DG, NAPTIP to Speak on Addressing Sexual Violence in Nigeria on WebTV

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Thursday, June 18, 2020 / 08:00 AM / by WebTV/ Header Image Credit:  Ecographics

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WebTV's Human Angle will be featuring a robust conversation on 'How NAPTIP Is Addressing Sexual Violence in Nigeria'.


Guest:           Dame Julie Donli

Date:             Thursday, June 18, 2020

Time:            3.00pm

Platform:    Livestream on YouTubeTwitterFacebook and Instagram

Topic:           How NAPTIP Is Addressing Sexual Violence in Nigeria

Highlights: Available later in the day with link to full video.

Host:            Taiwo Adeoti


Key Discussion Points

  • How  NAPTIP Is  aligning with the Presidential Resolve To Tackle Sexual Violence In Nigeria
  • Publishing Sexual Offenders and The Legal Implications
  • NAPTIP and the Collaboration with Related Government Agencies To Stem The Tide Of Sexual Violence
  • Perspective On the resolve of State Governors to tackle the Tide of rape across the Country.
  • The  National Assembly And The Call for  Stiffer legislations on Sexual Violence Across the States.
  • Creating more Awareness on the Dangers of Sexual Violence and the Support for Victims


Guest Profile

DAME JULIE OKAH-DONLI is a highly motivated and result oriented management and legal expert with over 25 years of invaluable experience with top-notched managerial and leadership skills, and excellent analytical and communication skills.


Born on December 30, 1966; an indigene of Bayelsa State, Julie Okah-Donli has a Degree in Law from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria and was called to the Bar in 1992. In 1990 while at ABU Zaria, she won the Dean of the Faculty of Law Award as the winner of the Moot Court competition.   


She has held many positions in government and in the private sector. Those positions include:

  • Manager: Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC);
  • Company Secretary / Legal Adviser:  Nigerian Capital Market Institute
  • Head, Abuja Regional Office: UBA TRUSTEES PLC
  • Deputy Head of Chambers: Legal Resources Alliances
  • Executive Assistant to the Governor of Bayelsa State: 2007-2012

Before her present appointment, she was the Principal Partner: Julie Okah & Co (Legal Practitioners). She is also a philanthropist and engaged in a number of charity work. She is the Founder: Julie Donli Kidney Foundation.

Appointed to serve as a Member of the Project Advisory Committee on "Empowering Young People in Africa Through Media and Communication", a flagship project of UNESCO. She is the Author of the books:

  • Parenting in the 21st Century,
  • Ending human trafficking in Nigeria: Innovative Policies, Strategies and Tactics and
  • Murky waters: The Stories of Nigerian Girls Who Suffered Various Forms of Exploitation in the Hands of Human Traffickers.


A woman of many parts, she is:                                   

  • Fellow, Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators International (FCIS)                            
  • Associate, Chartered Arbitrators of Nigeria (AcArb)                 
  • Fellow, Certified Institute of Auctioneers (FCIA)

She is also a member of the following bodies:               

  • Nigerian Bar Association
  • International Bar Association
  • Nigeria Institute of Management
  • Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators of Nigeria
  • Institute of Chartered Arbitrators of Nigeria
  • The Certified Institute of Auctioneers Nigeria 


She is a mother of 2 well-adjusted Adults. She is a Knight of the Blessed Virgin Mary, an honour from the Anglican Church of Nigeria. Under her tenure as the Director General of NAPTIP, Dame Julie Okah-Donli has successfully championed the upgrade of Nigeria to Tier 2 of the Trafficking in Persons Report. She is able and determined to ensuring a Human Trafficking free Nigeria.


She is a recipient of many National and International Awards on exemplary leadership and efficient service delivery. The recent being the 2019 Leadership Government of the Year Agency Award. 


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