Obipiseibima Priscillia Aggokabo-Fatchu

Obipiseibima Priscillia Aggokabo is one of Nigeria’s finest emerging advocates in Girl Child education and creating avenues for innovation with youth engagement as the bedrock for achieving all her set goals. She has over time exhibited an innate sense of understanding of the issues bedeviling the GirlChild which has, in turn, turned her into a campaigner for Gender Equality. She has shown unwavering commitment towards the women and girls in her community and beyond by providing opportunities for skills acquisition for them as a means of reducing the rate of extreme poverty, unwanted pregnancies, and other vices. She is the founder of GIRIF and humanitarians for ending extremePoverty in Africa.

These organizations were set up to create awareness, provide a platform for the birth and incubation of innovative ideas and technological advancements, as well as carry out civic education on the treatment of various enteric diseases to save mankind. Priscilla is a registered member of the Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria, African Society for laboratory medicine, and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) UK. She equally holds memberships of the Young African Leaders Initiative and the Global Citizen.

She holds a Bachelor’s degree (MedicalLaboratory Science) from the (Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana), Masters (M.sc) in Public Health from Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford, Essex, UnitedKingdom, Master of Research (Biomedical Science and Translational Medicine from the University of Liverpool, United Kingdom and Ph.D. in view.
She loves to read, cook, travel.