Federal Ministry of Works,
A chartered Architect and professional construction manager of over 25 years cognate experience in the private and public sector in Nigeria, Arc. Mike Onolememen holds the Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture, the Master of science degree in Architecture, and the Master of science degree in Construction management. He is currently rounding up work on his Ph.D dissertation in Public Policy and Administration
Among his relevant experience are:
• Top level management executive having combined post qualification experience of over 25 years in operations, middle management and top management levels in federal government ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs), and private sector Companies all in Nigeria.
• Track record of strategic implementation of federal government policies and proactive management of businesses in the Nigerian economy
• Specialization in public policies implementation, project conceptualization, project management and capacity building
• Vast in technical audit and due diligence work for new infrastructure projects and existing infrastructure
• Currently serving as Minister, Federal Ministry of Works
• Served as Minister of State, in the Ministry of Defence
• Served as Head of the directorate of Project Management of the then Petroleum Trust Fund (PTF).
He is a member of the Nigerian Institute of Architects (NIA); Member, Association of Consulting Architects in Nigeria (ACAN); and Member, Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM). He is also a Registered Architect by the Architects Registration Council of Nigeria (ARCON).
MINISTER OF STATE
Prince Adedayo Clement Adeyeye was born on 4 April 1957 at Ikere-Ekiti, Ekiti State.
Prince Adedayo Clement Adeyeye, attended St. John’s Primary School, Are, Ikere-Ekiti between 1964 and 1969. He later proceeded to Annunciation school, Ikere-Ekiti (1969-1973), before attending the famous Christ School, Ado-Ekiti (1973-1975) for his secondary education. Adeyeye holds a Bachelors Degree in Political Science from the University of Ibadan (1978) and a Masters Degree in Political Science (International Relations) from the University of Lagos (1981). He also obtained a Law Degree from the University of Lagos in 1986 and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1987.
Prince Adeyeye was a teacher at Isuikwuato High School, Isuikwuato, Imo State during his National Youth service (1978-1979) and proceeded to teach at Mary Immaculate Grammar School, Ado-Ekiti (1980). Adeyeye made the switch to journalism in 1981 and was Editor II at the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN), Ikoyi, between 1981 and 1982. He had a brief stint at Rank Xerox Limited in 1983 where he was a Senior Sales Executive. Between 1983 and 1987, he held various editorial positions at The Punch newspapers. he worked as a Deputy General Manager/Company Secretary, Sahel Printing and Publishing Company Ltd, publishers of the Nigerian Economist Magazine between 1987-1990. publisher/editor - in – chief, Lagos state fact book, 1994 – 1996. During his active years in legal practice, Prince Adeyeye was the Principal Partner at the law firm of Dayo Adeyeye & Co. between 1990 and 2000.he proceeded to becoming the Executive Chairman, Ekiti State Universal Basic Edcation Board (2008 - 2010). Attended the world bank summit on strategies for education reforms, washington dc, 2010. The only subeb chairman in the country nominated by the world bank.
MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS.
Prince Adeyeye belongs to the following Professional Associations:
• Nigerian Bar Association (N.B.A.)
• Nigerian Society Of International Law
• Nigerian Institution Of Public Relations (Associate)
• Nigerian Union Of Journalists (N.U.J.)
• Commonwealth Journalists Association
POLITICAL EXPERIENCE WITH DATES:
• Spokesman, Goodluck Jonathan/Sambo presidential campaign council, south west zone, 2010 – 2011.
• Chairman, media and publicity committee, Ekiti State Governorship re- run election,2009.
• Chairman, Publicity Committee, south west zone for Yar’adua/Goodluck presidential campaign- 2007.
• Former Governorship Aspirant, Alliance for Democracy (A.D), Ekiti State, 2006.
• Member, Defunct Social Democratic Party (S.D.P.)
• Deputy director of publicity, Olu Falae presidential campaign committee, 1990 – 1992.
• Adviser, policy and press matters, M.K.O. Abiola for president campaign organization,1993.
• Member, National Democratic Coalition (NADECO).
• National publicity secretary, Afenifere, 2001 – 2004
• National publicity secretary, Alliance for Democracy (A.D.) 2004 – 2006
• Member, Odua Development Council (O.D.C.) - 2000
• Member, Afenfere’s 50th anniversary committee - 2001.
• Member, south -west delegation to the Nigerian leaders of thought conference, Abuja 2001.
• Senatorial candidate (Ekiti South) of Alliance for Democracy (A.D.), 1999 and 2003 senatorial elections.
• Assisted in organizing the International Conference on Nigeria’s political future sponsored by the Punch Newspaper, August, 1986.
• Assisted in organizing the all politicians’ summit, Lagos 1995.
• Assisted in organizing the all Pan-Yoruba Conference from 1999 – 2004.
• Assisted in organizing the Odua Development Council (O.D.C.) summit, 2000.
• Over 1,000 publications in Nigerian newspapers and magazines.
• Forty Glorious Years, Biography of Oba Adetunla Adeleye, the Elekole of Ikole- Ekiti.
• The most innovative subeb chairman in Nigeria, 2009 by the presidential committee on schools debate.
• The best performing subeb chairman in the south west (2009).
MEMBERSHIP OF SOCIAL CLUBS:
• Inland club, Ado-ekiti, Ekiti State.
• Lagos Country Club, Ikeja, Lagos State.
• Table tennis
The Federal Ministry of Works is charged with several statutory responsibilities among which are:
Federal Highways (Planning, Design, Construction & Rehabilitation)
Supervision of the monitoring and maintenance of Federal roads nationwide
Provision of engineering infrastructure on Federal Highways
Structurally, the Ministry has undergone some changes in recent times aimed at ensuring the effective discharge of its mandate. It is presently structured into fifteen (15) professional departments, four (4) service departments and five units.
To elevate Nigerian Road to a standard where they become national economic and socio-economic assets, contributing to her rapid growth and development; to make federal road functional, pleasurable and an avenue of reinventing Nigeria’s trust and confidence in government.
To use the intellectual, management and material resources available to the Ministry of works to make Nigerian Roads functional all the time.
Office of the Surveyor General of the Federation
Federal Road Maintenance Agency (FERMA)
Surveyors Council of Nigeria (SURCON)