Agagbe Kelvin is a social accountability activist and an advocate for social justice. With over four years of work experience in the social sector, Agagbe is a passionate project manager and advocate for social change. As the state lead of Follow The Money, the flagship initiative of Connected Development (CODE), Kelvin leads a team of volunteers in implementing grassroots campaigns and projects that promote accountability, transparency, and good governance. He has also developed and executed multiple initiatives that empower communities to demand and access quality education, health, WASH and agricultural services.
Agagbe is currently a legislative intern at Policy and Legal Advocacy Centre (PLAC), where he supports the monitoring and analysis of bills, motions, and policies that affect the lives of Nigerians while providing technical assistance to the Senate standing committee on agricultural production services and rural development.
His skills in adaptive leadership, community organizing, and team leadership enables him to collaborate effectively with diverse stakeholders, mobilize resources, and deliver impactful results. Kelvin is driven by the mission of creating a more inclusive, equitable, and sustainable society for all. Agagbe is a member of the Network of Effective African Leaders (NEAL), a lifetime network of seasoned leaders trained by the Center for social awareness, advocacy and ethics (CSAAE).