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Dr. Tayo Aduloju Appointed as CEO of Nigerian Economic Summit Group

Dr. Tayo Aduloju has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG), effective from January 1, 2024. Formerly the Chief Operating Officer and Senior Fellow at NESG, Aduloju is recognized as a scholar-practitioner, economist, policy entrepreneur, and strategist. With a background in reform initiatives across various socio-economic fields, including aviation, agriculture, finance, and governance, he becomes the 6th CEO of NESG.

Aduloju, a seasoned policy advisor, has served under former Presidents Yar’Adua, Obasanjo, and Buhari, contributing to the transformation of the Nigerian economy. His extensive educational background includes degrees from institutions like MIT, Walden University, and Rushmore University. Dr. Aduloju, an Okun Economic Fellow, also holds key roles in sustainable development, illicit financial flows mapping, and the Nigeria Open Government Partnership.

His multifaceted expertise extends to instructing aspiring corporate leaders and providing insightful commentary on economic policy. Established in 1996, NESG is a non-profit private sector organization dedicated to reforming the Nigerian economy for global competitiveness and sustainability.

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