Lagos deserves a representative
that will stand up for its constituents.

Learn about Abdul-Azeez Olajide Adediran's background, career, and the work he has accomplished.

About Me

I am proud to serve the people of Lagos

Dr. Abdul-Azeez Olajide Adediran (JANDOR) is a Nigerian journalist, successful serial entrepreneur, philanthropist and technocrat.

Born 25th of November, 1977 in Mushin area of Lagos to a Christian mother and a Muslim father, Olajide is an illustrious son of Awori Land from the Osolu and Elite Kingdoms of Ojo Local Government Area of Lagos State.

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.


He is currently Chairman and Group CEO of Core Media Group, a conglomerate consisting of several other companies including CoreTvNews, a 24hr digital terrestrial television station. He is Chairman of Datanet Project Services, an Oil Installation and Procurement services company; Chairman, of The Floral Consult; and the Lead Visioner, Lagos4lagos Movement, the largest and the fastest-growing Political Movement in Lagos.

Jandor is an alumnus of several Institutions of learning; including The Polytechnic, Ibadan (Adeseun Ogundoyin, Eruwa Campus), 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 Nigerian Union of Journalists (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 endeavours.

Olajide, liberal to religion; is a devout Muslim and is happily married with children.

The path forward may be difficult,
but it is pivotal that we get Lagos back to work.