Ngozika Ogbonna-Coordinator FCT

Ngozika Ogbonna
Coordinator FCT

She is the coordinator for the CS-SUNN FCT Chapter. She has expertise in advocacy, capacity building, fund raising, organizational management, and program coordination. She has a B.Sc. in Sociology/Anthropology and a Master’s Degree in Public Health, with additional skills in communication, reporting, writing, and photography.

Aboki Jonah Coordinator
Nasarawa State

Aboki Jonah is the State Coordinator for the Nasarawa State Chapter of CS-SUNN. With extensive experience in project management, programming, and advocacy, he focuses on promoting the well-being of marginalized women and children. Aboki holds a degree in Business Administration and a postgraduate diploma in Education. He is passionate about empowering vulnerable populations and has worked on various projects, including those funded by the World Bank and the CRS/SMILE project. His dedication and diverse skill set make him an invaluable asset to CS-SUNN and the community.
Eberechukwu M. Okey-Onyema

Comfort Mukollo
Coordinator Gombe State

Mrs. Mukollo has a Bachelor of Arts in Languages and Linguistics. She is a Development Journalist with Gombe State Media Corporation and is the Gombe State Chairperson, Nigeria Association of Women Journalist (NAWOJ). She is also the Secretary, High Level Women Advocates Gombe State and Deputy Coordinator, MNCH coalition Gombe State.

Shuaibu Musa Kafinga – Coordinator Jigawa State

Mr. Shuaibu Musa Kafinga is the Jigawa state coordinator for CS-SUNN. He has a post-graduate degree in management science and a Higher Professional Diploma in Computer Studies. Musa’s area of expertise is in development work and humanitarian services.

Aisha M. Maidala, Coordinator-Borno State

Aisha is a Nutritionist/Dietitian, Public Health Specialist and an Environmental Manager. She has worked with the Borno State Hospitals Management Board as a Nutritionist/Dietitian in various general hospitals across the state and was later co- opted into the federal civil service to kick start the then established Federal Neuro Psychiatric Hospital, Maiduguri, where she served until successful retirement in November 2020.

Finian Ali,
Coordinator- Enugu State

Finian Ali is the State Coordinator for CS-SUNN's Enugu Chapter, where he leads advocacy and community engagement efforts. He's also a member of the Enugu State Committee on Food and Nutrition and serves as the National Youth Coordinator for Scaling-Up Nutrition Civil Society Network. With an MSc in Migration Studies and a BSc in Applied Biochemistry, Finian brings expertise in program management, policy development, and research to his work. His dedication to improving nutrition outcomes in Enugu State is evident through his leadership and collaborative efforts.
Jessica Bartholomew

Jessica Bartholomew Coordinator- Kaduna State

She has a professional background in health education. Following her contributions in advocating for an increased nutrition budget, tracking nutrition interventions, and supporting the state government in developing different policy documents, including the domestication of the State Food and Nutrition Policy and the Social Protection Policy, among others.
Elder Kenneth Amogu

Elder Kenneth Amogu Coordinator-Imo state

He is a graduate of PIND’s Capable program with over 15 years’ experience, working in the development sector, with vast experience in development finance, program planning, and implementation. He has successfully participated in the implementation of various projects and led in financial reporting of over 20 different projects, cutting across women's and reproductive health.
Fatoye Francis

Fatoye Francis
Coordinator-Kwara state

He is currently running a Master’s program in project management. He has a wealth of experience in program management, organizational development (OD), and leadership development programs. Francis is also a civil society and as actor leader, leading and coordinating civil society responses to health interventions at the state level.

Lady Azogu Obiageli Miriam Coordinator- Rivers state

Lady Azogu is an expert in Managing Adolescents and Children. She has worked in the Quality Control department of various food processing industries and is actively involved in food processing and demonstrations. She is a certified teacher; teaches Home Economics in the Junior Secondary section and Foods and Nutrition, and Catering Craft Practice in the Senior Secondary section of Jesuit Memorial College, Port Harcourt.

Samuel Akinyode
Coordinator- Lagos state

Coordinator- Zamfara state

Mr. Rabiu Bello Gandi Coordinator- Sokoto state

Mr. Rabiu Bello Gandi is the State Coordinator, CS-SUNN Sokoto state chapter. An indigene of Gandi Community in Rabah LGA of Sokoto State and a graduate of Business Administration and Management, with over 23 years’ experience in social development work, passionate in the area of child protection, with the vision of having a society free of child abuse and exploitation. Presently working with save the Child Initiative (STCI), Nigeria as Head of Migration, Mobility and Protection with additional Management of Community relations.

Pastor Adio Olusegun: Coordinator - Oyo State

Pastor Adio Olusegun is the Oyo State CS-SUNN Coordinator. His areas of expertise covers Advocacy, Community Mobilization. He has served as Research Assistant per capital Consumption project, department of Human Nutrition, College of Medicine and as Osun State Survey Coordinator. Compilation of Nigeria Food Composition Table, southwest Region; World Bank assisted. He further served as Social Mobilization Officer, Nigeria AIDS Indicator and Impact Survey and Project Consultant on child labour sensitization and awareness.

John Ogbeide
Coordinator - Delta State

John Ogbeide, MNIM, is a graduate in Business Administration from Nnamdi Azikiwe University. He's skilled in advocacy, community mobilization, and project coordination. As the co-founder of Life’s Worth Development Initiative in Delta State, he's been involved in projects funded by organizations like the World Bank and UNICEF. John is also a member of various committees, including the Delta State Food and Nutrition Committee and Civil Society for HIV/AIDS in Nigeria. Currently serving as an Assistant Chief Administrative Officer in the Delta State Civil Service, he actively advocates for improved leave policies and capacity building for CS-SUNN and SCFN members.

Olabisi Omolona
Coordinator- Ondo state

Olabisi Omolona is a dedicated educator and advocate with extensive experience in promoting the well-being of women and children. Through her NGO, Restoration of the Dignity of Womanhood (ROTDOW), she has trained thousands of health workers and students in essential nutrition administration. Olabisi is committed to using information technology for advocacy and has received numerous awards for her humanitarian efforts. Currently serving as the State Coordinator of CS-SUNN in Ondo State, she holds degrees in Theology and Public Administration/Government, along with certificates in Health Education and Promotion, and Teenage Ministry.