Born in Jos on 29 September 1975, Uche had her primary education at University of Jos Primary School before proceeding to Tempest Comprehensive High School and later, the University Jos from where she graduated in 2001, with a Diploma in Special Education Upper Credit.
Uche then served from 1998 -1999 as a Teaching assistant at the Special Education Model Teaching Centre of the University of Jos and has since 2001 been gainfully employed as a teacher at Open Doors Special Education Centre Jos. Plateau State.
Uchenna who is the founder of the CP Society of Plateau State, has authored a book about her life, titled “Miss Courageous” to help encourage families of children with CP. In June 2009, she attended a conference in South Africa where people with disabilities from all over Africa learned to tell the story of their life digitally. Uche’s story also titled “Miss Courageous” is on YouTube.
This lovely lady whose objective in Life is to encourage families of children with cerebral palsy, loves dancing, traveling!
Born on 1st of August, 1981, Busola who holds a Master’s Degree in International Economics & Trade from the prestigious London Metropolitan University, is a self-motivated team-player who is keen to take on new challenges.
After her first degree in Economics from Babcock University, Nigeria Busola served in the 2005/2006 set of the National Youth Service program and worked briefly with League Concepts and Marketing Ltd Nigeria, where she served as Researcher Officer and Associate Editor of the company’s magazine “Agro Pivot” in 2008.
In addition, she also did Administrative/Voluntary work with various organisations in London, England between 2010 and 2011
Since March 2012 she has been working with Children Developmental Centre (CDC), Surulere, Lagos, as a Project officer.
Busola who has a number of Research works to her credit, likes travelling, reading, meeting people and watching Football.