PEACrEc Celebrates Chidinma Ojukwu on this Mother’s Day

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PEACrEc Celebrates Chidinma Ojukwu on this Mother’s Day

PEACrEc celebrates Chidinma Ojukwu today as a young mother on Mother’s Day and again as a young professional in commemoration of International Women’s Day

Chidinma Ojukwu

Hello PEACrEc community, please meet the lady who got Peace and Conflict Resolution Resource Centre registered as a very young lawyer at practically no cost except for statutory fees.

PEACrEc celebrates Chidinma Ojukwu today as a young mother on Mother’s Day and again as a young professional in commemoration of International Women’s Day

Chidinma Ojukwu

PEACrEc celebrates her today as a young mother on Mother’s Day and again as a young professional in commemoration of International Women’s Day this month. She’s the only one on the platform not as a PRO but as someone who stands out clearly in her contribution to the fast-growing Security Communications sector of our national life. We actually owe the name PEACrEc to her ingenuity in matching our objectives with names available at the time of entering for registration.

All stand please, for our very dear Chidinma Ojukwu. A Squadron Leader at Nigerian Airforce Legal Services Department.

PEACrEc celebrates Chidinma Ojukwu today as a young mother on Mother’s Day and again as a young professional in commemoration of International Women’s Day

PEACrEc celebrates Chidinma Ojukwu today as a young mother on Mother’s Day and again as a young professional in commemoration of International Women’s Day

We salute the Nigerian Airforce for its consistency in gender sensitivity and the support for our Security Communications efforts.

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