Engr. Oguntominiyi Oluyemi Oladimeji (DIRECTOR HIGHWAYS CONSTRUCTION AND REHABILITATION)
Engr. Oguntominiyi Oluyemi Oladimeji was born in Ikeji-Arakeji in Osun State on 23rd September, 1960. He obtained a Bachelor of Engineering degree (Honours) in Civil Engineering from the Prestigious University of Ilorin.
He had held several strategic positions in the Ministry before rising to the position of Director, Highways Construction & Rehabilitation, being responsible to the Permanent Secretary for the formulation and implementation of policies on Highways Construction and Rehabilitation; Coordination of all activities of stakeholders in the construction sector amongst others.
Engr. Oguntominiyi is a Fellow of Nigerian Society of Engineering (FNSE) and also a registered Engineer with the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN). He has also attended various short courses, home and abroad to continually sharpen his skills for higher responsibilities.
His hobbies are reading and travelling.
ORGANOGRAM HIGHWAYS CONSTRUCTION AND REHABILITATION DEPARTMENT
FASHOLA, ALIYU, INUWA YAHAYA AT THE COMMISSIONING OF GOMBE STATE INVESTMENT HOUSING ESTATE BUILT UNDER THE FMBN ESTATE DEVELOPMENT LOAN EDL WINDOW IN GOMBE GOMBE STATE
Hon Minister of Works Housing Mr Babatunde Fashola SAN 2nd left Minister of State in the Ministry Engr Abubukar Aliyu left Managing Director CEO Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria FMBN Arc Ahmed Musa Dangiwa 2nd right Chairman Board of Directors FMBN Dr Adewale Adeeyo 3rd left watch with keen interest as Governor of Gombe State Alhaji Muhammadu Inuwa Yahaya presents keys to one of the beneficiaries Abubakar Tijani right during the Commissioning of Gombe State Investment Housing Estate Under the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria FMBN Estate Development Loan EDL Window at the Project Site along Dukku Road Gombe State on Thursday 20th February 2020
FASHOLA, LAWAN, TINUBU, OTHERS AT THE SENATE JOINT COMMITTEE ON COMMUNICATIONS TRADE AND INVESTMENT'S ONE DAY PUBLIC HEARING ON THE INCREASING RATE OF DROP CALLS AND OTHER UNWHOLESOME PRACTICES BY TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK OPERATORS IN NIGERIA THAT HAVE ROBBED NIGERIANS OF THER HARD EARNING BILLIONS OF NAIRA IN ABUJA
Hon Minister of Works Housing Mr Babatunde Fashola SAN right and Senate President Senator Ahmad Lawan left during the Senate Joint Committee on Communications Trade and Investment s One Day Public Hearing on the Increasing Rate of Drops Calls and Other Unwholesome Practices by Telecommunications Network Operators in Nigeria that Robbed Nigerians of their Hard Earning Billions of Naira at the Senate Conference Hall 0 22 Senate New Building on Wednesday 19th February 2020