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Directors

Taiwo Olasupo Adekanmbi , B.Sc., M.Sc.
Director of ICT and Head of Data Management Team

Taiwo is the Director of ICT and Head of Data Management Team. He obtains B.Sc. (Statistics, Unilorin), PGD (Computer Science, Unilag), Cert. Soc Stat (Southampton, UK) & M.Sc. (Statistics, Unilag). Taiwo has built his career as both a Statistician and Data Manager using CSPro, SPSS and STATA. To his credit, he has consulted for many organizations, Ministries and Agencies in Nigeria. His role on the conduct of national surveys in Nigeria as a member of the National Technical Working Group on such surveys cannot be over emphasized. He turned to be a most-sought-for Data Manager based on his competencies and diligence. Taiwo is the current Team Lead for DRMC whose roles and responsibilities include oversight of the firm to ensure it accomplishes its vision and mission.

Inuwa Bakari JALINGO, B.Sc., M.Sc.
Qualitative Research and Coordinator of Northern Teams

Inuwa is the Director of Qualitative Research and Coordinator of Northern Teams. He obtains B.Sc. (Geography, ABU) & M.Sc. (Sociology). Currently he is pursuing his Ph.D. programme at the Bayero University of Kano. Inuwa had served in various capacities at the National Population Commission, Nigeria, more importantly as Survey Coordinator. Inuwa participated in the Nigeria Population Census in 1991 and 2006, Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey, Malaria Indicator Survey, Situation Analysis of Orphaned and Vulnerable Children in Nigeria.
He possess skills on Qualitative and Quantitative Research, Questionnaire design, data analysis and report writing, proficient in the use of statistical packages including but not limited to: SPSS, STATA, Epi Info; proficient in the use of Microsoft Office packages, skilled in the conduct, coordination and supervision of small and large scale qualitative and quantitative surveys and longitudinal data collection, collation analysis and reporting, strong documentation and report writing skills, team management, facilitation and presentation.

David Adekunle FASIKU, M.Sc.
Director of Administration and Finance

David is the Director of Administration and Finance. He obtains M.Sc. (Statistics, OAU) and has successfully conducted survey design and sampling during his career at the National Population Commission. David has anchored Survey design on a number of national surveys such as Nigeria Malaria Indicator Survey, Nigeria Alcohol and Drug Use Survey in Nigeria (NASAD) organized by Neuropsychiatric Hospital in Aro Abeokuta (2009), Household Survey on Literacy, Mapping of Schools, Health Facilities, NGOs, CBOs, Communities in the River State conducted by Ministry of Niger Delta Affaires (2009). He participated as State Coordinators on the Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey in 2003 and 2008. He has excelled himself as a seasoned sampling expert with the knowledge of the Nigerian enumeration areas based on 2006 Population Census on his finger tips. David has served on a number of National Technical Working Groups where he has brought his skills to bear in many national surveys and those conducted by DRMC.

Osifo Tellson OJOGUN, B.Sc., M.Sc.
Director of Monitoring and Evaluation

Osifo is the Director of Monitoring and Evaluation. He obtains B.Sc. (Sociology) and M.A (Population Studies, Uni. Ghana). Osifo possesses adequate skills on project management/coordination, data collection, data analysis and report writing. He had participated in many national surveys in different capacities. Such surveys include the Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey, Situation Analysis of Orphaned and Vulnerable Children, Sentinel Survey, etc. Osifo has sound understanding on the use of SPSS and STATA as statistical packages for data analysis.

Samson ‘Tunde Adebayo, Ph.D
Director of Corporate Marketing

Samson is the Director of Corporate Marketing. He obtains B.Sc. & M.Sc. (Statistics, Unilorin) and Ph.D. (Biostatistics, Munich-Germany). Samson is an academia and a seasoned researcher with skills on design of Operations Research, Exit Survey, Mystery Client Survey, etc. Currently he is a Professor of Statistics at Nasarawa State University. To his credit about 95 articles in peer-reviewed journals and refereed conference proceedings. Samson was a University of Ilorin scholar and a German DAAD scholar. His current areas of research include Bayesian spatial modelling of maternal and childhood health data. He has competence for many statistical packages notably among which are STATA, SAS, BayesX, SPlus, SPSS, etc. Samson has coordinated the conduct of many national surveys such as the Nigeria National HIV/AIDS and Reproductive Health Survey, Nigeria Malaria Indicator Survey, Integrated Biological and Behavioural Surveillance Survey, etc.