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Finanace associate
Job Type: Full-Time


From 0 to 2012
University of Westminster, London
From 0 to 2008
University of Abuja
No added languages


Administrative Assistant
Central Bank of Nigeria, Jos branch
April 2009 - February 2010 (11 months)


Led logistics projects in the regular audit check of the bank’s account in which Jos branch took the second position of all CBN branches in the country:

  • Accurately prepared my department’s journals for audit check
  • Made accommodation and feeding arrangements for visiting staff

Assisted in handling logistics projects at the regular CBN staff inter-branch meeting which took place in Jos in 2009:

  • Registration of all participants
  • Printing of programme of events

Delivered excellent customer service and developed skills and strategies for dealing with difficult customers

Led logistics projects in the Annual CBN staff football match held at Jos in 2009:

  • Handled accommodation and feeding arrangements of staff from CBN’s 28 branches
  • Co-ordinated transport arrangements to convey all participants to the venue

Received a recognition from the CBN for meritorious youth service


Developed a less bureaucratic means of processing customers’ complaints, thereby carrying out the work at a much quicker pace and in a more efficient way

ensured that contractor's payment slips are processed within 3 days as opposed to weeks which was the earlier practice

school teacher and Administrator and homeless service Assistant
International community of San't Egidio
June 2005 - December 2011 (6 years 7 months)


Taught primary school children in primary 2 to 6 at a free weekend primary school in Gwagwalada, Abuja.

Undertook administrative and teaching role at a free weekend primary school which I started in Kubwa, Abuja

Prepared sandwiches and tea for homeless people on the streets of London


Led a successful event of young people who went to Kubwa village in Abuja to set up a free weekend primary school

Developed the syllabus used in teaching at the weekend school which recorded an improvement in pupils’ reading ability within 5 months

Initiated practical and interesting means of learning such as visual aids, games and songs which led to an increase of 70% attendance of village children in the school within 3 months of opening