Mr. Babatunde Oluajo, holds a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Political Science from the University of Ibadan and MSc in Governance and Policy from University of Southampton UK. He also holds a diploma in Banking and Finance from the University of Jos. He is a fellow of the Marquette University Les Aspin Centre for Governance, Washington DC and a Chevening scholar.
Mr. Oluajo has a wealth of programmatic and management experience garnered from two decades of work in the civil society sector spanning transparency, accountability, anti-corruption, democracy and governance work and research. His programmatic and management experience spans local and international NGOs.
Babatunde was at various times a co-opted member of Inter-Agency Task Team that developed the National Anti-corruption Strategy for Nigeria as well as a member of the National Advisory Council of Designated Non-Financial Institutions of the Special Control Unit Against Money Laundering (SCUML). He was also on the Steering Committee of the Anti-corruption Issue Based Project under the management of the Bureau for Public Sector Reforms and was also the Chairperson of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) chapter of Anti-Corruption Revolution (ANCOR), an Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) supported public outreach initiative in Nigeria.
Babatunde was equally on the Coordinating Committee of the UN Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) Coalition on which he served for over 3 years.