The Supreme Council of the United International Peace and Governance Council of Africa (UNIPGC, Africa) has congratulated Ambassador (Dr) Jonathan Ojadah, on his appointment as the Acting Global President of the International Peace and Governance Council (IPGC) , USA and Chartered Institute of Peace and Governance (CIPG), Texas, USA.

Ojadah, a Nigerian, is the youngest Diplomat and the first African to head the Supreme Council of the International Peace and Governance Council (IPGC), USA and Chartered Institute of Peace and Governance (CIPG), Texas, USA.

In a statement issued by Ambassador Lorna Williams, Secretary General of the Supreme Council, enjoined Ojadah to use the opportunity to continue his good works in Nigeria, Africa and the World at large.

Williams noted that Ojadah has shown tremendous commitment towards the uplifting of the organization which has earned him the nomination by 2/3 members of the Supreme Council in fulfillment of the organization’s requirement in the Constitution.

The statement reads in part: “The Supreme Council of the International Peace and Governance Council, IPGC, Atlanta, USA and the Chartered Institute of Peace and Governance, CIPG, Texas, USA has confirmed the appointment of His Excellency, Amb. (Dr) Jonathan Ojadah in acting capacity as Global President of both organizations (IPGC & CIPG), USA.”

Williams added that since the organization’s existence, there has been slow progress in terms of project implementations until Amb. Jonathan Ojadah came on board in 2021 as Head Of Mission for Africa which has recorded many achievements of the organization including partnerships with various Governments in Africa where he operates as Head Of Mission / Director General, UNIPGC Africa.

“It is quite impressive that Amb. Jonathan Ojadah who is a Nigerian Citizen, Peace Diplomat, International Business Development Expert and Investment Promotion Consultant is the first African and youngest Diplomat to head the Supreme Council since the organization’s existence in 2002,” the statement said.

It is of note that IPGC is a registered civil society organization in the USA with Continental chapters and representations in Asia, Australia, Europe and Africa.

The organization is in partnership and active working relationship with various United Nations Associations (Ghana, Nigeria); including the African Union (AU ECOSSOC).

IPGC is also in collaboration with reputable institutions worldwide including seasoned professionals, Scholars and experts who handle civil and ethnic conflicts, inter-state wars, terrorism, poverty eradication, negative impacts of economic globalization, human rights abuses, and the problems experienced by transitional and democratizing societies which portray a challenging list of problems that confront us today.

IPGC African Chapter is registered in Kigali Rwanda as the United International Peace and Governance Council of Africa (UNIPGC AFRICA) as its Continental Headquarters for its Peace and Governance advocacy mission in Africa.




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