Alhaji Smith was the Inspector General of Police of the Federal Republic of Nigeria from May 1999 to March 2002. He is the Chairman of FW Dredging Limited, the Chairman of the board of Skye Bank Plc and a director of several companies. He also sits on the Board of Trustees of Al-Habibiyyah Acedemy, Ilorin.
Yinka is a real estate professional with a background in property investment and development. Prior to joining Orange Island Development Company, she served as CEO of Heirs Real Estate and ARM Properties Plc (the property subsidiary of Asset and Resource Management). She also worked with Capital Alliance Nigeria as a Vice President in charge of the real estate fund and managed the property portfolios of National Bank of Nigeria and UBA Trustees Limited. She is a fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
Olusegun Kassim retired as a Deputy Inspector General of Police. He has been a businessman since retirement. He is a director of several companies including FW dredging limited.
ChieduNweke is the Managing Director of Swampsea Construction Nigeria Limited. He is a barrister with over 25 years post qualification experience and 15 years’ experience in top management positions. His expertise and experience include transportation and logistics of oil waste handling particularly from offshore locations, job costing, personnel training HSE and other regulatory compliance.
Theodore Omalu is the Executive Director in charge of business development in FW Dredging. He holds a B.Sc. in the industrial Mathematics from the University of Benin. Theodore has over fifteen years top management experience in insurance, Aviation and healthcare.
Mr. Nwachukwu is the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of FW Dredging. He is a fellow of the institute of Chartered Accountant of Nigeria (ICAN). Over the years George has served as director in the following companies; TSG Limited, Aegis Offshore Company Limited ASCOT Energy Limited, ASCOT Shipping Logistics. He was a board member of Anambra-Imo River Basin Development Authority.
Lookman worked on the Nigerian Senate Committee of the National Assembly, for Banking and Currency, as a Legal Adviser. He joined the Law firm of Bentley, Edu & Co in 1988, rising to become partner in and then Managing Partner. Following the integration of the law practice of Irving & Bonnar (the oldest law firm in Nigeria), with that of Bentley, Edu & Co., he was appointed a partner of Irving & Bonnar, concurrent with his membership of Bentley, Edu & Co. He co-founded Etti & Edu in 1996.He was appointed as an Arbitrator to WIPO in 1985 and in 1997 was appointed as a consultant to the United Nations Development Projects (UNDP) on Intellectual Property matters in Nigeria.