Olatunji Akinosi is a Fellow of the Nigeria Society of Engineers, A Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute (UK), and A Fellow of the institute of Mechanical Engineering, who early in his career held technical roles in fabrication and automobile works. 

He is a COREN Certified Engineer who holds A Master’s degree in Engineering(MEng) from Bells University, A Masters degree in Business Administration(MBA) from Babcock University, A Masters of Science Degree in Project Management(MSc) from the University of Essex, United Kingdom.

In his early days, He worked as a Civil Servant with the Ministry of Communications.
(Nipost central workshops, ijora Olopa. Lagos) Manning various roles between June 1987 - November 1997.

His versatility and practical experience saw him undertake construction projects in prominent cities pan Nigeria. 

As a project manager, he pioneered the commencement of the Ogun-Guangdong Free Trade Zone which currently employs over 5,000 workers and is pivotal in promoting the echoes of free enterprise and free market in Nigeria.

His current role as commissioner in the Ministry of Forestry in Ogun State put to task his resilience and tenacious spirit. 
Managing 9 forest reserves covering 2,731.62 SqKm (273,162 Hectares).

A firm believer in the power of Agriculture to develop and boost economies, Olatunji Akinosi had served Ogun State between 2008 to 2011 as Commissioner in the Ministry of Agriculture where he worked with his team to implement the FADAMA project which was aimed at empowering small-holder farmers to enhance food security and reduce rural poverty. 

As a result of his leadership, the Fadama 2 project in Ogun State was adjudged to be 94% successful having won three awards in its first year. 

As the chairman responsible for the Ogun State Agricultural land Allocation, he ensured an equitable and fair distribution of land resources in a way that ensured that the people and their interests were primary.

His advent into politics, borne of his significant contribution to society saw him emerge as the Ado-odo/ota local government chairman where he inculcated strategies to improve the internally generated revenue system of the local government. He also implemented the “back to farm” project where he encouraged people to adopt farming as a means of livelihood.

Olatunji Akinosi Is a seasoned administrator, a man of character and experience in various spheres of life.  
He is a technocrat, a proactive politician and proven problem solver.

He is a Rotarian and a Paul Harris Fellow of the Rotary international.


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