Our Team

Management Team

Education Without Walls

Osita Oparaugo, Esq

Founder and CEO

Barrister at Law, Osita Oparaugo is the Founder and CEO of Education Without Walls for All Africa and Ogelle. Africa’s pioneer online video sharing resource and entertainment platform for African content only. A User Generated Content (UGC) and Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD) platform with Pan African coverage in terms of diversity of content themes, content creation and representation in languages.

Osita received his Bachelor of Laws degree from The University of Buckingham, United Kingdom and holds several international certifications from Harvard Business School and other notable institutions, and Diploma on Cinematography, Film/Video Producing from New York Film Academy.

He has also taken courses on resource development centring on project planning, development and implementation in developing countries. A Merit Award Winner in recognition of his selfless contribution and dedication to rural development in Africa especially with STEM eLearning as a tool of empowerment for African youths.

He is actively involved in various charitable causes around Africa and a lover of football and golf.

Kenechukwu Agwu

Head Legal, Commercial and Strategy

Kenechukwu Agwu has over 5 years’ post-call experience as a legal practitioner in Nigeria. She obtained her LLB from the University of Leicester and LLM in Corporate and Commercial Law from Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom.

She worked for one of the leading commercial law firms in Nigeria, Ajumogobia & Okeke where she resolved several matters by litigation, undertook regulatory compliance, provided company secretarial services and legal advisory to individuals and both local and multinational companies.

She had a brief career at Fidelity Bank Plc as a Legal Officer before joining Ogéllé as Head Legal, Commercial and Strategy. She also has a deep interest in technology and passion for women and social development, which she will utilise towards making Ogéllé the biggest brand in Africa for Educational Technology.

Juliet .N. Ijei

Co-ordinator, Education Without Walls

BSc. Industrial Chemistry, UNN; Global Executive MBA CEIBS, Zurich, Cert. Product Technical/Marketing Medcaptain Medical Technology Ltd, Shenzhen China; Cert. Product Marketing David Medical devices Co. Ltd. Ningbo, China. DIP/ADV DIP Religious Studies, LABICO (in View). Co-founder, Admin/HR/Sales-Director Africamed Bio Technology Nigeria Limited.

A professional with strong managerial, Human Resource, sales and Leadership experiences. Public speaker, Passionate and highly effective with success in instructional strategies to develop trainees/students’ academic skills and improve performances. Recognized for the ability to develop strong relationships and strategic planning for corporate good. Calm, Active listener, Effective communicator, and great team player.

Advisory Team

Education Without Walls

Mr. Modest Jonathan Mero


Mr. Modest Jonathan Mero is a statutory retired civil servant on 28 September 2019 at 60 years of age.  He has been Ambassador Extra Ordinary and Plenipotentiary, The Permanent Représentative of the United Republic of Tanzania to United Nations in Geneva Switzerland and simultaneous in Vienna Austria from 2013 – 2016 thereafter transferred to  New York United States of America from 23 December 2016 to 16 December 2019. 

Served as Head of Policy at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation 2005 – 2006, and worked at the Ministry of Industry and Trade as Senior Economist 1987 – 2004simultaneously a Senior Programme Officer SADC Industry and Trade Sector in Dar Es Salaam from 1987 – 2003.  From 2004 – 2005 was a Trade Policy Advisor to the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Executive Secretary on Trade Policy issues from 2004 – 2005.

He hold a B.Sc (Hons) University of Dar Es Salaam, M.Sc. (Finance) from the University of Strathclyde Glasgow UK and various Post Graduate training from International University of Japan, Inter University Institute for Training and Development, Vrije University, Brussels, Belgium and very many others.

Rita Obi

Content Aggregator / eLearning Coordinator

My passion is to teach and interact with children. I am passionate about the girl child and her development. I worked as a volunteer for 6 months with Wings of Justice International Foundation before joining them full time as a field officer dealing with out-of-school kids. I hope that some day every child will have access to quality education irrespective of their socio-economic background.

Joining Wings of Justice Limited and Ogelle eLearning to promote STEM learning across Africa, is a dream job for me. I have a way with young people like me and understand their language which I will leverage in
building the right bridge between our product Education Without Walls
for All Africa and our target audience.

I am an International Relations graduate of Benson Idahosa University, Benin City, Edo State Nigeria and have taken several courses on primary and post primary education support systems.

Omoayena Rosemary Odunbaku

Omoayena Rosemary Odunbaku spent most of her life in the city of Lagos- an intense urban environment in a developing country and has always had an inherent interest and engagement with development issues. These influenced her enthusiasm and contribution across the African continent. She holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Urban and Regional Planning from the prestigious University of Lagos, Nigeria and currently works with the United Nations Human Settlements Programmes (UN-Habitat), as the Senior Programme Officer, Human Settlements, Anglophone West Africa. Dr Odunbaku previously held a dual position of Acting Head, Governance Unit and Programme Officer Africa Urban Agenda programme (AUA) in UN-Habitat. She acquired a good understanding of the normative and operational mandates of the United Nations and worked closely with the Africa Union Commission (AUC), United Nations Commission for Africa (UNECA), Africa Development Bank (AfDB), United Cities and Local Government for Africa (UCCLG-A) and Regional Economic Commissions in Africa whilst implementing the AUA. She recently authored a book to mentor young African females titled OMOH on her 40th birthday. OMOH is an objective account of her memoirs; a revealing story of how against all odds, she lived through the pain of her parents’ separation and assumed parental roles as minor, defied all the odds to become a dedicated mother to my three children whilst focusing on breaking the glass ceiling.