Majorwaves Energy Report
Margaret Nongo-Okojokwu is the editor of Majorwaves Energy Report and a Public Speaker at international oil and gas events. Having practiced journalism for 10 years, she uses these platforms to promote host community development and inclusion in economic activities by Oil majors and other stake holders in the full value chain of the extractive industry in Nigeria and some other African countries. She is also a strong advocate for youth empowerment and mentorship for young professionals.
Margaret studied Mass Communication at the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, where she obtained a BSc. She later acquired a certificate in Advanced Writing and Reporting Skills from the School of Media and Communications (SMC), Pan Atlantic University, Lagos, Nigeria. She studied Digital Media and Communications in Civic Leadership at the College of Journalism and Mass Communications, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; USA; where she is currently studying for her master’s in journalism and Mass Communication.
She served as sub-Editor, Ministers Alive Magazine; Senior Correspondent and Acting Editor at the Nigerian Orient News Magazine, Editor Orient Energy Review, a brand she worked hard to build for 8 years before moving on to Majorwaves Energy Report where she currently seats as Editor and Director of Majorwaves Communications limited.
Margaret is a recipient of the prestigious Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders award. Her work has gotten her recognition by Chevron Nigeria Limited which translated to scholarship at the Pan Atlantic University; other bodies include OPEC (Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries); NCDMB (Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Boards); PETAN (Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria); a host of African development event organisers;
Margaret is the immediate past Publicity Secretary of the Mandela Washington Fellowship Alumni Association of Nigeria (MWFAAN), an associate member of the Nigerian Gas Association (NGA) and was recently made the West African Representative of the African Natural Resources Institute (ANRI), Kampala, Uganda.
She is happily married with children.