Ugochukwu Aloh (born 17 December 1992) is a writer, political philosopher, human rights, and climate change activist with a double degree in Philosophy from Pontifical Urban University, Rome, and Imo State University Owerri. A member of the African Action Congress, Ugochukwu ran for State House of Assembly in the 2019 Elections. After graduating from Urban University, he served as a volunteer for educational improvement in Kwara State and for the past four years, has been a consistent commentator on Global, African and Nigerian, political and governmental issues. Over the years after graduation, Ugochukwu has done academic programs with the University of London (Global Diplomacy: The United Nations in the World), Yale University (Moral Foundation of Politics), Stanford University (Love as a Force for Social Justice), University of Michigan (Writing and Editing), Bocconi University (International Leadership and Organizational Behavior) and Global Health Diplomacy (University of New York). Currently, he serves as African Secretary-General for Transdisciplinary Agora for Future Discussions.
Reduction and elimination of poverty of the mind and body for all human citizens.
The mission to be outstretched to the limit as an example of excellence to those coming after me by making any person I meet in life better than I met him/her and making any place I will ever be better than I met it.