Adebola Williams
  Adebola is a youth consultant with the African Union and worked with others on the current approved Decade of Youth document by the African Union at the COMY IIII session in Zimbabwe. He was inducted as a Global Change maker in Cape Town by the British Council.
He is Co-Founder of The Future Project a change cultivation platform and The Future Awards,
He is an Alumni of the London School of Journalism and a member of the African Leadership Network.
He serves as Chairman of the Board.
AlKasim Abdulkadir
   AlKasim Abdulkadir has worked for most of the global news stations ranging from BBC, CNN, Aljazeera, France 24 and Chinese Central TV CCTV. 
He has written columns for Daily Times, Weekly Trust and Nigerian Dialogue online platforms amongst others. Currently he is the Nigerian foreign correspondent for CCTV Africa and News Editor of Citizens Platform.
Bisola Edun
  CEO, Tae, Bisola believes that civic engagement – bringing citizens’ voices and values into public policy by fostering civic literacy – is crucial to bringing about change in Nigeria.
Cheta Nwanze
  CIO for the Daily Times and news junkie.
Chude Jideonwo
  Managing Partner at RED, a public relations and social media firm overseeing creative, content and communication.
Chude is Nigerian. Chude is an entrepreneur. Chude passionately believes we need a new cadre of relentless entrepreneurs to regenerate Nigeria’s economy, and ultimately its value system.
‘Gbenga Sesan
  Executive Director of Paradigm Initiative Nigeria ( A member of the United Nations Committee of eLeaders on Youth and ICT; a Crans Montana Forum Fellow; Ashoka Fellow; Archbishop Desmond Tutu Leadership Fellow; Our Common Future Fellow and Cordes Fellow. ‘Gbenga’s interest in the use of technology for development informs his work around the use of technology tools for the promotion of good governance and public accountability – a role he plays as an EiE Nigeria volunteer.
Hadiza Mohammed
  Hadiza currently provides consultancy services to an international organization focusing on developing social enterprises in Nigeria.   
Hadiza’s interests include books, theatre, travel, food and football – she is a Manchester United supporter! In her spare time, she volunteers at a centre for children with disabilities in Lagos. 
Hadiza strongly believes in social empowerment and open mindedness as essential to resolving our nation’s issues.
‘Yemi Adamolekun
  EiE’s Executive Director.
Given Nigeria’s natural and human resources, we deserve better. I will do all I can to ensure that leaders that are selected, elected and appointed are accountable to the citizens they are required by law to serve.