Tayo Adelaja (Managing Director/Editor-In-Chief)

He graduated in 1991 from Ogun State University, now, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, with a degree in Economics.

While in the university, he was into Campus journalism and was editor of the most popular campus magazine— Parrot. His passion for journalism made him quit the well-paying multi-national company he was working with to join The Guardian Newspaper as a Correspondent in 2000.

In 2005, he was invited by The Sun Newspaper to start the Sport Newspaper— SoccerStar— as Senior Correspondent. He left for Nigerian Compass as the Head of Tourism, Travel, and Hospitality in 2011. He joined National Mirror as the Head of Special Investigations.

Again, he was invited to help revived The Daily Times of Nigeria, which he did alongside other veterans as the Editor, Online.

He has also contributed to setting up other magazines and Newspapers in the country.

He has handled PR jobs consultancy for major corporate organisations and individuals

Yemi Ogunsola (Executive Director, Publications)

A graduate of Zoology from the University of Ife, (now Obafemi Awolowo University), Ogunsola has a wide interest ranging from astrology through cloning to extraterrestrial intelligence and Ifa.

He was a science teacher for several years before going for a diploma course in print journalism at the Times Journalism Institute, Orile Iganmu, Lagos.

He began his journalism career with the Nigerian Tribune in 1991 and rose to become the Assistant Editor, Production in 1995. He moved over to the Guardian in 2000 and worked on the Sub-desk till 2010 when he was moved to The Guardian on Saturday as Production Editor.

He later worked briefly with the New Telegraph and was part of the team that revived the Daily Times as Deputy Editor.

He has always been a researcher into the mysteries of life. While with the Nigerian Tribune, he maintained a weekly column, Life probe.

At The Guardian, his Lighthouse column enjoyed wide readership. His published works include The UFO That Led The Israelites, Aunty Yetty, Even God Is A Humanist.

OlaLekan Akinruli (Executive Director, Business Dev. & Strategy)

A graduate of Electrical, Electronics Engineering from the Federal Polytechnic, AdoEkiti, Akinruli has travelled from the world of Engineering to Brand marketing and Communications.

A stint with National Electric Power Authority (NEPA), EDMAN Technologies as a Marketing Engineer at the start of GSM in Nigeria, he started his marketing and branding stint as a trend Executive with Vent Communications and Prex Advertising & AV.COM (a marketing communications outfit).

With a drive for challenges, he began his expose in journalism with TELL Magazine as a Principal Executive in Corporate Affairs & Business Development where he rose to Assistant Manager.

A core organizer of most of TELL’s events & conferences, more so in most media partnerships and barters. An advocate of watching and bending the trends for brand and business mileage, Akinruli has an insatiable desire for the audio-visual industry and its strategic power to possibilities in brand and business.

He presently consults for Grand Synopsis Media and Abiodun Aleja Productions (both Content and audiovisual outfits).

Other Directors: (Non- Executive)

  • Barr Obijimi Adeolu Olukunle (Company Sec/ Legal Adviser)
  • Mr Abiodun Oyedun,
  • Mrs Oluwakemi Malomo
  • Mrs Adekemi Onanuga