Bamanga Tukur is a prominent Nigerian businessman and politician who was a former Governor (Gongola State) Minister for industries. He is one of the high profile civil servants and African global business Icon and recognise international farmer with farmland along the various River Basin authorities. He entered full scale entrepreneurship, and was the founder and chairman of BHI holdings (DADDO group of companies). Chairman the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD). Alhaji Bamanga Tukur is also the current President/Chairman of council of CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF ADMINISTRATIONDriving force of the Private sector and is currently the president of the Africa Business Roundtable
Dr. Paul Orhii started a project in his local government area in Benue State in Nigeria by providing an educational support and supporting his local sport talents and other schools which now extended and expanded into other localities and a national initiative. Dr Paul is the Director-General of NAFDAC and global agency dealing with fake and bad drugs especially in Nigeria. A policy with has been taken up by other countries.
Alistair Soyode started the Nigeria Arise project in the UK to mobilise and support Nigerians in Diaspora wishing to find their roots and supporting brand creations. The Nigeria Arise also introduced an award ceremony to celebrate Nigerians doing wonderful things in their locations and nation.
Stevie Nash CEO waffihosting.com a domain registration & web hosting service with responsibility for business planning; research and development; marketing; national sales services. Since 2000 serve as the Creative director; owner; IT consultant and Developer Company Mouldme.com Company branding and one stop shop for businesses in London and Africa. Mr Nash believes in given a helping hand in 2007 sponsored Feed the Lamp with Eagle Ministry charity; Miss Nollywood UK 2008; Miss Central Africa UK 2009 to date. In 2011, he is an elected school parent Governor at Bishop John Robinson School in Thamesmead London.
Dr. Titi Banjoko - Is a a professional in the health care service with over 20 years experience working as a clinician and healthcare manager inside and outside Nigeria focusing on policy implementation and or service delivery. She is the head of Games Time Service Delivery (March 09- Date): Managing the National Health Service in London’s role in delivering excellent healthcare services to support the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics games in London etc; Other roles: Member of United Kingdom, Department for International Development (DFID) Global Poverty Action Fund (GPAF) advisory board (Jan 11- Date):GPAF supports poverty reduction projects focused on service delivery working towards the most off-track Millennium Development Goals in poor countries.
Dr George A. Manuwuike is Businessman, Real Estate Developer, Business Consultant, Investor and Philanthropist. He holds a Doctor of Medicine degree and MSc in International Economic Relations.
George's business ownership is in the manufacture and distributorship of high quality sports and jeans wears, Human Resources, Energy Solutions, and Capacity Building in Engineering, Science & Technology. George's businesses provides linkages between the Commonwealth of Independent States and Nigeria.
Beside ownership of a Software Management / IT Specialists Supply concern in Nigeria, George sits in the Board of several reputable Ukrainian and Nigerian businesses.
He is a foundation member of NIDOE Ukraine and was its Chairman until joining the Board of Trustees of NIDO Europe in June 2007 to 2011.
Dele Ogun Born in Lagos in the early 1960's into a newly independent Nigeria, Dele Ogun grew up in his father's village of Aiyede on the south-west coast, where he lived until the age of seven, when he was sent to join his parents in London.
In his first book 'The Law, the Lawyers and the Lawless', Dele – born Akindele Ogunetimoju – tells the story of his early years in the UK and his efforts to assimilate into British culture without losing his own. It traces his journey from a Yoruba schoolboy newly arrived in London to his success in establishing the first black-led commercial law practice in England.