful face whose body sells brands by strutting gracefully on the runway but also a young woman who can contribute a positive difference to what we know to be our government today. I want a nation whose law-making body is transparent beyond measure and a nation filled with youths that know what they want and deserve from their respective representatives at the legislative level as well as how to go about achieving them. Like it or not, we are the Change (positive) we need, and the sooner we learnt the ropes from these representatives of ours and held them accountable, the better. We must never forget that our future lies with the legislature and that's why we must keep our Eyes On The Mandate!!! Cheers!

GBADAMOSI Abdulquddus

A young lawyer who is keen about social development and rejuvenation through legislative foresightedness and political will to implement laws.

As a young professional, AOG trained at the University of Ilorin where he obtained an LL.B in 2012 after which he proceeded to the Nigerian law school to obtain a BL in 2013. Along the line, he has taken courses that outline his interest and towards creating a niche in his chosen profession. He has a certificate in conflict analysis, negotiation and conflict management and more recently a certificate in fundamentals of strategic advising in reform environments all from the United States institute of peace USIP. He is also a member of the chartered institute of arbitrators in the UK.

He recently participated in an intensive internship program at the national assembly, an opportunity   he got through the Policy and Legal Advocacy Center. This experience has enabled him to broaden his scope on the internal workings of the national assembly. He currently practices law in the law firm of Dikko and Mahmoud.

UBONG Dennis

From the surface I am like most young and modern Nigerian men; I take my work seriously, I have dreams and goals for the future that I am determined to make happen, and I don't expect anyone to do the hard work for me. I come from and feel very lucky to have a supportive family behind me. What makes me different from the rest of the crowd though is how I choose to fill my time away from work.

Armed with a rich spirit, a tender and a thankful heart and a desire for everyone I come in contact with to have the same experience, I am Nkanga, Ubong Dennis and as a young Nigerian Man, I take pride in demonstrating leadership responsibility and hard work in everything I do.

Examples of leadership, work ethic, perseverance, and sacrifice displayed by many others; gives me the fuel to one day make a difference through leadership in my country, community and wherever I find myself. Demonstrating leadership gives me the opportunity to show others that I am competent, confident, sociable, self-driven, motivated and capable of excelling in the future that lies ahead of me despite the obstacles and challenges that are present for me and likewise they could also overcome their obstacles and better themselves and the nation.

By recognizing that young teenagers tend to learn and do by what they see, I have made a conscious effort to reach out to my community and model to other young teenagers the importance of leadership, hard work, commitment, dedication, and perseverance, I strive to lead by example and make it my passion to set a positive example and hopefully Inspire others with my aspirations of making a difference. As a person, I think, I am sensitive, creative yet self-contained and in general I have a good control over the way I carry myself. 

ABAH Frank

graduate of Economics, University of Nigeria Nsukka. Was a 2015 Intern with the National Assembly, under the auspices of the Policy and Advocacy Center (PLAC), and presently a Temp with the National Assembly Budget and Research Office (NABRO).

Halliday Georgina

Georgina is a God fearing Christian from Rivers State, bonny local government, the last of four kids her family is the most important thing to her and also a motivation to her after GOD. Georgina is a dedicated and hardworking lady, an amazing friend, love and sister. She is a graduate of Economics from the university of Calabar and an Alumni of F.G.G.C Bwari .
Georgina has comprehensive knowledge of the process and procedures of handling administrative task and also managerial skills. She has knowledge about the parliament and is interested in getting other young people on board to participate and be active Nigerian citizens.
Georgina is all shades of God’s greatness, an optimist, sincere, dependable, responsible and a spiritual young lady who values integrity and trustworthiness, her actions are consistent with her words and she believes if you are not worded you will be wounded. She’s always striving to grow and also tries to help others awaken the presence of God in their lives .she strives to find a balance between success and significance.
She has great appetite in the activities and happenings around the world and is driven to always learn more and contribute   to her sphere of contact enlightening and sharing what she has learnt. She does a lot of charity work and reaches out to the less privileged at every opportunity she has. Giving back to the society is paramount and the change starts from each and every one of us. She believes to having an effective system means we all have to be involved and what better way than to have our EYES ON THE MANDATE.
Georgina loves the smell of rain, music, books among other things. She has a smile that lights up the world and everyone that comes in contact with her and takes away sadness. 

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