Born in 1978, Umunna is the son of a Nigerian father originally from Awka. His father, Bennett Umunna, was a businessman and a director of Crystal Palace FC and was killed in a road accident in Nigeria in 1992 while running for the governorship of Anambra State. His lawyer mother, Patricia, is the daughter of the late High Court Judge Sir Helenus Milmo. Umunna was educated at Hitherfield Primary School in Streatham, South London, at the voluntary aided Christ Church Primary School in Brixton Hill, and at the independent secondary school St Dunstan's College in Catford. As a child he was a chorister at Southwark Cathedral, and participated in singing the theme tune of the British comedy series Mr. Bean. He graduated LLB in English and French Law at the University of Manchester and then studied for one term at the University of Burgundy in Dijon, before going on to study at Nottingham Law School for a Master of Arts degree.

LADOL is the only 100% indigenous Nigerian company in its field of upstream petroleum and maritime engineering, fabrication, logistics, vessel repairs and construction. A medical doctor by profession, jadesimi received her first degree from Oxford University, where she earned BA in physiological sciences. She then attended oxford University medical school, Form which she graduate as a medical doctor (MD).  After oxford, Amy joined Goldman Sachs International in London as part of the investment banking division, specializing in corporate finance and mergers and acquisition. She then attended Stanford business school, from which she earned her MBA in business administration.

35 year-old Moses SilokoSiasia is the Chairman of Mosilo Group, a multi-billion naira business empire, with huge investments in engineering, real estate, oil and gas, agro processing and project management . The group is a wholly owned indigenous company with strategic partnership with some of the world’s leading technical companies. Mosilo Group has employed a critical mass of young people and continues to up the ante in human capacity development locally.

The University of Lagos, UNILAG, Akoka,  graduated a student who has been graded ‘excellent’ in all the courses taken while on campus. The student, Ayodele Daniel Dada finished from the Department of Psychology with 5.0 Cumulative Grade Point Average,CGPA.


Hon Motunrayo Adijat Adeleye-Oladapo

Hon Motunrayo Adijat Adeleye-Oladapo is a fearless, distinguished and uncompromising representative of the voiceless.

Born about four decades ago to a humble but disciplined and united family.  Adijat had her Primary Education at Methodist Primary School, tabontabon Agege in Lagos State. She started her secondary education at Lagos Baptist Secondary School, Orile Agege but completed it at Iju Grammar School, Iju Station.