Chidi Igwe, PhD, Founder/CEO

I was born in Nigeria and trained in Canada. With a Master of Arts in linguistics from the University of Regina, and PhD from Dalhousie University, I am currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Regina. I have taught French language and linguistics in various institutions, including the French Language Centre, Awka and Dalhousie University, Halifax.

I am the author of Taking Back Nigeria from 419, published in 2007, and many scholarly articles in reputable academic journals. I am a passionate servant of the people.

Izunna Okafor, Igbo Language Activist

Izunna is a multiple award wining creative young Nigerian writer, poet, essayist, publicist, journalist and Igbo language activist. He hails from Ebenator, Nnewi South L.G.A of Anambra State, Nigeria.

He has written and published many books, including novels, short stories, poems and articles/essays both in soft and hard copies. He writes both in the Igbo and English languages and has published enormously in the both. He has in the front line of his writing, the vision and mission of promoting the Igbo language and culture, and is one of those who still say NO to the 2012 prediction by the UNESCO that Igbo language will go extinct soonest.

Ibe Kelechukwu, Igbo Language Warrior

Ibe KeleChukwu hails from Umunze in Orumba South Local Government Area of Anambra State.

He obtained his first degree from the Department of Pure and Industrial Chemistry, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka in 2015. He is keen on having impact on his generation and making indelible mark in the sands of time. In line with this, he has so far had a published work in American Chemical Society Journal titled "Effects of Refining Processes in Physicochemical Properties of Some Selected Vegetable Oil".