Ochanya Dan-Ugo

Ochanya Dan-Ugo

Internal & Regulatory Compliance

Ochanya Dan-Ugo is currently the Director/Group Chief Risk Officer (GCRO) of Unified Payments® (UP®), otherwise known as Unified Payment Services Limited (Nigeria’s premier Payments & Financial Technology company founded in 1997 by a consortium of leading Nigerian banks to serve as a shared infrastructure for the banking community in Nigeria and Payments Service Provider within and outside Nigeria).

Ochanya is also a member of the Board of Directors of Hope Payment Service Bank Limited – Nigeria’s premier Digital-first Bank incorporated in September, 2019, to deliver inclusive financial services by leveraging digital technologies. She worked with National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) for fourteen years and rose to the level of Chief Superintendent of Narcotics and a Principal Staff Officer.

She is a Certified Risk and Compliance Management Professional (CRCMP); certified in Management of Risk ( M_O_R) (Foundation and Practioner levels) and certified in ISO 31000 (Lead Risk Manager).  A certified Information Systems Risk and Compliance Professional (CISRCP), a certified Cyber Governance Risk and Compliance Professional (CGRCP), a Certified Protection Officer (CPO), a certification awarded by the International Foundation for Protection Officers (IFPO). A fellow of the Institute of Disaster Management and Safety Science (FDMSS).

Ochanya holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Jos; Post Graduate Diploma, Education, a Post Graduate Degree in Humanitarian and Refugee Studies from the University of Lagos; She is an alumnus of the Lagos Business School, the Metropolitan School of Business and Management, United Kingdom and Cornell University, USA. She has been serving as a member of Visa Risk Executive Council for the Sub-Saharan Africa since 2012 till date.  She is an ex-officio member, Internal and Regulatory Compliance (IRC) of the Praise of His Glory Ministry. She is happily married to Mr Dan Ugo with the blessing of children.

Godfrey Omokaro

Godfrey Omokaro

Coordinator, Friends of Mission & Missionaries (Port-Harcourt Hub)

Godfrey Omokaro is the Coordinator for Friends of Mission and Missionaries (FoMM), Port Harcourt, Nigeria. He is an ordained minister in The Redeemed Christian Church of God and registered Engineer working as an Instrumentation and Metering Specialist in the oil and gas industry.

He holds a Bachelor degree in Electrical/Electonics Engineering from the Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Nigeria.

Though he attended church, Godfrey eventually gave his life to Christ during an office christian fellowship meeting in April 2007. He has strong passion for soul-winng and loves mentoring young adults and youths.

He is married to Dooyum and they are blessed with 3 children, Nosa, Ese and Efosa.

Tosin Olabenjo

Tosin Olabenjo

Assistant Secretary

Tosin Olabenjo is a born again Christian and a member of the Redeemed Christian Church of God. She has been involved with missions and Praise of His Glory Ministry (PHGM) since inception in 2009. She is currently the Assistant Secretary of PHGM. She is an international ambassador for Christian Missionary Foundation (CMF).

She has worked as a volunteer for Calvary Ministries (CAPRO) and CMF. She has attended various discipleship and missions training, including a post-graduate diploma from RCCG Bible School, RCCG School of Discipleship, and CAPRO’s DIMEP. She has also attended various missions conferences at home and abroad. She teaches the new believer’s class in RCCG.

Tosin is currently a Project Manager for Schlumberger where she leads various high-profile deepwater projects across sub-Saharan Africa. She began her career in E&P industry 13 years ago in Schlumberger as a Field Engineer in the Drilling and Measurements Product Line.

Tosin earned her bachelor’s degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering from the University of Lagos, Nigeria. She also has a Master’s in Business Administration from Herriot Watt University, Edinburgh, United Kingdom. Before starting her career in the Oil & Gas industry, she had a brief stint in the Telecommunications industry where she worked for Phillips and Suburban Telecoms.