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It’s a joyful mood in the household of frontline Ogun State born politician Engr. (Dr. ) Deji Ashiru FNSE as he celebrates his birthday in style today.
On his verified social media handle, Ashiru wrote: “Happy birthday to me I give all thanks and Glory to God for a new level, a new day and God’s faithfulness in my life.”
Friends and associates have started pouring encomiums on the man who has impacted lives positively .
Ashiru’s from the famous Ashiru family in Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State. Although he was not born with a silver spoon, through consistency, hardwork and prayers, he has moved to the zenith of his career over the years
he has assisted in no small measures the downtrodden in the society through his EDA Empowerment foundation within and outside Ogun State.
Ashiru studied Mechanical Engineering from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife and holds an MBA, Masters in Sub-Sea Pipeline Engineering, which is Ocean & Sea Technology from the renowned Cranfield University, United Kingdom, a Doctorate in Engineering from Common Wealth University, UK. He also studied
Executive Education on Sustainable Business Strategy from Harvard Business School, USA and Leadership & Management from London Graduate School, UK.
Ashiru was conferred with the prestigious award of the Fellow Nigerian Society of Engineers (FNSE) and also a member of The Council for Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria ( COREN). He was recently appointed on the Board of Advisors of Metropolitan School of Business and Management, UK.
Currently, he’s the MD/CEO of Contec Global Energy Ltd and worked for a multinational consulting engineering firm ABB LUMMUS GLOBAL on a variety of Oil and gas subsea and pipeline projects.
It will be recalled that Ashiru was the All Progressives Congress (APC), aspirant for Ijebu Central Federal Constituency in the just concluded primaries elections.
Given his resolve for community development, he was bestowed with
the chieftaincy title Otunba Adegoroye of Ososa, Ijebuland, Ogun State by the Gbegonde of Ososa, Oba (Dr.) Adetoye Alatishe in recognition of his service to humanity.