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Mrs. Imabong-Ladipo Sanusi

Executive Director

IMAOBONG LADIPO-SANUSI is an International Visitors Leadership Programme (IVLP), United States of America Counter Trafficking Sponsored Expert. She is a Child Rights Advocate, a Training Facilitator, Mentor, Therapist, Adolescent Coach, Service Provider, Care Giver and a BBC-trained journalist. She continues to show the way forward both home and Abroad namely: Washington DC, Philladephia, Minnesota, Italy where she has made various presentations on Human Trafficking and Irregular Migration. Due to the increase of Gender Based Violence in the post COVID-19 Pandemic Imaobong was nominated as a Member of the Inter-ministerial Committee by the Federal Ministry of Justice to End Gender Based Violence in Nigeria. She holds a degree in Psychology which she obtained from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, South East Nigeria in 1995. She was The North East, Yobe State secretary of the Social Mobilisation Technical Committee (SOMTEC), a UNICEF Zone E programme on Child Survival Development and Participation. She is currently the Executive Director of the Women Trafficking and Child Labour Eradication Foundation (WOTCLEF) where she joined as a consultant under the EU/UNODC/NAPTIP/WOTCLEF project NGX41 Promoting Better Management of Migration in Nigeria by combating and reducing Irregular Migration that occurs, inter alia through Trafficking In Persons and Smuggling of Migrants (SOM) She deployed her skills and expertise in the Grant component 1 -Victim Support, Rehabilitation and Empowerment and Grant component 2- Grassroots Awareness Campaign of the project She is also the Zonal Cordinator of the Network of Civil Society Organisation Against Child Trafficking, Abuse and Labour (NACTAL), where she was previously the Interim National Secretary. She deployed her skills as a Therapist as a member of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Child Protection Network and a clinician at the Child Justice Clinic (C.J.C), FCT, Nigeria. As the  Abuja co-ordinator for the African Network for the Prevention and Protection Against Child Abuse and Neglect, (ANPPCAN) she, through Nigeria Human Rights Commission, intervened and successfully resolved a legal adoption tussle involving two American-born Nigerian children. She is a resource person and speaker to many Television, Radio stations, Online and Offline conferences. At the instance of the INTERPOL, she has trained The Police, Immigration Officers and other Law Enforcement Agencies on Counter Trafficking and Smuggling of Migrants. She has attended several seminars and workshops on child-related issues. She loves to impact on Human Capital Development and had lectured psychology at the Federal Polytechnic, Damaturu, Yobe State, North East Nigeria. During her National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Programme, she taught same at the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Damaturu, Yobe State, North East Nigeria where she provided Psycho Social Support to women, girls and adolescents. She worked as a reporter, editor and Newspaper Columnist for more than a decade for various Nigerian Newspapers. She mentors pupils in schools and counsels youngsters using her wide experience and expertise to enhance the lives of children especially the adolescents through the EARLY IMPACT Programme. Until her elevation to the position of the Executive Director of WOTCLEF, Imaobong was the organisation’s Programme Officer. She holds a certificate in Mental Health and Wellness and offers Psycho-Social Support, Rehabilitates and Reintegrates Trafficked, Abused and Vulnerable Persons. Imaobong hails from Ikot Abasi, Akwa Ibom State, South South Nigeria. She is married and blessed with children. A polyglot, speaks Ibibio, Yoruba, Igbo, Hausa and English and is improving on her French. Her hobbies include singing, meeting people and travelling.

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Mr Ayodele David Fajana

WOTCLEF Finance and Admin Officer

Ayodele David Fajana is a STEM & Tech-Enthusiast with extensive knowledge and experience in planning, programming and implementation of social transformation initiatives. He has worked with a range of stakeholders locally and internationally, including development partners, state agencies, traditional and religious leaders, women groups, and civil societies towards improving the lives of women and girls. Keying into the Sustainable Development Goal and to Combat Human Trafficking, Ayodele volunteered and programmed a successful re-engineering of the Network of Civil Society organizations Against Child Trafficking, Abuse and Labour (NACTAL). His programmatic approach has supported the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) chapter of the network to stabilize various NGOs and enhanced their synergy in advocacy, awareness raising and multi stakeholders approach to the issue of Human Trafficking. In addition to his career experiences and work across UAE, Lagos, and Abuja. Ayodele is currently a member of ShieldThem Support Organization, an NGO dedicated to the advocacy of child rights and protection, especially young and vulnerable girls. He designed and implemented the “PAD THEM-UP” project for ShieldThem Support Organisation, a campaign to empower adolescent girls with free washable and reusable sanitary pads. He has been heavily involved in sensitization campaigns on menstrual health and hygiene, at demystifying common beliefs on menstruation and to shield young and vulnerable girls from predatory men who use the ploy of buying sanitary pads as a trap to curry sexual favors. Ayodele is an advocate for the attainment of women’s rights through information sharing on reproductive health issues and other education-based enrichment programs. This is in a bid to ensure they are given the opportunities needed to develop into informed adults who are able to make informed decisions about their lives and choices. His career path has seen him work in the Media and Broadcast industry, with a focus on Global Climate and Environmental Advocacy. He was instrumental in advocating for the protection of the Lagos Coastline from erosion and seasonal flooding. He worked with Change TV in producing “People And The Environment” on a syndicated network station instrumental in bringing awareness to the problem of the Lagos Bar Beach and the hazardous effects of environmental pollution. He has also been involved in Policy and Legislative Advocacy with over ten years experience at the Lagos State House of Assembly and the Federal House of Representative as a Legislative Aide, functioning in Committees on Environment; Committees on Lands & Housing and Committee on Local Government Administration. Ayodele, while in the United Arab Emirates volunteered with RCCG to facilitate a Community Football Academy that engaged unemployed Nigerian youths living in the Emirates of Dubai, Ajman, Fujairah, Sharjah, and Abu-Dhabi to help curb the propensity for crime. He is an unreserved and strong advocate for the protection of vulnerable girls and adolescent mothers.


Mrs. Precious Williams

WOTCLEF Program Officer

She holds a degree in Economics (Bsc Econs 1998)from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria,Kaduna State.Diploma in Accounting (ASAACS ongoing). She worked as a Credit Officer in Lion Bank at Ahmadu Bello Way Jos,Plateau state( now Diamond Bank). She worked as an Administrator in Triumph Academy Kubwa,Abuja,worked as an Accountant for 9 years in Fenan Digital Prints Garki,Abuja. Presently a staff with WOTCLEF as Accounts/Admin Officer where she maintains Wotclef books of account, ensuring that all financial transactions comply with laid down rules, regulations and procedures, preparation of budgets, financial reports,bank reconciliation statements,receiving and disbursement of funds. She also work on the administrative control system, ensuring that the policy of the organization is implemented as spelt out in the manual, maintenance and taking inventory of office equipment, maintenance of personal staff and official files. She is a passionate Humanitarian who provides social services as The psychosocial support services to individuals and groups,a child right activist. She has Certifications in Conflict Analysis,Gender Based Violence, Humanitarian Aid and Development,Negotiation And Conflict Settlement,UN Peacekeeping Operations,Gender Inclusivity In Peace Building,all under the UN and United States Institute Of Peace( USIP). She is processing her admission for professional course (ICAN).

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