I am Mosunmola Bolajoko Olalere, and I have a graduate degree in Organic Chemistry. I have developed deep interest in synthesis of organic products, which has led to discovery of bioactive components. These have been used to cure quite a number of diseases. 

Overtime, I have had painfully experiences of friends and families dying of cancer. With my knowledge of chemistry, I believe there is either prevention or cure to this deadly disease that can be more discovered in nature locally. There is enormous ongoing research across the globe on cancer and cure that I must be part of. Organic products hold huge promise that my participation will bring the I want to see.

Join me as the journey begins!

Alheri Grace Stephen is a mathematician and educator. She currently does a work-study program at KELIC Education Consult, where she is learning: grant writing, community mobilization, community projects initiation/development, stakeholders engagement, and citizen science research. She teaches adult learners, writes grant applications, and manages programs.

She led the initiation of a Butterfly Garden and oversees its maintenance at KELIC Education Center in Garki, Abuja. Located within the Festival Road Primary School Area 10 Garki, the garden has become a great educational resource. It was inherited from the wife of Nigeria’s former vice president, Oludolapo Osinbanjo in 2023, who planted flowers to improve the aesthetics of some public schools in Nigeria’s capital city. Alheri embarked on this project to not only enrich students’ educational experiences but to also promote environmental awareness, community engagement, biodiversity conservation, and sustainable practices within the broader community. By fostering connections between students, schools, and communities, this project contributes to creating a more environmentally conscious, resilient, and cohesive society.

Alheri also initiated the Financial Literacy project that aims to revolutionize conventional methods of financial literacy. The program places a strong emphasis on practical application in addition to imparting knowledge. She seeks to fill the gap between theoretical understanding and real-world application by offering a comprehensive after-course program. She does this to ensure that participants apply their financial skills in the real world bringing about responsible financial behaviors and habits leading to improved financial stability and resilience.

Alheri holds a first-class Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics from the University of Jos, Nigeria. Her academic journey is a testament to exceptional dedication and prowess in a field that forms the bedrock of problem-solving and analytical thinking. Alheri’s mastery of mathematical principles extends beyond the classroom. She applies her analytical skills to address real-world issues, evident in her Financial Literacy project and innovative approaches within the Environmental Club.

Joel Hinafulo is a civil engineer and a passionate educator. He is thehead of Admin/ mathematics teacher at KELIC Education Consult, He oversees and coordinate the adult, Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) preparatory classesat KELIC Education Center in Festival Road Primary School Area 10 Garki, Abuja Nigeria.He also teaches  Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)Mathematicsfor those applying to colleges and universities to study in the USA.

He led the Establishment of mentoring program in Government Secondary School Nyanya and Government Day Secondary School Karu, Abuja Nigeria. He also organized and coordinate the first mentorship and leadership program between August 1st and September 4th 2023, for the two schools mention above with Obed Danlami as the mentor.

Education background: B.Eng in Civil Engineering and Master of Science in Civil Engineering A.B.U Zaria,Kaduna Nigeria. I am a hard-working, dedicated, motivated and enthusiastic civil engineer, with a passion to impact the younger generation with knowledge both academically, morally and spiritually.

Research focus: Bio-remediation of crude oil contaminated soil with chicken droppings and Bio-cementation with bacilluspumilus   for use in waste containment application.

Uzoh Chinwendu is a gender based instructor. She uses her office in KELIC to collaborate with institutions and organisations to educate the masses on gender related matters. Seeing gender as a national concern, Uzoh has not only focused on trainnig the girl child on self esteem but also on how to adopt a skill to enable them stand on their own.

As a security personnel, Uzoh has shown  a remarkable activeness in the areas of team leader under the management of the Department of Mass Educaton, by discharging her duties accurately with her team.

Uzoh is a creative visionary who uses her career as a teacher and moderator to help the young generation to become in their various field of choice. She is a degree holder from the University of Nigeria Nsukka with second class Honour in linguistics (2003-2006). And a Nigerian Certificate Examination (NCE) holder from Alvan Ikoku College of education Owerri in Imo State Nigeria respective. Uzoh has obtained certificates of Honour mostly in her voluntary services.

She obtained the certificate of active service, on neighborhood watch during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021.

Uzoh obtained a certificate of Excellence as a  Peer Educator on HIV and AIDS Prevention and Care under the scheme of NYSC in 2016.

Abraham Barde, FHEA, is a third year PhD student aiming at advancing the field of fabrication and characterization of sustainable compound semiconductors for optimal green energy generation, with a focus on the modification of a materials manufacturing method, aerosol assisted chemical vapour deposition. Hence, he has designed and is developing a device for producing high-quality, optically functional thin films. His research interest revolves around emerging environmental energies engineering science although his current work primarily seeks to address a major bottleneck in solar-based molecular splitting of water for hydrogen fuel production.

Abraham is a recipient of two doctoral scholarships.  After pursuing a PhD in Materials Science and Engineering at Zhejiang University, China, for one year (2020-21), he transitioned to a different PhD program in Nano and Functional Materials at the University of Manchester. He’s also a lecturer at the Air Force Institute of Technology from 2018 to 2021. Abraham holds a Master’s degree (with Distinction) from the Nigerian Defense  Academy (2013-2016) and a Bachelor’s degree from Usmanu Danfodiyo University (2007-2010).  He fondly referred to himself as a natural social psychologist.