I was born in Enugu, Nigeria where I attended both primary and secondary school. At a very early age I had great interest in current affairs, personal development and religion. Even though my love affair with maths and the sciences dominated my secondary school years, I still had space left for literature, languages, and culture.
After secondary school, I got a scholarship to study engineering in the former Soviet Union. One year was spent in Donetsk, Ukraine mastering the Russian language, while the remaining five academic years was spent in Latvia. I stayed on for many years in Latvia to live and work. My activities there included lecturing, running an NGO, and starring in a reggae band. The NGO, which was called “Afrolat”, was dealing with issues such as society integration, acquainting the locals with Africa, and anti-discrimination. In this position I got involved with many European Network, executed many projects and published my widely read Nigeria Travel Diary in Latvian.
I moved to the UK a few years ago, and presently work in the energy sector after undertaking a master’s in sustainable energy and environment. I am passionate about sustainable development and would like to see my self a player in this area rather than an observer.
I enjoy sharing my experience and observations. You can read my blog at http://cejugbo.blogspot.com/ I am also addicted to reading-something friends call a very positive addiction