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Dr. Iziaq Adekunle Adeboye SALAKO

Dr. Salako is a committed team player who likes to organize and innovate. He is a medical activist, a community mobilizer, writer, radio presenter and public commentator. He holds an MBBS degree from the University of Lagos and Master in Public Health from the Lagos State University. He is a certified colposcopist and sonologist.

Dr. Salako working carrier started from the Lagos University Teaching Hospital in 1992 where he undertook the compulsory one year horsemanship. He served in the National Youth Service Corp in Onicha General Hospital in Onicha Local Government of old Abia State ( now Ebonyi State) where he won the NYSC merit award. During the NYSC, Dr. Salako, volunteered and took part in the Nigeria Guinea Worm Eradication Programme (NIGEP) for which he was awarded the Golden Handshake Award from President Jimmy Carter.

 After his youth service, he worked in some health institutions including the St’ Raphael Hospital, Okota-Lagos, Mucas Hospital, Agege-Lagos and the Lagos State Health Service Commission. He started his private medical practice; A.A. Medical Centre in 2001 which later transformed to Prime Healthgate Medical Services following expansion and admission of new partners into the practice.

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Aremo Jacob Olubanji AKINDELE

Aremo Jacob Olubanji AKINDLE is an avowed tennis player and trainer (who trained such players like John and Patrick McEnroe), a writer, public speaker, radio presenter and humanitarian with diverse experience spanning over 4 decades.

He holds BA degree in Economics from Long Island University, New York and an MBA in Finance and Marketing from Adelphi University.

Aremo Akindele’s working experience includes working with IBM (World Trade) Corporation, New York, WT Grant and Company, and Tennis Week Magazine, Lawson Group amongst others. His private company Kinda Strada Limited represented Federal Signal Corporation, USA, Mark McCormick’s Trans World International and executed World Bank project for road safety in 1985. In 1995, he was appointed a consultant with European Commission and the West African representative for the European Market Research Centre, Brussels.

A member of the Nigerian Guardian editorial board who wrote a weekly column on life for the newspaper for over 3 years, Prince Akindele was a contract writer with ABC News, New York. He is one of the vanguards behind the setting up of the Federal Road Safety Commission where he served as a council member between 1988 and 1992.

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Hon Isiaq Abiodun AKINLADE

An accountant by training, community activist, youth development enthusiast, accomplished investor, politician and public administrator, Hon. Akinlade holds HND degree in accountancy from the Polytechnic of Ibadan, an MBA in Management from University of Ado-Ekiti and honorary doctorate degree in Management from University des Sciencies et Management, Port Novo, Republic of Benin.

A former member of the Nigerian House of Representative for 12 years and Chairman, House of Representative Committee on Science and Technology for 6 years. Hon. Akinlade worked as Accountant and then General Manager with Auto mania Nigeria Ltd where he was part of the team that pioneer auto fair in Nigeria.

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Mrs Risquat Oluremi SALAKO

Mrs.  Salako is a laboratory scientist with specialization in Medical Microbiology. She holds the Higher National Diploma (HND) in Microbiology from the Yaba College of Technology (1994), Associate Medical Laboratory Science certificate from the School of Medical Laboratory Science, Lagos University Teaching Hospital (1994), Post graduate diploma in Microbiology from the Lagos State University (2004) and Master of Science (MSc) in Medical Microbiology and Parasitology from Ogun State University (2012). She is currently a PhD student in Medical Microbiology and Public Health at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.

She is an associate member, Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria and Nigeria Institute of Science Technology.

Her working carrier spanning over 15 years started from the Lagos State Environmental Agency laboratory where she served as corper microbiologist.  She worked at Check-Up Medical Laboratory as medical laboratory scientist, Lagos State Ministry of Health, Drug Quality Control Laboratory as a Laboratory Analyst (Microbiology) and Ogun State Hospital, Sokenu, Abeokuta as Principal Medical Laboratory Scientist. Mrs. Salako is currently an Assistant Chief Medical Laboratory Scientist at the Department of Public Health, Ogun State Ministry of Health where she is serving as the State Laboratory Scientist and the laboratory focal person for the state’s AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infection Control Programme (SASCAP).

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Lisa Adesina Paul ADEJOBI

A public administrator, teacher, politician, community man, peace maker, multi-linguist and father figure to many young people, Chief Paul Adejobi graduated with BA (Hons) in 1971 from the pioneer Nigerian university, The University of Ibadan.  He also attended Centre Universities Mediterranean where he obtained Diploma in French language. He is currently a masters student in Peace building and Negotiation at the Nigerian Open University.

Lisa Adejobi’s working carrier started in 1966 as a teacher at Our Lady of Apostles Secondary School, Ijebu-Ode. He also worked as a teacher in Nazareth High School, Imeko and Ahmadiyya College, Agege-Lagos. In 1978 he left teaching profession and was appointed Sales Distribution Manager for Volkswagen of Nigeria a position he occupied till 1979 before joining SCOA Motors as Sales and Purchasing Manager from1979 to 1982.  He is a successful agricultural commodity trader and exporter specializing in cocoa beans and cashew export to Europe, America and Asia.

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