Adetunji Omotola – Communication Specialist holds a Master of Communications research from the University of Leicester, an LLB Law South Bank University London, and is a graduate of Sociology from the University of Lagos.
His Professional qualifications include Stockbroking, Certificate in Wine from the Cape Wine Academy and Certificates in Real Estate and Insurance from the UK and South Africa respectively.
He recently gained the Henley Executive in Public Speaking Certificate and is currently learning Mandarin. Book through Conference Speakers International
An African enthusiast dedicated to telling the African story across the continent on an array of topics dealing with politics, economics and current affairs, Adetunji is frequently invited to speak on Africa’s challenges and opportunities at conferences, such as the Brenthurst Foundation/ Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Africa’s Swing States, Lake Como Italy 2015, corporate leadership sessions such as Dow Chemical, Expanding into Nigeria, Johnson and Johnson- Cape Town, Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Attorneys, ‘Nigeria’s challenges and the new government’s response’ and is a regular speaker at Gordon Institute of Business Sciences, the South Africa/ Nigeria Chamber of Commerce and the Institute of African Renaissance.
He is constantly requested by media to comment on issues surrounding African economies, Opportunities and challenges on mediums such as CNBC, Talk Radio 702, Power FM, Metro FM and Forbes Africa.
Adetunji is also a Kaya Bizz Contributor on Kaya FM 95.9, drive time discussing business in Africa and writes for several African media titles.
Passionate about wine lifestyles Adetunji has been blazing the trail in the wine industry across Africa over the last six years with his companies Veine Wines and African Wine Circle.
Adetunji Omotola – Communication Specialist
Before joining the wine industry Adetunji worked at Old Mutual (Private Wealth management) in Hyde Park, Johannesburg with high net worth clients and was top of the country out of 4000 brokers in July 2006.
He is the founder of the Guild of Nigerian Professionals- South Africa, an initiative borne out of a need to adopt a more proactive stance around issues that affect Nigerians and the need for Nigerian professionals to support each other adding value to the larger community.
He is also passionate also about the development of women and children and is a true African who has visited, Togo, Ghana, Benin Republic, Botswana, Namibia, Kenya and Zambia. Follow Conference Speakers on Twitter