The thermal decomposition and kinetic behavior of Avocado peel was investigated using thermogravimetry under Nitrogen atmosphere from an ambient temperature to 870 o C. The thermogravimetric data for the peel decomposition at 3 different heating rates (10, 15 and 20 o C/min), an onset and off set temperatures of 100 o C and 700 o C, and iso-conversional temperature integral methods (Flynn Wall Ozawa and Kinsinger Akahira Sunose) were used to evaluate the non-isothermal decomposition kinetics of the peel. The minimum (Ea,min), maximum (Ea,max) and average (Ea) apparent activation energies using the FWO model were 28.810 kJ/mol, 37.340 kJ/mol and 31.948 kJ/mol respectively while the minimum (Ea,min), maximum (Ea,max) and average (Ea) apparent activation energies using the KAS model were 20.406 kJ/mol, 28.134 kJ/mol and 23.619 kJ/mol respectively. The minimum (K0,min), maximum (K0,max) and average values for pre-exponential factor, which was expressed as a shape function of the activation energies distribution and optimized, were 3.9291 min-1 , 22.8529 min-1 , and 9.2963 min-1 , for FWO model and 0.00015 min-1 , 0.00055 min-1 and 0.00027 min-1 , for KAS model respectively. The order of the reaction was 1.0001. The extent of mass conversion was dependent on the apparent activation energy Ea and pre-exponential factor values which confirm evidence of multi-step decomposition kinetics, an assumption made for iso-conversional models development. The thermal profile and kinetic data obtained for the avocado peel could be deployed in a pilot scale to assess its thermal stability and economic viability and also in modeling, designing and developing thermo-chemical system for the conversion of the avocado peel.