Chief, Sir (Senator) Annie Okonkwo
Annie Okonkwo is the founding Chairman. Okonkwo lists a strong educational background and substantial track record of business successes. He is intensely familiar with the key players in the Nigerian economy. His broad business interests also include oil and gas, banking and finance, manufacturing and commodity trading. He is a National Merit Award winner for Productivity as well as a recipient of the prestigious Dr. Nkrumah’s African Leadership Award for Enterprise. He is an alumnus of the Harvard Business School Entrepreneurship programme. He served the Federal Republic of Nigeria as a senator between 2007-2011. He is married with children.
Mr. Tony Okonkwo
Tony Okonkwo is a Director at ZOOMmobile. He commenced his corporate career as an analyst at the First Securities Discount House in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. A U.S. trained financial expert, Okonkwo is an astute and shrewd financial strategist. He is known in business circles as a forthright, honest and savvy investor. He holds a Masters degree in Financial Management from Northeastern University, Boston, USA, and is a member of The Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM). He is married, with children.
Air Vice Marshal Canice Umenwaliri (Rtd)
An engineer, a retired Air Vice Marshall of the Nigerian Air Force. An alumnus of the Command and Staff College, Jaji, Umenwaliri has held key military appointments, including Director of Air Engineering. He undertook many overseas military courses, including Basic and Advanced Military Training in Germany, Air France Technicians course also in Germany and Mechanical Engineering course of the Royal Airforce in Cranwell in the United, Kingdom.
Umenwaliri, was appointed Minister of Communications from 1998 till the transition to civil rule on May 29, 1999. He has received several honours and awards, including the Defence Service and National Service Medals and the Commander of the Federal Republic (CFR). He is a full member of the Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM).
Dr. Tom Adaba
He holds a Ph.D in Mass Communication and Theatre Arts. He was the first Director-General of the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) from 1992 to 1999. The seasoned academic was the arrow-head of the deregulation and liberalization of private broadcasting in Nigeria. He was a deputy director of operations at the Nigeria Television Authority (NTA), Lagos and General Manager of NTA, Makurdi. Adaba is also an Associate Professor of Mass Communications at the Madonna University in Okija, Anambra State.