Mr. Peter Ogah Ejegwoya hails from Ijiwo in Doma Local Government Area of Nasarawa state, a certified teacher, farmer and development worker.
He currently sits as the Youth and grassroots mobilizer for Yiaga Africa in Nasarawa state and as the state focal person for SAGE(Supporting advancement of gender equality)- a project being funded by UN women and the National Democratic Institute (NDI).
Peter was during the 2019 elections, coordinator for VoteNotFight campaign in Nasarawa state and has led and organized several rallies and town hall meetings to advocate for youth and women inclusion in politics and digital literacy in Nasarawa state and Northern Nigeria.
He had his primary school education at LGEA primary school Bukan-Sidi, Lafia between 1992-1997 where he obtained his FSLC and proceeded to Aveco Model College Makurdi between 1997-2002 for his Secondary school education. In his quest for knowledge, he proceeded to the Federal University of Agriculture Makurdi where he obtained his B.Sc degree in Industrial Physics. In 2013, he enrolled for a post-graduate diploma in Education with the National Teacher’s Institute and obtained the certificate in 2014.
He is perceived as a girls right activist and a lover of true democracy judging by his works.
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