By calling Eyitayo Dada is an Evangelist, teacher of the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ and a church administrator. She ministers the love of Christ to families across the world. She has a special passion for teaching on the integrity of the Christian family focusing on its impact on the global move of God. She also loves to minister to youth and volunteers at programs focused on reducing violence among youth. She spends time refocusing youth and young adults on the fear of God and building integrity in all areas of their lives.
Professionally Eyitayo Dada is a Legal Practitioner called to the Nigerian and Canadian Bars. She is an entrepreneur, human service provider and an adult educator with proven experience with people from all cultures and backgrounds. She practiced as a solicitor and advocate in the environmentally ravaged Niger Delta region of Nigeria for over fifteen years and was an ardent advocate for women’s rights. Eyitayo has outstanding leadership and organizational skills and continues to play a significant role in the social justice and international Human Rights Movement.
Eyitayo is Happily Married to Amos Dada they are blessed with children and grandchildren
She currently runs her Legal Practice in the Toronto Area and works as the Director of Amelie House and St. Francis Residence, homes for individuals facing various life challenges. She is a past chair of the Board of Directors of the African Canadian Legal Clinic, the founding president of the Continental African Family Outreach Services, the founding Vice President of the Canadian Association of Nigerian Lawyers and a member of numerous professional bodies and has represented several organizations at International conferences including the United Nations World Conference Against Racism in Durban, South Africa as well as the NAACP Civil Rights Institute. She also led the ACLC’s delegation to the UN headquarters in Geneva where she presented both written and oral submissions to the Fourth Session of the Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent.She is a certified instructor with The International Association of Non-Violent Crisis Intervention.
awards & achievements
I believe marriage is meant to be enjoyed, and not meant to be endured. I have been counselling couples for over 20 years and I have been married for over 30 years. i have seen weddings evolve during these times. Due to popular demand I wrote book about marriage I called “Making Your Marriage Work: Maama’s Practical Wisdom for a Lasting, Happy Marriage”
With a Ph. D in Pastoral Counseling (HON) from the Canadian Institute of Christian Counselors, Eyitayo was named one of the “100 Black Women to Watch in Canada” in 2016. In 2017 she received the Professional Excellency award in the category of Legal and Community Services.