Our Team

WNT Capitas is a strategic communications and investment risk consultancy. We craft and execute communications and public affairs strategies backed by robust research and risk analysis to assist our clients make the best commercial decisions to safeguard their reputation as well as enhance goodwill.

Managing Director

Manager Research

Creative Director

Head, Media Relations

Abimbola Agboluaje

Managing Director

Abimbola consults on governance and policy reform and communication. He has worked on projects for The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), co-editing the book “Science and Society in the Face of the New Security Threats” (IOS Press, Amsterdam) with Mary Sharpe at the University of Cambridge. He also worked on the NATO project “Governance and International Security” at the University of Bristol. He has consulted for other international and Nigerian agencies on governance reform, trade, and investment promotion. These include the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Export Promotion Council of Nigeria, the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria, and the Federal Ministry of Health. He taught the course “The Social and Political Environment of Business” at the Lagos Business School in 2008. From March 2010 to August 2011, he was Chairman of the Communication Committee of the Presidential Task Force for Power Sector Reform (PTFP) in Abuja where he led the development and execution of a strategy to promote Nigeria’s electric power industry reform to labour unions, the media, and local and international investors. He recently completed a book chapter “Corporate Social Responsibility and Latecomer Industrialization in Nigeria” (with Professor Richard Joseph of Northwestern University and Kelly Spence of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs). Abimbola also advises foreign direct investment professionals on regulatory, commercial, and reputational risks. He has been a Visiting Member of the Editorial Boards of BusinessDay and the Guardian Newspapers, where he contributed opinion on economic policy and governance.

 

Usman Oyebamiji

Manager Research

Abimbola consults on governance and policy reform and communication. He has worked on projects for The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), co-editing the book “Science and Society in the Face of the New Security Threats” (IOS Press, Amsterdam) with Mary Sharpe at the University of Cambridge. He also worked on the NATO project “Governance and International Security” at the University of Bristol. He has consulted for other international and Nigerian agencies on governance reform, trade, and investment promotion. These include the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Export Promotion Council of Nigeria, the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria, and the Federal Ministry of Health. He taught the course “The Social and Political Environment of Business” at the Lagos Business School in 2008. From March 2010 to August 2011, he was Chairman of the Communication Committee of the Presidential Task Force for Power Sector Reform (PTFP) in Abuja where he led the development and execution of a strategy to promote Nigeria’s electric power industry reform to labour unions, the media, and local and international investors. He recently completed a book chapter “Corporate Social Responsibility and Latecomer Industrialization in Nigeria” (with Professor Richard Joseph of Northwestern University and Kelly Spence of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs). Abimbola also advises foreign direct investment professionals on regulatory, commercial, and reputational risks. He has been a Visiting Member of the Editorial Boards of BusinessDay and the Guardian Newspapers, where he contributed opinion on economic policy and governance.

 

Ken Omoregie

Creative Director

Abimbola consults on governance and policy reform and communication. He has worked on projects for The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), co-editing the book “Science and Society in the Face of the New Security Threats” (IOS Press, Amsterdam) with Mary Sharpe at the University of Cambridge. He also worked on the NATO project “Governance and International Security” at the University of Bristol. He has consulted for other international and Nigerian agencies on governance reform, trade, and investment promotion. These include the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Export Promotion Council of Nigeria, the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria, and the Federal Ministry of Health. He taught the course “The Social and Political Environment of Business” at the Lagos Business School in 2008. From March 2010 to August 2011, he was Chairman of the Communication Committee of the Presidential Task Force for Power Sector Reform (PTFP) in Abuja where he led the development and execution of a strategy to promote Nigeria’s electric power industry reform to labour unions, the media, and local and international investors. He recently completed a book chapter “Corporate Social Responsibility and Latecomer Industrialization in Nigeria” (with Professor Richard Joseph of Northwestern University and Kelly Spence of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs). Abimbola also advises foreign direct investment professionals on regulatory, commercial, and reputational risks. He has been a Visiting Member of the Editorial Boards of BusinessDay and the Guardian Newspapers, where he contributed opinion on economic policy and governance.

 

Samuel Ogborogo

Head, Media Relations

Abimbola consults on governance and policy reform and communication. He has worked on projects for The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), co-editing the book “Science and Society in the Face of the New Security Threats” (IOS Press, Amsterdam) with Mary Sharpe at the University of Cambridge. He also worked on the NATO project “Governance and International Security” at the University of Bristol. He has consulted for other international and Nigerian agencies on governance reform, trade, and investment promotion. These include the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Export Promotion Council of Nigeria, the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria, and the Federal Ministry of Health. He taught the course “The Social and Political Environment of Business” at the Lagos Business School in 2008. From March 2010 to August 2011, he was Chairman of the Communication Committee of the Presidential Task Force for Power Sector Reform (PTFP) in Abuja where he led the development and execution of a strategy to promote Nigeria’s electric power industry reform to labour unions, the media, and local and international investors. He recently completed a book chapter “Corporate Social Responsibility and Latecomer Industrialization in Nigeria” (with Professor Richard Joseph of Northwestern University and Kelly Spence of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs). Abimbola also advises foreign direct investment professionals on regulatory, commercial, and reputational risks. He has been a Visiting Member of the Editorial Boards of BusinessDay and the Guardian Newspapers, where he contributed opinion on economic policy and governance.