Olorogun Adjarho Mohammed Oyibo is one of the said business moguls in Africa.

He is currently the Chairman of the Ajamy Holding (Ajamy Nigeria, Ajamy Oil & Gas, then Ceetadel Computers). He attended the prestigious St. Malachys secondary school in Sapele for his secondary education. He later advanced to  Bayero University Kano were he obtained a Bachelors  degree in Sociology in 1985.  He later proceeded for his Masters degree in legal studies at the university of Lagos 1995. His quest for further education led him to Harvard business School where he is an Alumnae Owners President Management Program (OPM41) in 2011

With over 31 years post qualification hands on experience, he started his business career with Ceetadel computers in 1987 and was one of the the pioneers of the newly found magic of technology (Computers) in Nigeria. As an optimist, in 1988 he founded a trading outfit Ajamy Nigeria. As a business mogul who knew that the hub of business was diversity, he proceeded to set up Ajamy oil and gas limited in 1998. The aim of this was to balance the hostile relationship that existed between the oil majors and the host oil communities in the areas of oil spill.

Ajamy  is unarguably one of the biggest in the incinerator industry in NIGERIA.

In other to continue his culture of helping the needy and expand his reach he had opened its ultra modern fabrication yard in Jesse, offered a number of scholarship to less privileged children and youths, mentors youths on entrepreneurship and nation building. He is an avid Golfer and loves music. He is blessed with three children.



Mr. Robert Bakre is a qualified geologist with an MSc in Sedimentology from Birkberk College, University of London. Mr. Bakre is also an Alumni of Harvard, having successfully completed The Owners President Management Program (OPM 44) . Mr. Bakre started his career program in Shell Exploration and Production Company (SPDC) as a well site Geologist trainee in 1990; he after proceeded to the UK  for his post graduate program. He has over 20 years experience in the exploration and production sector of the oil and gas industry. He has spent the last decade in the industry establishing and developing the operations of some foreign E & P and oil service companies in Nigeria.

He is a member of the following professional bodies Petroleum Exploration society of Great Britain, geological society of London, Nigerian association of petroleum explorationist.

He has attended several courses within and outside Nigeria.
Mr. Bakre is married with three children.


Bridget Oziohu Mayaki

Bridget Oziohu Mayaki (Nee ADABA) was born to the highly respected Adaba family of Okene, Kogi State in Nigeria. She attended the prestigious Queen Amina College in Kaduna for her secondary education after which she enrolled in the Advanced Teachers’ College in Zaria where she obtained an advanced certificate of higher education in 1986.

Her quest for further education took her to the famous Ahmadu Bello University where she obtained her Bachelors of Education with an upper class distinction. She enrolled in the University of Ibadan, Nigeria’s premiere institution for higher education, where she obtained her Masters degree in Education Management in 1992.

Throughout the years, Mrs. Mayaki has been a teacher at various schools. She instructed at St. Andrew Primary School, Okene in the late 70s. During her time with the Nigerian Youth Corps (NYSC), she served as a teacher at Community Secondary School Surulere, Lagos. She was also a class teacher at Corona Primary School Apapa, Lagos.  In 1994, She was employed by the Centre for Management Development (CMD) Shangisha, Lagos as a research officer. Through hard work and an extraordinary flair for training, she rose through the ranks to become a senior management development officer in 1999, and by 2003 she was promoted to the position of principal management development officer. Suffice to say that in the ten years of her employment at CMD, Mrs. Mayaki made an indelible impression on the organization. She left the organization in 2004 to focus on her family and embark upon the world of business as a trader.

Mrs. Mayaki has attended numerous professional courses in public service, including: Management Trainers Development Workshop, Advanced Management Trainers Development Workshop, Human Resources Conference, Women in Development, and Empretec Entrepreneurship



Daniel Eyewumi Neburagho graduated from the  University of Ilorin with a Bachelors Degree in Econoimics, and a master’s  degree in industrial and labour relations from the  University of Ibadan. He also holds a post graduate diploma in population and sustainable developments from the university of Botswana

He is a member of several professional body which includes; Nigeria Industrial relations Association, the institute of Personnel management of Nigeria, the International Industrial Relations Associations and International Association of Labour Inspection, Federal Civil Service Club, Nigeria , Harare sports club, Asokoro Tennis club, Sheraton Health and recreational club.

He has attended several courses, conferences and seminars within and outside the country.
He has over 30 years hand on experience and is currently the executive director /head of mission, African regional labour, Administration Centre  Harare, Zimbabwe.



Mrs. Rahina Abdullahi Bashir is a feminist and passionate advocate of the right of the girl child as enshrined in the Convention on the Rights of the Child. From early days, Rahina has actively sought ways to actualize her vision of equal opportunity for the female gender through active participation in various not for profit activities including active involvement in Community service as a student at the American University in Nigeria (AUN) where she was involved in creating awareness on the importance of girl child education as a tool for development of the North Eastern region of Nigeria.

Rahina is on the supervisory board of Manomi Rice Outgrowers Multipurpose Cooperative Society where she brings her strong feminist drive to bear on the activities of the Cooperative as it relates to providing equal opportunities for women under the Manomi Support Scheme Initiative. Manomi is  a pro – farmer initiative aimed at boosting smallholder farmer productivity and income through the provision of strategic financial and non – financial assistance along the rice value chain. She is also a member of the advisory board of Green Field Elementary School,  Taraba  State.

Mrs. Rahina Abdullahi Bashir is Advertising major at the American University of Nigeria and is married and blessed with children.



Dr. Martina Oghenevovwero Agberien, an alumnus of The Centre for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA), Washington D.C, a grantee of The John D & Catherine T MacArthur Foundation Fund for Leadership Development for a project to raise awareness on reproductive health issues affecting female adolescents in Delta State, Nigeria, a volunteer member of Mass Medical Mission National Cancer Preventive Programme, a volunteer member of the Rose of Sharon Foundation, an NGO focused on poverty alleviation of widows and orphans is currently a Deputy Director Medical with the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) clinics.

She had a first Degree in Medicine & Surgery from the University of Benin in 1994 and immediately commenced her professional training the mandatory one year internship at the General Hospital Ikeja, Lagos (Now LASUTH) where she acquired some medical and surgical skills after her graduation as a medical doctor.

She proceeded for her National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in 1995 at the NTA and was subsequently retained for employment in 1996 due to her hard work, diligence and high level of integrity.

In 2005, she obtained her Master of Public Health Degree from the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) and a certificate from Family Health International (FHI) on Research Ethics Training Curriculum.

In 2008, she was appointed as a World Health Organisation/African Programme on Onchocerciasis Control (WHO/APOC) Temporary Adviser and team member on Evaluation of sustainability of Akwa Ibom State Community Development Training on Ivermectin project, Nigeria (5th year), a WHO African Programme for Onchocerciasis control.

In 2010, as a public health advocate and physician she commenced public enlightenment and screening on cervical and prostate cancer amongst NTA staff nationwide and in some Faith Based Organizations.

In March, 2012, she presented a paper on Vaccine Preventable Diseases to a team of health journalist at a workshop organized by the media committee in preparation for the 1st National vaccine summit in Nigeria.

She was a National Planning Committee Member of the 1st National Vaccine Summit, and in the Media sub-committee held in Abuja from 16th-17th April, 2012.

In November 2012, she obtained a Certificate Course in Broadcasting from the School of Media and Communication, Pan African University.

In July 2013, she was a resource person at a workshop on Improving Child health and Development organized by the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in collaboration with Bronz &Onyx International for the wives of Traditional Emirs (Rulers) and stakeholders in Gusau, Zamfara State of Northern Nigeria.

She was also a sub-committee member, in the Abuja +12 special summit of the African Union on HIV, TB and Malaria which held in Abuja, Nigeria.

Dr. AGBERIEN Martina anchors a segment of a health programme- ‘Doctor on Demand’ (Mothercare) on National Television. She was a health columnist on a National Newspaper-‘Saturday Mirror’.

She has attended several professional development courses both locally and internationally and has over 19 years, experience in medical practice and administration.

She loves travelling, reading and particular interest in supporting Women and Children on health matters.

She was the Best Female Athlete in the Nigerian Medical Students Association Games (NIMSA) held in Ilorin, Kwara State in the year 1989

She is a member of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), a member of the Medical Women Association of Nigeria (MWAN) and Ikoyi Club 1938

Dr. Martina Oghenevovwero Agberien is married to Victor Oghenekevbe Agberien. Their marriage is blessed with four children.