Wednesday, June 19, 2019


Ogochukwu Chidiebere Nweke is an African from Nigeria. He is a lawyer, a social media consultant, a communications expert, a relationship counsellor and public speaker.

His knowledge about students in Tertiary institutions in West Africa is current and comprehensive, as he has been lecturing and speaking in various universities, in various countries, and in various capacities since 2001.

His contributions to the use of social media in teaching and learning (on and off campus) won an award for the African University College of Communications (AUCC), in New York, USA, through a programme facilitated by AUCC and Simmons College, Boston, USA. He is also an associate director with the International Institute for ICT Journalism.

Ogochukwu has received trainings in various areas of social relations, and has certificates in:

  • Philosophy, from the University of Edinburgh
  • Entrepreneurship, from the University of Maryland
  • Creative Problem Solving, from the University of Minnesota
  • Religious Literacy, from Harvard University

He has presented radio and Tv shows related to lifestyle and current affairs, and is regular panellist on various Tv and radio programmes across Western and Southern Africa.  He has been contributing in the West African Regional Magazine for many years now and a prominent figure during most of the awards programmes within the sub-region and beyond.

He is currently the Director of Corporate Affairs at the African University College of Communications, and an adjunct lecturer at the Regent University College of Science and Technology. He is the president and founder, of the 42nd Generation, a youth focused organisation whose aim is to rebuild the leadership of Africa. He is also the initiator and host of the “Marriage Clinic”, one of the most reputable relationship programmes in Ghana.