Margaret Ade Onojobi – Woman in the Community

Evangelist Margaret Ade-Onojobi (Nee Odeyale) is the founder and CEO of Barnabas Global Ministries. She has been involved in community engagement and services since 1994.

She impacts under the United Nations 17 Sustainable Goals through her charity, Barnabas Global Ministries (BGM) in the United Kingdom, Kenya, Philippines, Nigeria and The Gambia. Through BGM projects, she contributes to health, well being, education, gender equality, food distribution and outreach, develop entrepreneurs, information and advice, support domestic violence victims, orphans, youths, persons living with HIV/AIDS, Christmas hamper to single parents and low income families; sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ as BGM feeds and clothes in London since January 2011; and steering others towards their purposes and destinies.

For several years, she self funded projects within Barnabas Global Ministries making positive changes and transforming lives; until individuals and organisations began supporting which enabled her do more for the under privileged.

Margaret is an Assistant Service Manager in Adults Social Services Learning Disability Team, she is an experienced School Pastor, School Governor, Freelance Clinical Reviewer for Mental Health in Autism, Learning Disability and Behaviour That Concerns, Prison Fellowship Group Leader, member of the Board of Director, Mencap Trust Company, Co-publisher in the Scandinavian Journal of Psychology and the author of “Diary of a Missionary”. A YouTube content creator focusing on faith, lifestyle and social issues. She is a qualified psychodynamic counsellor and mentor. She is a mother and grandmother.