By Omoniyi Salaudeen

The Co-Founder/ CEO, Clean Technology Hub Nigeria, Ifeoma Malo; the co-founder of Volition Cap (Nigeria) and Volition Blue (USA), Subomi Plumptre; and Arise TV’s breakfast programme co-host, Rufai Oseni, are among outstanding professionals listed in the 2023 edition of “Changemakers: 100 Nigerians Leading Change”

Others listed in the compendium are the Labour Party governorship candidate in Lagos state, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour; the founder of The Zeebah Foundation, Mr. Nzan Ogbe; a renowned philanthropist and Chairman of Global Citizen Nigeria, Mr. Tunde Folawiyo; and Nigerian soccer international, Victor Osimen.

 “Changemakers: 100 Nigerians Leading Change”, is a biographical compendium that shares the stories of Nigerians making extraordinary impact. 

In a statement jointly signed by the Co-editors, Kammonke Abam and Tammie Edet Kammonke, those that made the prestigious list were selected from diverse backgrounds in acknowledgment of their tremendous contributions to the development of the society. 

Kammonke Abam and Tammie Edet kammonke said, “Changemakers: 100 Nigerians Leading Change”, like other compendia published by Profiles & Biographies, is the company’s modest contribution to discovering and curating Nigerians contributing to the development of the country.”

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 All the listees in the compendium are very skillful Nigerians most of whom are global players in a competitive and rapidly digitized global economy. 

 Ifeoma Malo is an organizational management expert with over 23 years of experience, building and directing organizational policy and strategy in energy and large-scale utility markets, public health, biotechnology, leadership, change management, and infrastructure finance. She is the Co-Founder/ CEO, Clean Technology Hub Nigeria.

Malo was previously the Country Director for Power for All where she drove the market and community development campaign for decentralized renewable energy in Nigeria through the initiation of participatory in-country regional programmes and activities. She is also a member of boards that include: Greenpeace International, Access to Energy Institute (AE21), Extractive 360, and Norrenberger Financial Service.

Subomi Plumptre is working to bring financial prosperity to the African & Diasporan middle class through her role as co-founder of Volition Cap (Nigeria) and Volition Blue (USA). She believes this social group is critical to driving economic growth in Africa, and designed a fund management model that leverages traditional African cooperatives and remittance investing. Her innovative approach earned her a license from the Nigerian Securities and Exchange Commission, making her one of the few female CEOs in the asset management industry.

 Rufai Oseni is the eclectic co-host of Arise TV’s breakfast programme who is famous for his sharp, hot, witty, and down-to-earth engagements with his interviewees.

He is a global speaker, thought leader, investor and technology enthusiast who mentors business startups across the African continent.