Board of Trustee Members

Fatai Erewunmi

Fatai Erewunmi

Member - Board of Trustee
Fatai Erewunmi is a Barrister and Advocate of the Supreme Court of Nigeria, a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales, and an Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law of the Supreme Court of New York. He is an associate of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, London and holds a LLM in International Law. He began his legal career as a state counsel and in Legal Aid, before moving into corporate practice where he garnered valuable experience in green field commercial transactions, working with Promoters pre, post-incorporation, and to going concerns. He has consulted on numerous projects involving industry specific market entry due diligence and compliance requirements. He is positioned and experienced to help foreign interests entering or doing business in Nigeria to navigate the maze of federal, state and local statutory obligations. Admissions: Supreme Court of Nigeria Supreme Court of New York (Non-practising) Supreme Court of England and Wales (Non-practising) Professional Affiliations: Nigerian Bar Association Law Society, England and Wales American Bar Association New York State Bar Association International Bar Association United States Institute for Peace Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, London
Ogunwa Tomisin

Ogunwa Tomisin

Member - Board of Trustee
Ogunwa Tomisin Happy is an environmental scientist and academic; a lecturer at the Department of Biochemistry, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (AAUA), Ondo State, Nigeria. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry (1st class honor) and Master's degree in Biochemistry. He is currently on the last lap of his PhD research activities at Nagasaki University, Japan sponsored by the Japanese Government. His research interest is in the area of chemotherapy, structural analysis of Biomolecules, drug design and development. Mr. Ogunwa has authored over 15 scholarly articles in reputable academic journals and has attended several conferences including the 62nd Annual Meeting of Biophysical Society held at San Francisco, California. His passion is to positively impact lives through teaching and tutelage.
Livingstone Imonite

Livingstone Imonite

Member - Board of Trustee
Livingstone Imonitie is a young graduate from the department of Civil Engineering in the University of Benin, Edo State, Nigeria. He is a Google Certified Online Marketer, a Public Speaker, a Writer, ROI Africa Ambassador, and ROI Africa open Knowledge Advocate/Educator and Global Peace Ambassador. He has written and authored lot of articles, poems and books which can be found on his blog at www.imonitielivingstone.wordpress.com, some of which includes ;70 Push Ups for Success, 13 Secrets You Should Know About Life Before You Die, Becoming Your Dreams, Game over, The Monster within, etc. Public speaking has made him go places in the Federation to speak among Young ones, teenagers and youths in various conferences and churches motivating, Impacting and changing lives. He was the best student speaker at OPEN MIC BY GOODNEWS 2017, best writer At the Faculty of Engineering, University of Benin 2018 and one of the most sought after young speakers in the University of Benin. He also offers counselling to students across higher institutions in Africa. He is Currently undergoing his compulsory National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Kebbi state, Nigeria. He is a member of the Junior Chambers International (JCI) and Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI).
Dr. Olusola Olalekan Elekofehinti

Dr. Olusola Olalekan Elekofehinti

Member - Board of Trustee
Dr. Olusola Olalekan Elekofehinti obtained his PhD in Plant Biochemistry and Drug metabolism in 2015 in a split-site programme between the Bioquimical Toxicologia Unit, CCNE, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria RS, Brazil and the Department of Biochemistry, Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti, Nigeria. He is a Lecturer 1 in the Department of Biochemistry, FUTA where he lectures and supervises graduate and undergraduate students. He leads a drug discovery research group in the Department using Bioinformatics and Molecular Biology tools. Dr. Elekofehinti is distinguished for academic and career excellence. His research work has identified saponins as anti-diabetic principles from medicinal plants and has linked the mechanism to direct interaction with energy metabolism, enzyme modulation, cell signaling and gene expression. Dr. Elekofehinti is internationally recognized and some of his work has been the most downloaded papers in journlas like Pathophysiology and The Natural Product journal. Dr. Elekofehinti has made excellent contributions to Diabetes Drug Discovery through his research, presentations at international and national conferences, and publications in refereed journals of high impact factor. He recently got an award for the best research presentation at the Joint 2nd Conference of the African Light Source (AfLS2) and Pan African conference on Crystallography (PCCr2), Accra Ghana in February, 2019. He has authored over forty publications in peer reviewed journals. He serves as reviewer for many international and national journals. He has successfully supervised several graduates and undergraduates’ theses. He is a member of many professional bodies including the Nigerian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (NSBMB) and Drug Discovery Africa. He is happily married and blessed with two children.
Dr. Olujide Adenekan

Dr. Olujide Adenekan

Member - Board of Trustee
Engr. Dr. Olujide Adenekan, born in the seventies, holds a Bachelor of Science degree with Second Class Upper Division in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Federal University of technology, Akure and a Master of Science degree from University of Lagos in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. He also holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Swansea University, United Kingdom. He is a Corporate member of Nigerian Society of Engineers and a Registered and Chartered Engineer with the Council for the Registration of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN). He is also a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). He started his academic career as an Assistant lecturer at Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta (Mapoly) and rose to the position of a Senior lecturer in the institution. He primarily focused on teaching of modules and providing support in setting up practical laboratory. He also offers feedback to students on their performance in the laboratory working towards attaining an effective module delivery. He has supervised projects in the field of Analogue and Digital Design, Telecommunication, Control and Power Engineering as an academic researcher and a registered Engineer. In 2014, he was appointed as the Sub-Dean, School of Engineering and nominated as Head, Department of Computer Engineering, Mapoly in 2015. He had been a member of research, examination, students, and staff development committee in the institution. He has undergone various training courses which includes: General Teaching Skills, Small Group Teaching, Laboratory Demonstrating, and Health and Safety Ethics in the United Kingdom. He is a member of the Nanoelectronic Devices Computational Group, College of Engineering, Swansea University, United Kingdom. Olujide, has over 17 years work experience in teaching and research. His current research interests focus on modelling and optimisation of Semiconductor Power MOSFET devices for low voltage applications. He has delivered papers in conferences both locally and internationally and authored articles in professional peer-review journals. He is ambitious and articulate individual having the capability of working under pressure with great enthusiasms. He is creative, devoted and easily integrated into a team work. His career goal is to assume a position that will provide the greatest opportunity of using his engineering skills in solving a real-life problem. He is a member of Lagos Mushin Lions Club (District 404 B1) Olujide is a devoted Christian and happily married with kids.