Emmanuel is a Master of Public Policy candidate and an Africa Initiative for Governance (AIG) scholar at the University of Oxford’s Blavatnik School of Government. Having worked in environmental consulting, sustainable development research, and clean energy policy advocacy for about 4 years, he brings rich competence to the Oxford Africa Conference.

A true Nigerian by birth, Emmanuel holds a first class bachelor’s from the University of Lagos, a Master’s with Distinction from the University of Greenwich, and exudes a rare passion for the African continent. He hopes to see a new Africa, where economic growth is ecologically sustainable and socially inclusive, leaving no African behind; an Africa that plays a more vibrant role not only in uplifting its people, but also in tackling collective global challenges.