DANJUMA B. MBU – MANAGING DIRECTOR
Mr.DanjumaMbu is a versatile administrator, a social right advocate and a successful entrepreneur who holds B.SC in Business Administration, Diploma in Theology, Certificate in conflict analysis, Certificate in Interfaith Conflict Resolution and Executive Master Certificate in Project management from Project Management College, United Kingdom. He holds Executive Certificate in Basic Human Resources of Management (Centre for British Education and Culture), Certificate in Basic Risk Management Programme (Centre for British Education and Culture).
He is an associate member Institute of Fraud Examiners, Nigeria. A member African Business School, Associate member Institute of Public Administration of Nigeria, Associate member, Chartered Institute of Administration.; A graduate of University of Abuja and United States Institute of Peace. Mr. Mbu is a member of IBB Heritage Club, Civil Liberties Organisation and Restoration Group.
AYODELE C. M (EDITOR IN CHIEF)
Mr. Ayodele holds Masters in Education (Education Administration), Masters in International Affairs, Masters of Arts, and Bachelors in Education from University of Lagos; Certificate in Media Enterprisefrom Pan African University, PGD in Journalism from Nigeria Institute of Journalism and Masters of Education (Manpower Training and Development – in view) from University of Lagos, Akoka.
His on the job experience spans over a decade. He founded the Lagos mainland News. As a development communication and media practioner, he initiated and started the premium community newspaper in Lagos Mainland covering four LGAs and three LCDAs in Lagos State as a platform for the people to hear and be heard and thus to enable everyone to contribute to the development of their communities as active participants in the developmental process. Mr. Ayodele was a consultant to Midwest Times in 2012 where he handled the repositioning of the local newspaper to become a brand in the market in Edo and Delta State. He managed the human and material resources and optimization of the organisation. He was in charge of staff recruitment, staff in-house training and management of the editorial, production and marketing processes of the newspaper.
Mr. Ayodele was a National Delegate, ICYCW African Regional Conference in Kampala Uganda – July 1994 and National Delegate, ICYCW World Conference, Nairobi Kenya in October 1991
HIS LITERARY WORKS INCLUDE:
(a) Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) Manpower and Capacity Development in Lagos State (Current M.Ed Study – ongoing)
(b) Community Newspaper As A Tool Of Community Development: A study of Oriwu Sun in Ikorodu Division of Lagos State PCD Project 2011
(c) The National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy (NEEDS) and The Challenges for Higher Education Planning in the Twenty First Century: A Case Study of some Selected Unemployed Graduates in Lagos State (M.Ed Project 2007)
(d) An Appraisal of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) as a panacea to African’s underdevelopment (MPLA project 2002)
(e) The English Language as a Medium of Advertisement in Nigeria (MA projects 1992)
(f) Socioeconomic Background and Students Attainment in English Language: A Case Study of Selected Secondary Schools in Lagos State (BA Ed Project 1989)
MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION:
Member – Governing Council, School of Media and Communication Alumni Association
Member – National Association of Educational Administration and Planning
Member – Nigeria national council for Adult Education
Member – Nigerian Union of Journalist
Member – Nigeria Guild of Editors (Processing)
McLIGHT SHEDDIE –MANAGING EDITOR/GENERAL INVESTIGATION EDITOR
McLight is a social right advocate and critic; a poet, lyricist, novelist, creative writer and an edutainment specialist. Although he sits in the board of many organisations, he finds time to do what he loves to do most – writing and social activism. In partnership with other authors, he spearheads a literary advocacy initiative tagged ‘BOOKS FOR RURAL HEROES SCHEME’ and an online intellectual, character and personality branding scheme for teens tagged ‘TEENS INSPIRATION CONNECT’. While ‘BOOKS FOR RURAL HEROES SCHEME’ tends to provide free mind-enriching books and establishment of Modular Libraries for rural dwellers and those in isolation (prisoners, hospitals and refugees’ camps), ‘TEENS INSPIRATION CONNECT’ aids in equipping teens on sound moral values that fare them from safe Teen hood to sound Adulthood.
McLight has had the privilege of learning at the Lotus Feet of most world renowned nonviolent crusaders and activists such as Darshan Singh, Dalai Lama, M. FettulahGulen, Rajinder Singh among others. He has authored many books including:
(a) UPROOTING THE SEED OF VIOLENCE (Strengthening the Silken Thread of Unity in a Restive Nation)
(b) There are No Limitations
(c) Mystique Poetry, Poetry for the Grief-Stricken, Poetonic Erotica, Poetry of Nature (e-book Amazon Kindle)
(d) The Poetic Testament (Adjudged by a Literary critic as poems that wakes inner consciousness)
(e) The Ripped Heart (The Relish’s in the Lyrics and the tears in the Wordings)
(f) Tears by the River Bank (African Epic Novel)
(g) The Book Laden Donkey (Children Story books that teaches the virtue of tolerance and humility)
(h) Frankie’s Poetry Box (Rhythmical children poems that subtly teaches healthy virtues)
McLight was the Investigation Editor, PowerSteering News Magazine, a columnist in some national and international media platforms. He was a Content Developer (English Programme) for one of the foremost Terrestrial TV Station in Istanbul, Turkey. He trained both in Nigeria and Turkey.
EKOHMEME JUNIOR O – Senior Special Editor
Ekohmeme is a graduate of electrical/electronics technology whose on-the-job experience spans over 14 years. He has successfully executed projects ranging from small to high scale. His clientele encompasses government at Federal, State and Local level, corporate and individual clients. Ekohmeme believes in creating and impacting sound and virtuous knowledge on the younger generation through sound vocation. Aside his professional job, he engages in social right advocacy and other pro-peoples’ initiatives. He sits at the board of a literary advocacy group tagged ‘BOOKS FOR RURAL HEROES SCHEME’, a scheme that tends to provide mind-enriching books to youths in rural areas and those that are isolated in prisons and refugee camps. His contributions have been quite immense, having been actively involved in mobilizing books, resources and learning materials towards realizing the objective of the scheme.
MR CLINTON I. F – SENIOR SPECIAL CONTRIBUTING EDITOR:
Mr. Clinton is a farmer, a reformer, an activist, a role model, a mediactivist, a poet, a writer, an evangelist and a law Student. Mr. Clinton holds HND in Agric Extension and Management from ApkeranOrsho College of Agriculture, Yandev Benue State. He has severed at different capacities as Peer Educator, Youth Trainer/Reformer, Adulthood and Reproductive Health Education. Currently, he is a law student of the National Open University of Nigeria.
He is as well the president of Havilah God Youth Organisation International, a non-governmental organisation poised with the vision of raising virtuous and patriotic youths in Nigeria as agents of positive Change. His group has partnered a lot of government agencies, Civil Society Organisations and other religious bodies in coordinating rehabilitation of socially displaced people where books, food items and clothing materials were distributed to youths, women and children in Internally Displaced Homes and refugee Camps. The team pays period visits to teach the children the virtues of tolerance, love for one another and respect for the nation and the leaders.
ID ABDUL – DIRECTOR ICT
Mr.Abdul is B.Sc holder in Economics. Currently, he’s pursuing a career in Information and Communication Technology. His wealth of experience is indispensable in line with our Corporate Vision. Mr.Id Abdul is a Nigerian youth with strong passion to positively affect other youths. Mr Abdul uses his free time to teach youths ICT vocations. In his words, ‘If I train 10 Nigeria youths and each of them train another 10 Nigerians, unemployment will become a history in Nigeria. He is a youth Ambassador, a nonviolent crusader, a champion of patriotism and an envoy of peace.