About the President & Founder, Engr. Gbenga Adebayo

Adebayo is the President and Founder of Royal FM 95.1Mhz. The first private FM Radio Station in Ilorin, North Central Nigeria. (www.royalfm.net)

He is the Chairman of African Broadband Limited, owners of Royal FM, Royal Television Service and Royal Times of Nigeria Newspapers. (www.africanbroadband.net)

He is the Chairman and Group Chief Executive Officer of Communication Network Support Services Limited Group of Companies, whose operations cuts across Telecommunication Network maintenance, Call and Contact Centre Service, Media, Broadcasting, Agriculture, Hotels and Hospitality Services, Medical and Hospital Services.

Adebayo is the current Chairman of the Association of Licensed Telecom Operators of Nigeria (ALTON), an industry association for all Telecommunications Operators in Nigeria. Membership of ALTON includes all the major telecommunications licenses in Nigeria, particularly those providing voice and data telephony as well as those providing ancillary and other related value added services. (wwww.altonnig.com)

A full member of the Global Club of Leaders, and a recipient of Best Manager of the Year 2018, for high achievement and professionalism in Business Management by the Global Club of Leaders, Oxford United Kingdom.

He is the Chairman and Founder of Savannah Hotels and Resort Centre, Ilorin North Central Nigeria (www.savannahhotels.com.ng)

He is the Owner and Chief Farmer of Chesterfield Farms Limited. (www.chesterfieldfarmsltd.com)

Adebayo is the Chancellor of Premier Vocational Training Institute Nigeria. A foremost vocational training centre for middle Level Manpower development across trades in Nigeria.(www.pvti.com.ng)

He is the Founder and provider of Heilung Kreuz Hospital, a top class medical and health care hospital in Lagos, South West Nigeria.(www.heilungkreuzhospital.com)

A founding Partner of Acoometi Premier Services (UK) limited, a Consultancy and Advisory Services Company registered in England and Wales. (www.acoometi.co.uk)

The Author of Telecom in Nigeria, a role in the call, a book on telecommunications development in Nigeria (2006).

A former General Manager of VGC Communications Ltd. Nigeria, a Private Telephone Operator and provider of digital fibre optic supported land line services, data communications and broadband internet services.

A member of National Broadband Implementation Policy, Nigeria 2012 to date
A member of Ministerial advisory Council, Abuja Nigeria
A member of the Governing Board of Digital Bridge Institute Abuja – Nigeria
A member of Telecom Industry Advisory Forum – ICAF
A Member of the Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) Eminent Advisory Group on Number Portability
A member of Nigeria National Communications Policy Review Committee
An advisory council member of the International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
A member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers,
A member of the Nigeria Institute of Management
A member of the German Society of Radio Engineers,
Member of the British Radio Science Association
A patron of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Students Society of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife Nigeria
A patron of the Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering Students Society of the Lagos State University, Lagos.
A past President of Rotary Club of Victoria Garden City, District 9110 Nigeria, year 2003/2004.
He was listed as one of  44 -Nigerian professionals in a media survey conducted about successful and eminent young Nigerian Chief Executives in a report on the ‘roadmap to the future, those who will make Nigeria Great again’ during Nigeria’s 44thIndependence anniversary, in October 2004.
Nigeria I-T and Telecom Digest Magazine described him as ‘Estimable’:
The NewswatchMagazine described him as ‘Wiz Kid at the Top’ and
The City People Magazine described him as a ‘Telecom Wizard’.
The Guardian Newspaper named as one of the Most young Inspiring 50 Nigerian Entrepreneurs in 2017.
He is married to Olubunmi and they are blessed with Temilolu and Morenike.

Reader's opinions
  1. Crystals   On   June 21, 2016 at 2:05 pm

    How much do you charge for 30 minutes programme… I intend to start a new radio program on radio and I believe it will be a great Idea to partner with you. So whats your charges for 30 minutes weekly programme. Let me book for a month and will increase it subsequently.

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