MY VISION – “To put an end to individual pronouncements over the true intrinsic power of the people and make Lagos work for ALL in Lagos.”
Abdul-Azeez Olajide Adediran is a Nigerian journalist, successful serial entrepreneur, philanthropist and technocrat.
Though born as the 5th of 7 siblings on 25th of November, 1977 in Mushin area of Lagos to a Christian mother and a Muslim father, Olajide is an illustrious and true son of Aworiland from the Osolu and Elete Kingdoms of Ojo local government area of Lagos. “Jandor” as he is fondly called, grew from his humble beginnings in Mushin with steadfast aspiration and determination to be in a position to lift the indigent out of the misery of poverty.
He found a career in communications consultancy, developing himself first as a proficient journalist with close to two decades of activities spanning business, entertainment and politics.
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He is currently Chairman and Group CEO of Core Media Group, a conglomerate consisting several other companies including CoreTvNews, a 24hr digital terrestrial television station; he is Chairman Datanet Project Services, an oil installation and procurement services company; Chairman, The Floral Consult; Owner, Core-Bet, a Casino and Sports Betting firm; and Chairman/Lead Visioner, Jandor Foundation, a privately run non-governmental organization solely established to empower and liberate the less privileged, especially in Lagos. In just over two years of operation, the Foundation established presence in all 57 local government areas in Lagos with over 2,000 volunteers who helped to transform over 10,000 lives and commissioned over 1800 projects.`
Jandor is an alumnus of several institutions of learning, including The Polytechnic Ibadan; Modul University, Vienna; the Prestigious Howard University School of Business, Washington DC, USA; and Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom. He also belongs to several professional bodies such as the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR); the Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON); the Nigeria Union of Journalist (NUJ); and the Broadcasting Organization of Nigeria (BON). He is also a member of the prestigious Yoruba Tennis Club and Eko Club.
He is a recipient of many professional and social awards for his remarkable strides both in his profession as well as his humanitarian endeavors.
Olajide, liberal to religion, is a devout Muslim and is happily married with children.
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