Global Leadership Investment Summit & SDG Awards . (CANADA 2019)

“Sustainability development is a pillar upon which peace and stability can be built and investment is the cornerstone of all development.”
– Amb. (Dr.) Jonathan Daniel Ojadah,
Arise O Nigeria

Register to attend the Global Leadership Investment Summit & SDG Awards (CANADA 2019)

Theme: Peaceful coexistence & Synergy for Global development.

Endorsed & Supported by the International Peace Commission.

Delegate/Participant Registration Fees$1,150 USD which covers Workshop with Certification of Attendance, Lunch, cocktails evening party and closing Dinner.

Initial Deposit (Non Refundable) :
$350 USD

Early Bird Registration: $950 until June 28th

Registration Closes July 15th, 2019

This event is a veritable platform that will bring together a diverse mix of successful Global leaders and exceptional entrepreneurs to strengthen economic ties with various country & Canadian investors, for a coalition to promote new ideas, policies & initiatives and as a laison between government and independent stakeholders which will reflect on individual and SDG goals…Overall, the platform sought to promote investments, trades and capacity building initiatives of countries.
GLISA2019 provides a unique opportunity to promote the benefits of international investment for sustainable and inclusive development.

The Global SDG Awards aims to honor outstanding personalities who have contributed positively in Peace Dialogues/Conflict resolutions, grassroots community development, massive youth & women capacity building while uniting leaders who have strong passion for humanity and serving as catalysts of social change in the society.

Date: 16th – 18th October, 2019


Wednesday 16th Oct. 2019
– Registration of all GLISA2019 Particiants & Visits to Canadian Govt. Paralstatas.

Thursday 17th Oct., 2019
Grand Opening, Welcome Banquet, Workshop for Investment Promotion Agencies (IPAs) & GLIS Particiants in commemoration of the United Nations day for Poverty Eradication…
This one day workshop is organized for Executives of investment promotion agencies (IPAs) & GILS Particiants to explore the importance of offering strong investor facilitation services and outlined practical tools that are available to help IPAs perform their task..

Friday 18th Oct., 2019
– High-level Investors Roundtable & Lunch fostering interaction between investment stakeholders to address policy challenges for investment and enterprise development.


Venue: Toronto, Canada

See list of Global SDG Award Nominees via
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#Back To School Project: Arise O Nigeria urges Leaders to get Adjustable Classroom Chairs & Tables for Nigerian Schools

In the Spirit & mood of this Easter celebration, please kindly remember the less priviledged who have lost hope of getting quality education.
While we offer scholarships, let us also remember that the learning environment plays a vital role in enhancing mental performance…
We call on Reputable & Patriotic Nigerian Leaders to get the adjustable Classroom Chairs & Tables beautifully constructed in Nigeria for our grassroot community schools.
✓ It will serve as a capacity building project for youths on Furniture & carpentry in various grassroot communities..
✓ It is very cheap, affordable with international standards features..
✓ This will further assist & encourage Arise O Nigeria & other Civil Societies embarking on the “Back To School” Project for Pupils & Students at various levels..

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Police Nab Abductors Of Channels TV Staff

· Recover arms and ammunition

In line with the IGP’s stated commitment to curb all forms of crimes and criminality, especially incidences of kidnapping and other violent crimes in the country, Police Operatives attached to Operation Puff Adder, acting on intelligence report, on 9th April, 2019 at about 6:30am arrested three (3) notorious persons involved in the kidnap of Channels Television’s staff, Mr. Friday Okeregbe.
The suspects: Hanniel Patrick ‘m’ 29years from Akwa Ibom State, Abdulwahab Isah ‘m’ 28years and Salisu Mohammed ‘M’ 32years both from Kogi State have made useful statement to the Police.
Meanwhile, investigation reveals that Mr. Friday Okeregbe was not originally the intended target of the vicious criminals. However, on that fateful day, 22nd March, 2019, at 07:45PM, he was kidnapped when the kidnappers saw him parking his vehicle at a location in Lugbe, Abuja…

Human Right activists & Humanitarian Leaders Confirms support for Hon. Abike Dabiri on new appointment

Following the launching of My Nigeria E-passport Project (MNEPP) official website on Tuesday 2nd of April, 2019 in Akure, Ondo state, The National Coordinator of MNEPP, Hon. Tolu Ayodele congratulates Hon. Abike Dabiri Erewa on her new appointment as the Chairman of Nigeria Diaspora Commission, urges civil societies to support the commission while he makes the announcement of the official website of MNEPP

At the launching, One of the partner of the Project , Amb. (Dr.) Jonathan Daniel Ojadah who is
The President/Founder of Arise O Nigeria & BOT of Vision 2063 Arise O Africa also congratulated Hon. Abike Dabiri, expresses delight on the initiative of establishing the commission and affirms that his organization will not relent to support in the continous sensitization of Nigerians on illegal Migration, Human Trafficking and will also ensure that Nigerians in Diaspora get good advocacy as they abide by the rules and regulations of the country they find themselves.

Recall on Arise O Nigeria partnership with the Nigerians in Diaspora Organization (NIDO Europe) and the African German Information Centre, Germany on , dangers of Illegal migration through the Migration Enlightenment Project, Amb. Jonathan spoke with journalist that he will not relent to ensure that the menace of illegal migration is curbed as Executives of Arise O Nigeria are expanding the sensitization project through a bilateral & multilateral partnership with the government of Canada , France, South Africa, Cotdevoir, Japan & many more more.


PRESS RELEASE: Her Excellency, Titi Atiku Abubakar, Ibrahim Magu, Hon Ahmed Abubakar & Others bag PAN Nigerian Leadership & Humanitarian Awards..


The prestigious SDG edition of the PAN Nigeria leadership, peace and humanitarian awards has identified the outstanding personalities and institutions that have contributed earnestly to the advancement of leadership, national peace and humanitarian works.


The 2018 SDG edition of the outstanding award and recognition ceremony is themed, “Strengthening Democratic Governance; A Panacea To Achieving Sustainable Development Growth, Peace and Internal Stability in Nigeria”.
The ceremony which was hosted in the federal capital territory, Abuja, was honoured by reputable dignitaries and award recipients from different sectors in Nigeria.

The 3rd edition of PAN Nigeria Humanitarian Awards honoured personalities like Alh. Babangida Hussaini, for his excellence in leadership & Outstanding performance in constituency project implementations towards the realization of SDG goals in Nigeria.
Mr. Ibrahim Magu, for his excellence in leadership and outstanding performance in curbing financial crimes in Nigeria;
Hon. Hajia Rabi Hussaini Adamu Eshak, for Excellence in women leadership and outstanding performance in developing the northern education policies, initiatives and reforms for sustainable development;
Hon. Rufai Ahmed Abubakar, for Excellence in leadership and outstanding performance in service for community development in Adamawa state;
Amb. Dr (Mrs) Aisha Laraba Abdullahi for Excellence in women leadership and role model performance in women development and Senator Mathew Urhoghide, for Excellence in leadership, advocate of good governance, outstanding south south legislator in service for youth empowerment, Peace and conflict resolution.

Other recipients at the award occasion included, Hon. Oduneye Kehinde, for Excellence in Leadership & Outstanding South West Legislator in Youth & Women Empowerment;
Dr Abba Sayyadi Ruma, for Excellence in leadership & Outstanding Contribution to the Development of Humanity in Northwest Nigeria, through Education;
Mrs Judith Tanko, for excellence in Leadership & Outstanding Performance in Grassroot women development through Cooperative;
Ms. Elizabeth Oduenyi Onuoha, Founder, Nwachinemerem Elizabeth Oduneyi Foundation;
Adesuwa Collin Owie, Founder, Acejo Heritage Foundation and Phatia (Ojediran Fathia Koyinsola), as 2018 Most Outstanding Kid in Philantrophy.

Nigerian Celebrities, Uche Elendu & Charles Inojie were endorsed as GLOBAL PEACE & SDG AMBASSADORS endorsed by the International Peace Commission..

However, the 3rd Annual PAN Nigeria Humanitarian Award occasion witnessed panel of discussion sessions, were speakers of concrete intellectual positions in leadership appraised the pathways to strengthening democratic governance for sustainable growth, peace and internal stability in Nigeria


Excellence in women Leadership & Induction as MATRON Of Arise O Nigeria – PROF MARYAM AMINU

Prof. Maryam Aminu, a UNESCO-L’ORÉAL Fellow (2004) and a Senior Fulbright Scholar (2014/2015), was born in BZ 134 Kazaure Road, Kaduna Town of Kaduna State. She completed her primary (1974-1980) and secondary (1980-1985) education at LEA Lagos Street (former St. Gregory Primary School) and Government day Secondary School Tafawa Balewa Way, Anguwar Rimi, Kaduna respectively. She then proceeded to College of Advanced Studies, Zaria for her IJMB (1985-1988). She obtained her B.Sc. (1991), M.Sc. (2000) and Ph.D. (2006) degrees in Microbiology from the prestigious Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, Nigeria. She also has a Post Graduate Diploma in Education (2002) from Federal College of Education, Zaria. She has since 1996 till present taught mainly Virology and Immunology at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in the Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Life Sciences (then Faculty of Science) ABU, Zaria. She was the Departmental Postgraduate Coordinator from June 2016 until January 2018 when she took over as the Deputy Dean of the Faculty in January 2018.
Prof. Aminu is a good researcher, trainer and an achiever who is a valuable member of the scientific community. She is involved in many research and surveys particularly on immunization and characterization of viruses and facilitated the baseline immunization coverage surveys in Kaduna State in 2001. Her research focuses on gastrointestinal viruses with special interest on rotaviruses. She has been a member of the African Rotavirus Network and a Rotavirus facilitator in Nigeria for over 16 years. Her research work provided epidemiological data on Rotaviruses in Nigeria; she detected and characterized the circulation genotypes of the rotaviruses in northerwestern Nigeria hence providing data used in producing the current rotavirus vaccines which has greatly reduced the incidence of rotaviral and all other causal diarrhoea worlwide. She also conducts research on Hepatitis virus, Human papillomaviruses and Human Immunodeficiency virus. She has attended 26 local and 30 international scientific meetings (conferences, symposia, workshops etc.) in over a dozen countries and some of which she facilitated and organized. Her academic qualities are evident through her scholarly publications in standard local and international journals and in the number of papers she has presented and read at scientific meetings. She has published 74 articles in peer reviewed journals and has read and presented 85 papers at national, regional and international meetings. She has eight conference proceedings, a book and a manual to her name. She has supervised and mentored eight (8) Ph.D. and 43 M.Sc. students who have completed their studies and currently has 39 postgraduate students (19 Ph.D and 20 M.Sc.) under her supervision who are at various stages of their studies.
She was the secretary of the STEP-B Diarrhoea Project team on “diarrhoeal agents and the nutritional status of children under five years in Nigeria” and a team member of the Committee that set up a disciplinary network on ‘Study of Diarrhoea’ for the ‘MacArthur support for the disciplinary centers of excellence’. She was also a member of the ABU Institutional Evaluation Committee for the Europe – Africa Quality Connect (2011-2012) and a member of the Strategic Planning Committee of ABU (2013-2015). She is currently a member the School of Postgraduate Studies Board and the Senate of Ahmadu Bello University.
She was a Member of the Committee on the Review of 1983 and 2011 Regulations Governing the Condition of Appointment of Senior Staff of ABU, Zaria from Apr 2014 to Dec 2014. She has been an Honorary Member of Council of Science Association of Nigeria (SAN) since May 2014 to date and a representative of Faculty of Science on the Ahmadu Bello, University Ethical Committee Board on the use of Human and Animals for Research since April 2016-to date. She is the Assistant Secretary General, ABU Alumni Association (since August 2017), the current Financial Secretary of the Fulbright Alumni Association of Nigeria and the Vice President II of the Kaduna Chapter of US Exchange Alumni. Prof. Aminu was appointed as a member of the National Verification Committee on Elimination of Measles in March 2018 and has been a member of the Ahmadu Bello University Senate since April 2014.
Prof. Maryam Aminu has received some prizes, grants and award and has been recognized for her research works and leadership qualities as outlined below:
i. Prize for the ‘Best Student in Biology’ in 1985. Government Day Secondary School, Tafawa Balewa Way, Angwar Rimi, Kaduna.
ii. The UNESCO-L’ORÉAL Co-Sponsored Fellowship for Young Women in Life   Sciences- 2004 Fellowship Award.
iii. First place in the category of ‘BEST POSTER PRESENTATION BY STAFF’ by the University of Limpopo – Medunsa Campus Pretoria, South Africa. Academy Day 2005 Conference. 17th -18th August 2005.
iv. Secretary of the team awarded grant for the STEP-B Diarrhoea Project on “diarrhoeal agents and the nutritional status of children under five years in Nigeria”. 2008.
v. Award of Senior Fulbright African Research Scholar Program grant conducted at CDC Atlanta, USA. 2014/2015.
i. First Place in the category of Best Poster Presentation by Aminu M, Bdliya MI and Ashafa AM. on the title ‘Sero-prevalence of hepatitis B surface antigen among some secondary school students in Zaria, Nigeria’ at the 37th Nigerian Society for Microbiology National Conference/AGM, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria. September 2nd – 5th, 2014.
ii. First Place in the category of Best Oral Presentation by Magaji Joseph Sheba, Aminu Maryam and Inabo I. Helen on the title ‘Prevalence of Human papilloma virus among women of in Kaduna State, Nigeria at the 39th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society of Microbiology, held at the University of Nigeria Nsuka, Nigeria. September, 2016.
iii. First Place in the category of Best Poster Presentation by Dagachi Ibrahim Rahma and Aminu Maryam on the title ‘Prevalence of Lymphatic Filariasis Caused by Wuchereria bancrofti among Febrile Patients in Kaduna State, Nigeria at the 40th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society of Microbiology, held at Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi, Nigeria. 4th-8th December, 2017.
i. Arewa Elite Magazine Leadership Award-May 2017.
ii. Northern Nigerian Students Award of Certificate of Credence as an Icon of Scientific Transformation – 2nd August 2017.
iii. Moral Initiative of Nigeria Distinguish Leadership Certificate of Credence. An Ambassador of Morality Award- December 13 2017.
iv. College of Advanced Students Old Student Award of Excellence-February 10, 2018.
v. Northern Youth Vanguard Award of Leadership:  An Icon of Hope – February 17, 2018.
Prof Maryam Aminu is a member of the American Association of the Advancement of Science (20198069), American Society for Virology, Nigerian Society of Microbiology and Nigerian Society for Environmental Health.
She is married with a son and her hobbies are reading, travelling and listening to rhythm and blues music.

2018 Most Outstanding wife of Governor in State development through Youths & women entrepreneurship development, Healthcare & impact on youths for a Drug free State* – Her Excellency, Barr (Mrs) Anna Darius Ishaku, Wife of the Governor of Taraba State.

Barr. (Mrs.) Anna Mbasughun Darius Ishaku, wife of the Taraba State Governor was born on the 24th of August, 1957. She hails from Vandeikya Local Government Area of Benue State and is married with 5 children.
Barr. Anna Ishaku began her educational pursuit at St. Bartholomew’s Primary School, Wusasa, Zaria from 1964-1969; where she proceeded to Girls High School Gindiri between 1969-1973. She thereafter enrolled into the School of Basic Studies, ABU-Zaria between 1975-1976 and into the Faculty of Law of the same institution in 1976 where she graduated with Law Degree in 1979. She further attended Nigerian Law School, Lagos in 1979 and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1980.
She started her career in the National Youth Service as Legal Aid Council in Kano after which she joined the Private firm of Sam Tsumba and Company in Makurdi, where she was engaged in private practice until 1985 when she left to join her husband in Kaduna.
She was employed in the Ministry of Justice Kaduna State, as a Senior State Counsel in 1986 and rose to the ranks of Assistant Director, then Acting Director Public Prosecutions where she was appointed the Solicitor-General and Permanent Secretary of the Ministry in 1997, a position she held until 2002 when she left to join the ECOWAS Community Court of Justice as Chief Registrar.
Barr. Anna Ishaku was one time Chairperson and is also a life member of the International Federation of Women Lawyers, (FIDA). She was one time Treasurer, Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Kaduna Branch. She was a Member, African Network for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, (ANPCAN), Kaduna Branch and Legal Adviser to the Association of the Physically Challenged, Kaduna Branch.
Her Excellency has held the following non-Political Appointments:
Chancellor – Anglican Diocese of Katsina, 1994 – Date.
Deputy Chancellor – Anglican Diocese of Kaduna.
Legal Adviser – Our Saviour’s Anglican School.
She has attended the following workshops and training:
New Constitution and Transition to Civil Rule 1989.
Crime and Crimes Control- 1990.
International Contract Negotiations 1990.
Use of Computer Print – Out Evidence 1992.
Challenges of legal practice in the 21st Century Nigeria.
Training on Preparation of Budget.
Training in Advocacy, Mobilization, and Counselling Skills 1998.
International Visitors Program on US Judicial System 2001.
Hubert Humphrey Fellowship Program, US sponsored Mediation and Leadership Training in Minnesota University, USA.
She enjoys Gardening and Listening to Music.
Some Major Achievements, Trainings, Visits and Awards for Barr. Anna Darius Ishaku&s Second Year in Office.
Commissioning of borehole at the Mutum Biyu  IDP Camp, Gassol LGA.
Revisit to Ndola to mark one year of the legendary trip and receive the award of Naa Ndola from the people of NGADA Special Development Area.
Drug Sensitisation campaign in Northern, Southern and Central Taraba on the dangers of substance abuse.
THE HOPE HEALTH CENTER(HHC), An initiative of the Hope Afresh Foundation, the pet project of her Excellency Barr. Anna Darius Ishaku, (Naa Ndola). The hope center is committed to the improvements of lives to the citizens of Taraba, living with the devastating effects of substance abuse and lessening the adverse impact on families and societies as a whole. through the provision of a range of quality treatment options, these health care is a major step of moving the State forward.
The 2017 Maiden Edition of Taraba Cultural Carnival (TCC) An initiative of Barr. Anna Darius Ishaku, with the theme: Celebrating our Culture and Heritage, was full of fun and thrills as a host of people from all over the state both indigene and non-indigenes, gathered to celebrate with the peace-loving Tarabans.
Hope Afresh Foundation Taraba has gone into partnership with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to train at least 10,000 people in various skills in the State. The first set of participants undergoing entrepreneurship training organized by the Hope Afresh Foundation Taraba in collaboration with Central Bank of Nigeria have graduated with four hundred and fifty graduating participants. Over five thousand people have been trained in different skills by Hope Afresh Foundation Taraba.
Her Excellency Barr.Anna Ishaku, Sealed a partnership with the Trans- Atlantic Group LLC headed by the Regional Director Dr. Samuel Darison as regards the ”HOPE CENTRE” established by Her Excellency to help rehabilitate drug addicts in Taraba State.
Barr. Anna Ishaku named ‘the Face of Hard to Reach’ by the Ministry of Health, has impacted people in different areas and has gone to places no Governor’s wife has done in Taraba State. Changing lives is her priority in the Health Sector through the Medical Health Outreach in various Local Government Areas.
The first lady of Taraba state Barr.Anna Ishaku, with the Hope Afresh Foundation presented gift items to certain groups of the taraba community.The groups which include Rock Foundation Orphanage kumbo, Magami Special for the blind, Special school for the blind Gargbabi and Jukunhun Adult Education received items such as Maize, Rice, Millet, Sugar, Salt and Slippers.
Renovation and fencing of the Christian Cemetery in Magami and Jeka Da Fari, Jalingo.
Hope Afresh Foundation Taraba held a Stakeholders Workshop and Meeting on Treatnet Practitioners Level Training in Evidence-Based Drug Dependence Treatment In Taraba State.A Collaboration Between The United Nations Office on Drug and Crime (UNODC) and Taraba State Government.
Her Excellency, Barr. Anna Darius Ishaku organised a one week Train the Trainers Workshop of Candidates from Ngada Special Development Area. The training is simply to improve Skills and Knowledge.
Courtesy Visits
A group of students who have benefitted from the Student Exchange Programme visited Her Excellency Barr Anna Darius Ishaku. The exchange Programme which is a structure of the US State Department is a platform for representatives of different States in different countries around the world to participate in developmental training in various sectors, all to proffer solutions for peaceful co-existence, growth, and development among people.
Several women groups in the State paid a courtesy visit to Wife of the Executive Governor of Taraba State Barr. Anna Ishaku. The visit was centered on fostering unity among different ethnic group in the state for the forthcoming maiden cultural carnival to take place in December. Some of the Women representatives who spoke on behalf of the groups pledged to be part of the festival.
The Trans- Atlantic Group (an American Company), North Carolina, U.S.A with Her Excellency Barr. Anna Ishaku (Na&a Ndola) took an excursion to the proposed permanent site of the First Rehabilitation Centre at the Specialist Hospital, Jalingo Taraba State.The American Company pledges to work in synergy with Taraba State Government on eradicating the Scourge of Drug Abuse in the State.
In its concerted efforts at salvaging the environment from desert encroachment and its attendant consequences, the Permanent Secretaries&Spouses Association, PSSA today conducted a tree planting exercise at the NYSC Orientation Camp in Jalingo. Speaking at the venue of the event, the wife of the Taraba State Governor, Barr. Anna Darius Ishaku expressed delight over the event stressing that &it is one thing to do something, and another for one to have partners who are willing to support
The Taraba State Government, Primary Health Care Development Agency (P.H.C.D.A) and Partners like the United Nations International Children&s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) and Wealth Health Organization (W.H.O), Barr. Anna Ishaku regarding Maternal and Child Health week.
In its efforts at salvaging the environment from desert encroachment and its attendant consequences, the Permanent Secretaries&Spouses Association, PSSA conducted a tree planting exercise at the NYSC Orientation Camp in Jalingo which was chaired by Her Excellency Barr. Anna Darius Ishaku. Barr. Anna Ishaku is an advocate of planting trees rather than uprooting them, therefore her Hope Afresh Foundation Taraba is out to support and train people to do the job, as the exercise of planting trees will benefit the forthcoming generation.
Wife of the Executive Governor of Taraba State Barr. Anna Darius Ishaku  received an award of Christian Love by the United Methodist Church of Christ in Nigeria (UMCN) Southern Conference Pastors wives.

Excellence in Leadership & Outstanding Performance in Constituency project inplementations towards the realization of SDG goals in Nigeria – ALH. BABANGIDA HUSSAINI, Director, Special Projects, Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing (Housing Sector)

Alh. Babangida Hussaini is an Expert in Administrative affairs, educational planning, community development service delivery, with strong segmental expertise in: Public administrative affairs, policies and strategic matters; Initiative and implementation ability on public reasonable objectives; Participatory approaches and initiative abilities; Human resources development plans and capacity building; Educational administrative, planning and notional implementation. Work experience with administrative and educational consultants, donor-funded organizations, NGOs/CBOs, and international and national bodies.
Nigeria Defence Academy, Kaduna
Master in Public Administration 2010-2011
Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria
B.A Hons. Public Administration
Federal School of Arts & Science, Suleja, Niger State
HSC, GCE A’Level 1983-1985
Government Secondary School, Kazaure  GCE O’Level 1978-1983
Kudu Primary School, Kazaure
Primary Leaving Certificate1971-1978
i. Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing (Housing Sector), Mabushi-Abuja.
Director Special Projects
Jan 2018-till date
• To oversee all special project including Constituency, Zone Intervention, Direct Mandate, SDG I & II towards the actualization of the SDGs Goals. Ensuring the integration of programmes/projects to the annual budgetary process of the Ministry. Collation and generation of baseline data on project indicators. Preparation of detailed specifications for projects and work plan. Project evaluation and preparation of contract documents and project supervision and Monitoring.
ii. Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing (Housing Sector), Mabushi-Abuja.
Deputy Director/Head Special Projects
May 2016-Dec 2017
• To oversee all the implementation of SDGs Projects and programs as well as constituency and zonal interventions projects towards the actualization of the SDGs goals.
iii.  Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing, Mabushi-Abuja.
Special Assistant Technical to the Honourable Minister of State   Nov 2015-May 2016
• General Administration, Organizing Technical Meetings, writing speeches, reports and analyzing proposals, dealing with correspondence, interpreting policy papers for the Honourable Minister of State and all other ad-hoc duties as assigned by the Honourable Minister of state.
iv. Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, Abuja.
Deputy Director
Dec 2014-Nov 2016
• General Administration, dealing with general correspondence, writing policy papers for the Office of Honourable Minister of State and Permanent Secretary Office and other ad-hoc duties.
vi. Hydrocarbon Pollution Restoration Project (HYPREP).
Assistant Director   Dec 2013- 2014
• General Administration, Management of the Senior Management and officer’s cadre on the project, Responsible for coordinating administrative matters and other ad-hoc duties.
vii. Office of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation (AOD).
Assistant Director
Dec 2011- 2013
• Assisting the Director in the Management of the officer’s cadre in the civil service, Responsible for coordinating conversion and advancement, Secretariat for the appointment of Permanent Secretaries and other ad-hoc duties.
viii. Office of the Head of Civil Service Jigawa State.
Director Administration and Management Services.
2010- 2011
• Overall Coordination and supporting the Head of Service to run the Civil Service.
ix. Jigawa State Scholarship Board – Executive Secretary   2007- 2010
• To Head the Board, coordinate, control, plan and ensure effectiveness and efficiency in the administrative responsibities of the Board, legalize the assignment bind upon the Board, to regulate and ensure accountability for the Board to satisfactorily operate.
x. Jigawa State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB)
Executive Chairman    2005- 2007
• To head the board, administer and plan the educational setting on the basic educational policies and programmes and ensure strategic implementation of educational polices at both primary and junior secondary school levels.
xi. Jigawa State Ministry for Basic Education and Resources Development
Executive Chairman    2004- 2005
• To plan, sustain and ensure effective implementation of basic education policies and programmes and administer application of strategic approaches towards effective education service delivery as enshrined by UBEC based on National Policy on Education. To plan of administrative affairs and execution of financial undertakings of the Board.
xii. Jigawa State Council Affairs Directorate (SSG’S Office)
Permanent Secretary   2002- 2004
• To plan administrative affairs and execute financial undertaking of the Directorate. To coordinate the Council Secretariat and the Finance and General Purpose Committee.
xiii. Jigawa State Council Affairs Directorate (SSG’S Office)
Ag. Director    2001- 2002
• To plan, direct and administer both administrative and financial responsibilities of the Directorate.
xiv. Jigawa State Ministry of Health
Principal/Personnel Assistant Director
1997- 2001
• To assist the Director in managing department
xv. Jigawa State Special Service Directorate (Cabinet Office)
Senior Personnel Officer    1994- 1997
• Preparation and executing state security Solicits
xvi. Kano State Health Service Management Board
Personnel Officer I   1991- 1994
• Personal Assistant to the Executive Secretary
xvii. Kano State Health Service Management Board
Personnel Officer     1985- 1987
• Personal Assistant to the Executive Secretary
i. Workshop for Mathematics Teachers
National Mathematical Centre, Abuja 2006
ii. Orientation Workshop on Gender Mainstreaming for UBE Officials
UNICEF ‘D’ Field Office, Bauchi 2006
iii. Computer Appreciation Training for Civil Servants
Informatics Institute, Kazaure 2005
iv. Zonal Sensitization Workshop on Public Procurement for Northwest Zone
World Bank/Federal Ministry of Finance, Abuja  2003
v. Senior Administration Officers Management Training
ASCON Badagry, Lagos 2000
vi. Security Awareness Training for Officers in Security Department
Special Services Offices, the Presidency, Abuja  1994
vii. Induction Training for New Admin Officers –
Civil Service Commission, Kano 1987
i. Outstanding Leadership Award – National Association of Yoruba Students (NAYs)  2018
ii. Distinguish Merit Award
Voice of Northern Nigerian Students (VONNIS)  2018
iii. Certificate of Conferment
As Grand Commander of Arewa Students (GCOAS)
Arewa Students Forum  2018
iv.Certificate of Conferment
Oduduwa Youth Congress  2018
v. Award of Excellence
National Association of Polytechnic Students (NAPs) 2018
vi. Certificate of Merit/Award
National Association of Nigerian Students (NANs)  2016
vii. Certificate of Appreciation/Award
Kazaure Emirate Council 2015
viii. Letter of Commendation/Award
The Presidency: Inter-Schools Debate 2007
ix. Certificate of Merit
University of Medina Alumni Association  2006
x. Certificate of Honour
Dambatta Old Boys Association 2006
xi. Letter of Appreciation
Universal Basic Education Commission 2005
xii. Certificate of Merit
Jigawa State Students ‘Association (NAJISS)  2005
xiii. Certificate of Merit: Best Public Official
Federal Road Safety Corps 2005
xiv. Letter of Commendation
Office of the Deputy Governor, Jigawa State  2003
xv. Letter of Commendation
Office of the Secretary to the State Government 2001
xvi. Letter of Commendation/Executive Promotion
Salary Analysis and Fraud Detection Committee  1994
xvii. Letter of Commendation
Secretary to the State Government’s office` 1994

Excellence in Leadership, Advocate of Good Goverance, Outstanding South South Legislator in service for Youth Empowerment, Peace & Conflict Resolution* – Senator Matthew Urhoghide, Chairman, Senate Public Accounts Committee.Distinguished Senator Representing Edo South Senatorial District.

The PAN Nigeria Peace & SDG Awards (Abuja 2018)*
Powered by Arise O Nigeria… Endorsed by the African Union, International Peace & Human Right Commission…

*Excellence in Leadership, Advocate of Good Goverance, Outstanding South South Legislator in service for Youth Empowerment, Peace & Conflict Resolution*

Senator Matthew Urhoghide,
Chairman, Senate Public Accounts Committee.Distinguished Senator Representing Edo South Senatorial District.

Senator Matthew Urhoghide has given various Awards of scholarships to the less privileged. Has awarded scholarship to a total of 263 in the last three years from high school levels to University levels.

In the areas of legislation, the distinguished Senator has proposed a total of 9 bills in the senate and moved and supported 23 motions towards the Good and proper governance of our country.

Senator Urhoghide serves as the Chairman, Senate Public Accounts Committee and membership of 6 other committees in the Senate.

Build maternity ward in Ehor, in Uhunwmonde local government of Edo State. Provided water bore holes, construction of roads, town halls, class rooms and solar street lights to mention a few.

He has trained over 3700 persons in various fields ranging from Cosmetology to Agoro-Forestry; from machine Equipment Maintainance to Skill Acquisition and from Machine Technology Entrepreneurship to Tourist Souvenir making as a contribution to reducing unemployment in the country.

Senator Urhoghide none refundable and no interest bearing loans to petty traders amounts to 80 beneficiaries.
318 have benefitted from the Senators distribution of various tools for business start ups.

About 86 constituents have benefitted from the senators direct intervention for employment into various Federal MDAs.

The physical infrastructural intervention of the distinguished senator in his senatoria District includes but not limited to the construction of access bridges to areas cut off by rivers to connect such communities with other communities.

The distinguished Senators leadership stride in resolving disputes amongst his constituency is one of many intangible contributions of the distinguished Senator.
Date: 23rd Of November, 2018

Venue: Aguiyi Ironsi Str Maitama, Abuja Lagos

Time: 2pm