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Meet Our Board of Directors

Resource Intermediaries Limited  is impeccable in strategy and implementation. Our success story over the years has been amazing. We are who we are because  we have viable board members

Dr. Ebun Bamgboye is a Consultant Physician and Nephrologist, with a special interest in Nephrology (kidney medicine). He is the head of the Dialysis/Transplant Unit at St. Nicholas hospital and the Clinical Director of the Hospital.

Over the years he developed one of Nigeria’s most prestigious and functional Dialysis Units, which receives referrals from around the world. He is also the Head of the St. Nicholas Renal Transplant Unit. The Renal Transplant Unit has been running for over 16 years now and was the first unit in Nigeria and Sub-region to perform successful kidney transplants and has performed over 70% of all Kidney Transplants in the West African sub-region, over 160 transplants, till date.

Dr. Bamgboye is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in England.

He is also currently a member of the Africa Subcommittee of the International Society of Nephrology and the Advisory Board, St. Nicholas Hospital, Lagos.

Dr. Bamgboye has served as Immediate National President of his professional association, The Nigerian Association of Nephrology, is concurrently President of the Transplant Association of Nigeria.

He also serves as the Chairman of the Court of Governors of the Lagos state University College of Medicine, appointed in March 2014.

Dr. Bamgboye has several publications to his credit, amongst which are:

  • Effectiveness of Oseltamivir Treatment in Human Influenza A (H5N1) Infections: An Updated Analysis. The 4th European Scientific Working group on Influenza Conference. Malta, 11-14 Sep 2011.
  • Clinical Characteristics & Treatment Effectiveness in Possible Human Cases of H5N1. The Fourth European Scientific Working group on Influenza Conference. Malta, 11-14 Sep 2011.
  • Strengthening Observational Evidence for Antiviral Effectiveness in Influenza A (H5N1). An article published in the Journal of Infectious Diseases, Oxford Journals, Volume 204 Issue 5 September 1, 2011 pp: 810-811.
  • Macrolides and anti-inflammatory agents in the treatment of avian influenza (H5N1). XIV International Symposium on Respiratory Viral Infections. Istanbul, Turkey, 23-26 March 2012
  • The clinical presentation of H5N1 avian influenza in children. An article published in the Journal of Clinical Infectious Diseases 2012:55 (1 July)
  • Determinants of Antiviral Effectiveness in Influenza Virus A Subtype H5N1. An article published in the Journal of Clinical Infectious Diseases 2012; doi: 10.1093/infdis/jis509
  • Recognizing true H5N1 infections in humans during confirmed outbreaks. This is an open-access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License. (Received 21 January 2013 – Accepted 15 May 2013). J Infect Dev Ctries 2014; 8(2):202-207. doi:10.3855/jidc.3329
  • Challenges of Practice in a Resource Limited Environment: Focus on Africa. Presented at the 10th Conference on Kidney Disease in Disadvantaged Populations, a Satellite Symposium of the WCN 2015, Cape Town, 17-18 March 2015
  • Sustainability and Diversity: Bridging the gap: Transitions between and within dialysis and transplantation. Presented at the ISN World Congress of Nephrology 2015, Cape Town, South Africa, March 13-17, 2015


Olusoji Oyawoye is a 1987 Bachelor of Science graduate of Economics who also holds both a Postgraduate Diploma and a Masters Degree in Business Management. With a wealth of experience in all facets of banking spanning eighteen years, the last five in Executive Management capacity. Olusoji is credited for exemplary people skills, which have seen him lead several turnaround initiatives in his career. He is an Associate Certified Outsourcing Professional (aCOP) of the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP) in USA, a Fellow of the Association of Outsourcing Professionals of Nigeria (fAOPN) and a Member of the Institute of Directors of Nigeria (MIoD).

Olusoji is currently part owner of Resource Intermediaries (Nigeria) Limited, a Human Resource Outsourcing company in Lagos where he has been as MD/CEO since 2006, and a non-executive director in four other companies in Nigeria and Ghana. He is a certified John Maxwell Leadership Trainer, Coach and Speaker.

Outside professional pursuits, Olusoji is a publisher with several published articles, a bi-annual magazine and six books on relationships, entrepreneurship and finding ones purpose in Life. He is a motivational speaker who is generally driven by a desire to develop skills and best practice competences in managing business’s Human and Administrative assets.

He is also a three times past President of Federal Government College Lagos, Ijanikin Old Students Association, 2014 to 2016, 2000 to 2002 and 1994 to 1996. 

 Osarieme Olubunmi Ezekiel obtained a first degree in English in 1984, thereafter went on to obtain a degree in Law (LL.B, Hons). She was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1990. In 1997, she acquired a Masters in Business Administration.With a career in banking that spanned over twenty years, Ms. Ezekiel has in-depth knowledge of the financial services industry, spanning several sectors.

Having worked as Company Secretary/Legal Adviser of a commercial bank for several years, she has immense experience in the critical areas of corporate governance and compliance issues.
Ms. Ezekiel currently works at Oakwell Partners, a multi-disciplinary commercial law firm, as Managing Partner and also consults for various corporate organisations.

A passionate advocate of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Osarieme is a leading mediation practitioner with over a decade as a CEDR UK accredited mediator. Osarieme mediates in several commercial, construction, partnership, family as well as community disputes and carries out training on mediation. A key part of her work is corporate governance training for a major regulatory body in the financial industry and advisory services on disciplinary process for major multi nationals (MNCs)

She leads a team of advisors on compliance and contract issues on a major PPP new city development project with a state government in Nigeria.

Osarieme has participated in various international programmes including that of the University of Pepperdine Faculty of Law, Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution. She is on the Panel of Neutrals of the Lagos Multi-Door Court House and the NCC (Nigerian Communications Commission). She is also on the Faculty of the University of Lagos/NCMG College of Negotiation. Osarieme is on the Dispute Resolution Panel of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC).
Being a qualified trainer, she is a sought after facilitator for several professional bodies and corporate organisations. She is versatile, multi-talented, a consensus builder and an excellent administrator.

Idode Ohiwerei holds both Bachelor of Environmental Science and Bachelor of Architecture degrees.
He practices as an Architect / Builder with a wealth of experience spanning 16 years.
He is the Principal Architect of Detailed Designs Limited, a firm of Architects and Builders with offices in Dolphin Estate, Lagos.
He specialises in Project Development / Management & Finance, Renovation & Refurbishment as well as Construction (turn-key projects) and also Real Estate Development.
ldo Ohiwerei has handled several jobs most prominent of which are the design and supervision of Nigerian Tobacco Company’s National Head Quarters in Ikoyi Lagos,
Design & Construction of Bankers Warehouse Cash in Transit Terminal 1 at Illupeju, Lagos, Renovation / Reconstruction of African Terminal Head Office on Alexander Road, Ikoyi Lagos.
He also sits on the board of Coates Brothers West Africa Limited as a Non Executive Director.