is a Nigerian financial services industry practitioner, a credit and risk management specialist, and a school owner. She served as the chairman of Access Bank PLC and sits as a non-executive director on the board of Premium Pensions Limited, Action Aid, and MTN Foundation. She has served as the Non-Executive Director of Asset and Resources Management, and Acting MD of Africa, Guaranty Trust Bank.
Is a Nigerian Journalist, Politician, Television Anchor, and Newspaper Columnist. He was the People’s Democratic Party (PDP)'s Deputy Governorship candidate in Ogun State for the 2019 Gubernatorial election. Abati was Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria between the Year 2011 and 2015. He was previously a newspaper columnist and the chairman of the editorial board of the Nigerian newspaper The Guardian from 2001 to 2011.
He is a graduate of Theater Arts from the University of Calabar. Equally important, Reuben Abati is a Senior Research Associate with the Olusegun Obasanjo Centre for Cultural Studies and the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN).
is a Nigerian former teacher and Deputy Governor of Lagos State from 2007 to 2011. She was born in Lagos 11 February 1956 to the aristocratic family of Chief and Princess Durosinmi of Irewe town in Ojo Local Government Area, Badagry division. Her mother hails from the Fafunwa Onikoyi Royal Family of Ita-Onikoyi in Idumota, Lagos Island, and her father was a member of the defunct Action Group (AG) and Unity Party of Nigeria (UPN), thus making him a long-time disciple of Obafemi Awolowo. Due to her maternal ancestry, the former Deputy Governor bears the Yoruba traditional title Omoba.
She commenced her sojourn in the teaching profession at the then Lagos State College of Education, Ijanikin (now Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education) in 1980 where she obtained the National Certificate of Education (NCE) and later proceeded to the University of Lagos, Akoka, where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts in English Education (B.A) Ed in 1988 and a master's degree in Adult Education ( M.Ed ) 1989. Her determination to keep abreast with technology led her in 2004, to proceed for an Advanced Diploma in Information Technology at the Lagos City Computer College. She also serves as the commissioner of education in Lagos.
is a Physician with over a 35-year experience in the field of Public Health. He is the Otunba Omila of Ijebu.
He is a medical graduate of the University of Ibadan and has a Masters of Public Health from Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, U.S.A. He is a fellow of the West African College of Physicians, Royal Society of Medicine, United Kingdom amongst others. He has a wide range of both Public and Private Sector administrative experience.
Oshin has managed and/or directed several developmental projects for the African Development Bank, World Bank, UNDP, and the Federal and State Governments of Nigeria, whose outcomes have brought the desired change. He was Consultant to the Governor of Ogun State on Health Matters (2003-2005) and the immediate past Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of the Governing Council of Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State.
He is an active member of the boards of several companies. He is also involved in charity work and serves as Chairman of the Anu Dosekun Foundation.
was born in London to Nigerian parents. He returned with his family to Nigeria when he was ten years old, going to school there, and attending the University of Ife. He returned to London to study scriptwriting, completing a TV and video course, and writing several screenplays.
In 1996-7 Opesan was editor of the Nigerian lifestyle magazine Ovation. In 1997 he published his second novel, Many Rivers to Cross, under his own name. In 1999 he became the editor of another lifestyle magazine, Omega. He also contributed an essay on African businesses in the UK to the 2000 Penguin anthology IC3.
Opesan gained a BA in Business Studies from the University of East London and a MA in Mass Communications from the University of Leicester before training as a secondary school math teacher. He became head of mathematics and later assistant head teacher at George Mitchell School in Leyton. In 2007 he moved to Lagos as the founding Principal of Meadow Hall School, Lekki, Lagos. There he has also authored an introductory book about Nigerian history, Nigeria in 101 Headlines.
was appointed to the Board of FBN Holdings Plc on 29 April 2021 as a Non-Executive Director. He has almost two decades experience in IT, Telecoms and the Fintech sectors working on projects in multiple segments. He is currently CEO of ICX Solutions ltd and is a consultant with the World Bank and National Identity Management Commission (NIMC). He sits on the board of Axelerate Consulting Services Limited and advisory board member Massachusetts institute of technology programme (MIT/REAP) in partnership with NITDA.
A thoroughbred project management and ICT Consultant with engagement in public and private sectors of the Nigerian economy. Some of the ICT projects were implemented in partnership with key multinational tech companies such as IBM, Microsoft, Cisco, Intels
Corporation to deliver Internet Technologies, e-govt solutions, and Enterprise Management Systems.
Khalifa Imam attended the prestigious Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, and SMU (virtual program) Switzerland. In the course of his illustrious career, he has attended a number of foreign and local trainings, he is also a member of various professional bodies which include the Royal United Services Institute (Defense and Security) London, UK, the
Information Systems Audit and Control Association, IT Governance Institute, Illinois, USA. He is married and enjoys horse riding, community development and reading.
Adebukola O. Orenuga possesses a first degree in International Law and Diplomacy from Babcock University, Ogun State Nigeria and a Postgraduate in Development Studies from University of Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. She is currently pursuing an MBA (Leadership) from Queen Mary University, University of London. Adebukola is the Executive Secretary/Chief Executive Officer of Bank Directors Association of Nigeria (BDAN); a role she has been in for the last four (4) years. At BDAN, Adebukola drives the strategy of the Association and leads a team to develop training programmes for Executive and Non-Executive Directors of Banks in Nigeria. Adebukola also works closely with the Board of the Association as they direct the affairs of the Association. Adebukola has cross-sector experience in Development, Education and Corporate Governance. Prior to joining BDAN, she was the Executive Secretary of the Association of Private Educators in Nigeria (APEN). Adebukola was a Youth Ambassador for a UN Project called “A World at School '' from 2014 – 2016.
holds a BA in International Relations from Tufts University and a Law degree from UNILAG and an MBA from Stephen M. Ross School of Business. She worked at Accenture as a member of the senior management team and has over 20 years of experience in Banking, having worked in some of the largest banks in the country, including Executive Director at United Bank for Africa Plc.
Obi Ibekwe is on the board of Transnational Corp. of Nigeria Plc.
Ms. Ibekwe was General Manager at Zenith Bank Plc, Member of Nigerian Bar Association.