Daniel Olu-Jones

Paralegal, Sierra Leone, Makeni, Sierra Leone

Daniel completed his secondary education at the Prince of Wales School in Freetown, Sierra Leone and attended the Milton Margai College of Education Science and Technology (MMCET), where he earned a diploma in Peace and Conflict Studies. Upon graduation, he worked as a volunteer teacher at a primary school in Freetown, then joined BRAC Sierra Leone as a paralegal in Port Loko District. Prior to joining Namati full-time, Daniel served as a volunteer intern in the Makeni office. The conflict resolution and peacebuilding knowledge he gained at the MMCET has helped him become a strong mediator in his work as a Legal Empowerment Advocate with Namati.

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