My research interests are largely multidisciplinary and span across critical environmental science related themes; hydrology, drought and flood risk, groundwater vulnerability to contamination/pollution, environmental and waste management amongst others. I am also a firm advocate for the UN SDG’s 3, 6, and 11 in Sub Saharan Africa. I completed my Bachelor of Science in Geological Sciences from Nnamdi Azikiwe University (NAU), Nigeria with a first-class honours, and an MSc. in Applied Geographical Information Systems and Remote Sensing at the University of Southampton where I achieved a distinction. My master’s thesis was titled: Flood Risk and Groundwater Contamination: A Spatio-temporal Assessment of Nigeria from 2015 – 2021. It was a development impact targeted research sponsored by the UK DFID Commonwealth Shared Scholarships to inform national preparedness; advise development strategies and sustainable policies in the management of groundwater resources to prevent contamination due to flooding in the country. Essentially, It sought to establish a link between flood occurrence, groundwater contamination and the spread of water-borne diseases. To achieve this, I examined the exposure and vulnerability of the country’s groundwater resources to contamination due to extreme flooding events; likewise, I reviewed the exposure and vulnerability of the country’s significant population including children less than five years old who had constituted the mortality majority across the country due to the menace.