Meet the Team



1. Mr. Emmanuel C.Agese B.Sc(Ed) Economics (Delta State University Abraka) - School Administrator 2. Mrs. Rachael Funmiloyo Ibietan- Class Teacher 3. Mrs. Affiong Ibukun-oni- Class Teacher 4. Mrs. Awakulu Amodu- Class Teacher 5. Mrs. Josephine F. Akintibo- Class Teacher 6. Mrs. Chinyere Eucharia Obetta- Class Teacher 7. Mrs. Kemi O. Agboola- Class Teacher 8. Ms. Blessing Adeyonu- Class Teacher 9. Miss Maria Alao- Class Assistant 10. Mr. Shem Ngbako Baba- Teaching Staff 12. Mrs. Caroline Okhitoya 12. Mrs. Rose Oya 13. Mrs. Gloria Onyekwere 14. Miss Nancy Aloho 15. Mrs. Jennifer Anoma 16. Ms. Regina Moses 17. Mr. Elisha Ibrahim.

The School Administrator

Mr Emmanuel Agese

I hail from Ndokwa-West Local Government Area in Delta State, Nigeria. I have spent about “a score year” in the teaching profession and I am of the opinion that teaching is a calling and not a job (Eph 4:11). I am a graduate of Economics Education from the Delta State University Abraka. I also have an Advance and Basic certificate in Leadership from Daystar Leadership Academy following my quest for organizational leadership and Leadership development. I have partnered with the Lagos Empowerment and Resource Network (LEARN) through Fifth-Gear Consulting to train participants (teenagers) on Leadership and Team Building I joined Peniel Children Academy in the year 2015 as the School Administrator/Head Teacher where I am responsible for the operational management of the school- education of all pupils, management of Staff, Parents and formulating of school policies. As a positive mindset advocate, one of the challenges I faced when I joined the school was correcting some negative mind set and instilling discipline by painting pictures. Today, the school has the best team of staff and like we will always say; it’s not all about us but all about the Children and their future. This has been my driving force and it has with time been the driving force of every staff. The school with time will evolve into something magnificent in this city and in Nigeria as a whole because we are taking practical step to climb to the top without seeing any stairs. I believe that what we do in this school in vital in our world in many ways. Locally, we provide pupils with a sense of belonging and we connect them with the school community and their community; nationally, we develop our pupils to respect the cultural views of others. In Peniel Children Academy, we teach and develop children and not subjects.