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Showing posts from July, 2012

Ngozi Braide

Deputy Superintendent of Police, Ngozi Conchita Braide is the first female Lagos Police Command Public Relations Officer, PPRO. She joined the Nigeria Police in 1996 as a Cadet Inspector and has attended several professional courses both within and outside Nigeria. She was part of the United Nations Peace Keeping Operation in Liberia in 2006 where she was appointed the head of Finance Unit of the United Nations Police in Liberia. There, she earned a commendation award for devotion to duty and hardwork. Ngozi also served with International Criminal Police Organisation, INTERPOL between 1999 – 2003. While at INTERPOL, she was also attached to Organized Crime Division, OCD. From 2007, she worked at Force Intelligence Bureau (FIB) and Special Fraud Unit. While at the SFU, she was attached to Commercial Fraud Unit and later she rose to become the Sectional head of Oil and Gas Fraud Section. Ngozi who hails from Imo State is  a graduate of English from the Lagos State University.

Chioma Amaechi

One to watch Chioma Amaechi is a member of the USA's female Weightlifting team for the 2012 Olympic games in London. She’s the top junior female (20-and-under) in the country according to USA Weightlifting. Born in San Fransico, Chioma attends UC Berkeley where she studies History and Education. 22 year old Chioma who began weightlifting in 2009 and will compete in the +75 weight class.

Paul Chiedozie

One to watch Paul started his professional acting career at the age of 16, as an extra in harry potter and the goblet of fire. He went on to study performing arts at NewVic college, also joining east London's Theatre Royal putting on performances such as conflictions. Paul got his first big role in the Feature turned Short Stick With Me, giving Paul the resources to open up his own performing arts company ZEMS. Paul will feature in Brash Young Turks, an expected blockbuster about several young people who collide as they struggle to deal with issues of greed, deception, money and power in an attempt to pursue their dreams. We think he is one to watch.

Prosper Nwankpa

Mr. Prosper Nwankpa Co-Founded iVentster, Inc. and serves as its Chief Technology Officer. Mr. Nwankpa oversees the software development unit and directs his team in building highly available scaleable systems. Under he aegis of his software architectural genuis, his team has built the infrastructure behind Peanut Labs™ unique sampling technology. He began his IT career in the early days of social media. Prior to Peanut Labs™, he co-founded, designed and built, a social network application, a competitor to MySpace, that grew to support a user base of more than 2 million monthly users and 500 million monthly page views. In addition to his love of computers and software, he served as President of the Williams Institute of Technology (WIT) from 2002 to 2004, where he mentored aspiring web engineers. During his tenure, his team built a suite of applications that were immediately put to use by various departments of the college. He served as a Director of iVentster, Inc.