Mr Adewale A. Aderibigbe

A graduate from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife. Aderibigbe was born in Freetown, Sierra Leone, where his father was principal of the renowned Fourah Bay College.

He studied at the Ibadan Grammar School before proceeding to the university.

On graduation, he did his compulsory NYSC at NKST Girls College, Mvade, Benue State. Thereafter, he joined George and Duke International college Ibadan, where he functioned in various capacities, such as Game Instructor and Chairman of the Examination committee in addition to being a subject teacher.

He was later appointed Vice-Principal of the institution co-ordination academic programmes among other responsibilities. He won the teacher of the year several times in the school.

He was principal of Spring of Life International College, where he was the pioneer principal for three years. His enthusiasm also got him an appointment as a principal in Christ College, Aiyetoro. Ogun State.

On inception of Wales College in 2012, Mr Aderibigbe was given an appointment to co-ordinate the institution like he has successfully done in previously in other places. He is calm, level-headed and also co-ordinated the spiritual and life-skills programme in the school.


Laura Sikorska


Laura Sikorska acquired a Certificate of teaching qualification in the year 2002 from University of Warsaw in Poland. She also obtained a Master of Science Degree in Chemistry from the same University of Warsaw in the year 2002. In 2009 she obtained yet another Master of Science in Chemistry from the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada.

Laura also obtained a teaching workshop certificate in 2002 from Gwenna Moss Teaching and Learning Centre, University of Saskatchewan and in the year 2010 she acquired a Certificate of Francization from the University of Montreal in Canada.

She attended several other courses and obtained certification as relating to general safety such as Safety Oriented First Aid Course, Laboratory Safety Training Certificate Course (2002) and Standard First Aid and CPR/AED Level C Training Certificate (2011) all from Canada.

Laura has worked in several educational institutions from the early childhood education up to the university level. In particular Laura stated her career in the year 2000 as a Middle School Chemistry Teacher, in Gimnzjum Publiczne , Podkowa, Lesna in Poland. In the year 2001, she proceeded to Liceum Ogolnoksztalcace IM Marii Dabrowskiej in Komorow, Poland, where she taught as High School Chemistry Teacher. Laura later worked as Research Assistant at University of Warsaw in Poland as research assistant between the year 2002 and 2005. From 2005 to 2007, she worked as a Teaching Assistant at the Department of Chemistry, University of Saskatchewan, Canada.

As a result of Laura’s passion for childhood education, she proceeded to undertake an Early Childhood Education Courses from Champlean Regional College, St Lambert, Canada and thereafter in she worked as an early childhood educator, in Garderie Educative Riverside St Lambert Canada. Laura has carried out a number of researches and published articles particularly in the Polish Journal of Chemistry, 2002 & 2005 Editions.


Kayode Akinnusi


He is a seasoned scientist with a spanned career in research and lecturing.

He acquired his BSC in Chemistry from the university of Ilorin and completed MSc in Pharmaceutical Chemistry at the University of Lagos. He also possesses a masters degree from the University of Pretoria, South Africa and the University of Saskatchewan, Canada.
He was able to complete his academic post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Ottawa and McGill University.
His uniqueness got him to serve as a teaching assistant in the university of Saskatchewan for 5 years. He is presently the team leaer at the Toronto Reasearch Chemicals, managing over 8 PhD and MSc research chemist with a combined total of 30 active projects at any given time.





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