The Team

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The Convener

Mercy Adejoh

Mercy Adejo is not a feminist, she is passionate about women and children’s well-being in the society, she is an Economist (BSc, MSc, PGDE, CCNA), civil servant and a writer. She has also carried out many programs to impact lives of this nature.

“The story of my life is not a linear progression of events but a complex journey of self-reflections and experiences. Ultimately, my life is an intricate combination of my past experiences, present situations and future aspirations.

As women, we are meant to strengthen and encourage one another, not to mock, gossip or developed hatred towards each other. There are so many women broken, shattered and wounded in our mist, but we are too pure or perfect to see it.
The strong urge to kickstart this foundation came up this year and by the grace and help of God, it has come to stay. However, it is a vision that can’t be run single handedly, we need each other’s stories to strengthen one another.

Finally, I count it all joy and a great privileged to partner with you my sisters on this journey of “keeping it real” by strengthening one another in love and in the counsel of the Almighty God, thank you so much for being part of this historic movement, I celebrate you my amiable Sisters.”

Trustee and Co-Director

Racheal Abujah

Abujah Racheal is passionate about women’s rights and development and economic empowerment and joined We- hub because she believes in its potential to bring about change and improve the lives of women. Her favorite quote: “Here’s to strong women, may we know them, may we be them, may we raise them.

Racheal a Senior Health Correspondent wide ranging management and human resources experience in the public and voluntary sectors, including at her own media consultancy, with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) which has a focus on building and developing workforces to achieve effective service delivery.

With over 12 years’ experience she has delivered on a variety of change management programs, achieving cultural and organisational change. She has actively led and championed diversity issues in Nigeria, in particular initiatives to support women to develop and progress their careers.

Trustee

Jacobs Favour

“Greetings to every member of this esteemed platform. To empower women is to allow them to obtain their true rights in society. At this very crucial time in our nation’s history and looking at the dwindling world economy as a whole, the place of the woman in the general growth, upliftment and stability of our society can never be over emphasized.

Women have come a long way and have quietly championed the course of galvanizing the various economies they find themselves in.

With the little resources at their disposal from selling akara, corn, food stuff, to selling used clothes, used shoes, handbags etc., into building a well-structured and functional home. Whereas these businesses once-upon-a-time were looked down on with disregard, the Midas-touch of the dedicated, hardworking and diligent woman have now transformed these once considered menial trades to major money-spinning sources of income especially among many homes today.

Empowering women is therefore essential to the health and social development of families, communities and countries. When women are living safe, fulfilled and productive lives, they can reach their full potential. contributing their skills to the workforce and can raise happier and healthier children, homes and a better society.”

Secretary

Kechikamma Omehia

Kechikamma is a Legal Practitioner. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and holds numerous educational achievements which include B.A Economics from the American University of Nigeria, Yola; LL. B from the University of Birmingham; LL.M. International Tax Law from Bournemouth University; and PgD. Professional Legal Practice from the University of Law, London.

She is also qualified to practice in Nigeria as she has been called to the Nigerian Bar. She is passion driven to aid in contributing to solve social issues in the hope of providing a better tomorrow.