Our Trustees

Prof. Anya Oko Anya

Born on 3rd January 1937 is a Nigerian professor of Biology who is distinguished for his work in Parasitology.
He has contributed immensely to both the field of science and the academia as Researcher and Lecturer in different times including at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka and University of Science and Technology Project, Port-Harcourt, Nigeria.
Anya was awarded the Nigerian National Medal of Merit by the Nigerian government in 1992.
He was formerly Chief Executive Officer of the National Economic Summit Group and former President of the Nigerian Academy of Science.

Ms. Bolanle Ayodele Onagoruwa

Born on 29th August, 1958 is the CEO (Infrastructure and Business Development) of ENL Consortium Limited, a company with extensive experience in maritime logistics services, utility power services, construction and real estate management in Nigeria.
She is a lawyer by profession, and an alumnus of the University of Lagos (LLB Hons), the University of Kent at Canterbury, (PG Dip in Politics and International Relations), and the Harvard Business School (General Manager Program). She contributed immensely to the public sector reform and privatization in Nigeria during her 12-year service with Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) in various capacities and her 4-year service as Secretary Social Development and Secretary Education in the Federal Capital Territory, Administration before retiring as the Director-General of BPE in 2012.

Mrs. Chioma Nwamaka Momah

Mrs. Chioma Momah is a Lawyer with interest in effective policy making, proper legal frameworks, corporate governance, the use of social media (in governance and development), alternative dispute resolution and developmental issues. She is also passionate about women development and mentors young women.
Since 2010 she has worked as Legal Officer at the Nigerian Deposit Insurance Company (NDIC). At the NDIC she has served in various committees. She is the Editor of the Legal Department’s newsletter - The Legal Luminary.

Akinwole Omoboriowo II

Akinwole Omoboriowo II (AOII) is a 1993 graduate of Economics from University of Jos, Alumni of the London Business School, from where he acquired specialist training in Electricity Pricing & Modelling course in 2006, and a 2011 Post-Graduate Diploma Alumni in Strategy & Innovation from the Prestigious Oxford University's SAID Business School, U.K. He is the Chairman and CEO of Genesis Energy Holdings Limited.
AOII has over 20 years of experience in the Oil & Gas and Power Sectors in Africa, where he has consistently led other equally distinguished colleagues in pioneering several initiatives including but not limited to Independent Power Producing companies, well-Structured Oil Companies (Oil Trading and Exploration), thriving Utility Companies, amongst others. AOII management work-profile includes being the Chairman Board of Directors GEL Utility (Co- Sponsored by General Electric “GE”, Genesis and Engro Corporation), Advisory Board Member of SHELL Foundation (U.K), Member-Advisory Board of The Global Thinkers Forum (GTF), Member – Advisory Board of the African Utility and Clean Power Africa, Member – Board EnergyNet ‘’Off The Grid Club’’ West Africa and Founding Director of Walters Power Africa.

Dr. Nkem Momah

Dr. Nkem Momah is the Founder of Lifeline Care Association. He had his early education in King's College Lagos from where he proceeded to study Medicine in the   University of Jos, Nigeria. He thereafter attended the University of London for his post graduate studies. Presently, his focus area is in electronic healthcare advocacy and its regulation in Nigeria, an area where he is involved in driving several initiatives. The Founder is a Road Traffic Accident survivor with an inspiring story and is deeply passionate about saving lives.

Chukwuemeka Martin Agunwa

Martin was appointed Executive Director of Lifeline in October, 2019. Martin has spent most of his professional career working with non-profits and civil society initiatives in Nigeria. He was Group Coordinator of Strategic Assembly for Leadership Thrust (SALT) Initiative. He has been a volunteer at Eminent Youth Empowerment (EYE) Foundation since 2009. He has also served at various times as a volunteer, intern, and consultant to Lifeline prior to his appointment as ED. At Lifeline, he has been instrumental in a number of advocacy initiatives aimed at mitigating the spate of road traffic crashes in Nigeria. In this regard, he has both advocacy prgrammes and led teams for the execution of the same. He is a trained Communications professional having earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communication in 2012 from the University of Benin, Benin-city, Nigeria. He is an Associate Member of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations and the Institute of Customer Relationship Management. Martin is a creative arts enthusiast. He writes poems and articles in his spare time and is a member of the Abuja Literary Society (ALS). He contributes literary works to his co-founded online blog. He is a co-convener of the Abuja Book Club (ABC).