Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
Tony Attah/SiteAssets/NLNGPortfolio/tony.png
Tony has over two decades experience in the Oil and Gas Industry and prior to his current role at Nigeria LNG Limited...
Tony Attah is the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Nigeria LNG and the Vice President of Bonny Gas Transport. 

Tony has over 25 years experience in the Oil and Gas Industry and prior to his current role at Nigeria LNG Limited, he was the Managing Director and Board Chairman of Shell Nigeria E & P Company SNEPCo, Vice President HSE and Corporate Affairs, Vice President Human Resources (HR) as well as other technical & non-technical roles in Operations and major projects including being the Head of Joint Venture Economics in the commercial function. 
He holds a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Ibadan and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Benin. He is a member of Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) and Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE).

​Over his distinguished career across Europe, Russia and Africa, Tony has led multi-disciplinary teams across diverse cultures. He has been renowned for his strong strategic and commercial mind-set which is underpinned by a solid technical background and excellent leadership capabilities. His goal in NLNG is to sustain the historical excellent performance, move the company to the next level and continue to make NLNG an inspiration to Nigeria and a company committed to helping build a better Nigeria.​.

NLNG is rated the 4th Company in Nigeria (1st amongst home grown) and contributed over 12% of Government revenue in taxes and dividend in 2014 and 2015. With revenue exceeding $90bln since 1999, the company ranks with FTSE 100 companies globally and is being managed to world class standards. 

Tony is epitomised by his focus on people and delivering business value to the stakeholders. His personal core values are Humility, Excellence and Respect for people. He is married with children and his hobbies are watching soccer, playing golf and listening to music.
Sadeeq A. Mai-Bornu
Mr. Sadeeq Mai-Bornu's academic background is in Civil Engineering.Sadeeq has over 30 years’ working experience majorly in the Oil and Gas Industry.
Sadeeq A Mai-Bornu is the Deputy Managing Director of Nigeria LNG and ​Executive Director on the Board of NLNG Ship Management Limited.  Sadeeq has over 30 years’ working experience majorly in the Oil and Gas Industry and is an alumnus of the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria with a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering. He is a member of the Nigerian Society of Engineers.

Prior to his current role at Nigeria LNG Limited, he was the Managing Director of Nigerian Petroleum Dev Co Ltd (NPDC), Benin. 

Prior to joining NNPC in 1987 as a Project Engineer, he began his working career in July 1985 at the Ajaokuta Steel Company Limited (ASCL) as an Engineer in the Real Estate Development Department, responsible for the construction of the 10,000 housing unit Steel Township.

He joined Nigeria National Petroleum Company (NNPC) in 1987 where he started his career as a Project Engineer and served as member of many project teams such as NNPC Corporate Telecoms Network (CTN), PPMC Escravos Tank farm, Butanisation project for the construction of 9 LPG depots.

From 1996 to 2004, Mr. Mai-Bornu served as Technical Assistant to 5 consecutive Group General Managers in Engineering & Technology Division where he was renowned for his exemplary leadership and drive to coordinate the various departments, manage the capital projects portfolio and develop the strategic plan which resulted in valuable contributions that aligned with Management's aspirations for effective project delivery.

From 2005, when he became a Deputy Manager, Cost Control Unit in the Technical Services Department, he has had a distinguishing management career as Manager in the Process Engineering Department, General Manager, Joint Ventures in the Renewable Energy Division (RED) in February 2011, covering role as Group General Manager, RED on 2 different occasion and Managing Director, Nigerian Petroleum Dev Co Ltd (NPDC) where he was able to ramp up oil production from about 87,000 barrels oil  per day (bopd) to a record 155, 000 bopd.

With flair for coaching & mentorship programmes and knowledge transfer, Sadeeq was recognized as a Learning Champion. He was actively involved in Management Development Programmes, member of Interview panels for Management promotions as well as Graduate Employment. He is a team player, dedicated and hardworking staff. He is widely travelled, has attended several management/leadership courses.

Deputy Managing Director
Adeleye Falade/SiteAssets/NLNGPortfolio/Leye%202.png
Adeleye Falade is a graduate of Electrical/Electronics Engineering
Adeleye Falade is a graduate of Electrical/Electronics Engineering from the University of Ibadan and holds an MBA from Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK. He is also a product of the London Business School short-term programme. He is a Fellow of Nigerian Society of Engineers (FNSE), member of Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN), and member of Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE).

Leye is an accomplished technical business professional with distinguished career in developing and implementing innovative solutions that have improved profitability and performance of world class organizations. He has broad and significant global exposure complemented by an ability to manage operations and projects in multi-national and multi-cultural environments. His over 22 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry cover assignments that span various countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. 

Prior to his current role as GM Production at NLNG, Leye was the Regional Asset Management System Implementation Manager for Royal Dutch Shell where he led the IT-enabled business simplification programme across Shell’s upstream, integrated gas and downstream-manufacturing line of businesses. Before then, he was seconded from Shell to serve as Operations Manager for NLNG between 2015 and 2018. 

In the course of his career, Leye has worked extensively in the upstream and integrated gas businesses with strong focus on delivery. He is versed in asset management, production operations, HSSE, maintenance, project, technical audit and business transformation. He is an exceptional leader who invests heavily in people and business development.

Leye was appointed General Manager Production for Nigeria LNG Limited in May 2019. ​
General Manager, Production
Godwill Dike /SiteAssets/NLNGPortfolio/godwin.png
Godwill Dike is an accomplished Chartered Accountant and Investment Manager...

Godwill Dike is an accomplished Chartered Accountant and Investment Manager with over 20 years' experience in oil and gas, management consulting and funds management. Godwill holds a degree in Accountancy from the Rivers State University of Science & Technology and a Master of Business Administration of IMD Business School, Lausanne, Switzerland. He has attended several professional courses and accumulated a wealth of experience throughout his career across Africa, Europe and Asia.

​He started his career with KPMG Nigeria where he passed his professional exams with national prize honours. He joined Total E&P Nigeria in 1994, enjoying a remarkable career across different functions. As pioneer manager of the pension funds of Total Upstream companies in Nigeria, he set up the independent subsidiary, Total E&P Nigeria CPFA Limited, to manage the fund, formulated its Governance and Strategy documents and secured the licence to operate as a Closed Pension Fund Administrator. He was then appointed into the Board of Directors in 2007 to provide full leadership to the CPFA, a position he held until 2010. During his reign at the Fund, Godwill's eclectic and value mind-set helped close several deals that helped deliver the accelerated growth of the Fund.

From late 2010, he joined the LNG Strategy team of Total S.A. France to provide commercial support to the Group's Global LNG businesses. While in this role, he was attached to the Mahakam LNG Joint Marketing Group, under Total Indonesia, in the 22 mtpa Bontang LNG Plant. Following a short attachment with the Gas Sales team of Total E&P Norway, Godwill then joined the LNG Trading Desk of Total Gas & Power Limited in London where he worked on portfolio optimisation and several 'Sell' and 'Buy' Sale & Purchase Agreements (SPA), including, notably, the 4 mtpa SPA under the Yamal project.

Prior to joining Nigeria LNG Limited in August 2015 as General Manager, Commercial, Godwill was General Manager and Senior Advisor on Oil & Gas Commercial Strategies at Total E&P Nigeria.

General Manager, Commercial
Olugbenga J. Oluwaniyi /SiteAssets/NLNGPortfolio/Olugbenga%202.png
Olugbenga J. Oluwaniyi is a Chartered Accountant
Olugbenga J. Oluwaniyi is a Chartered Accountant with a B.Sc degree in Accounting from the prestigious University of Lagos (UNILAG). He is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) and an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN).

Olugbenga’s almost 30 year’s career spans different industry experiences showing his astuteness as a professional accountant with reasonable exposure to diverse oil and gas accounting and finance activities with strengths in Treasury, Budgeting, Taxation, and Project Accounts/Finance.

He commenced his career in the oil industry in1999 when he joined National Oil Plc (now Conoil Plc) after garnering experiences in the Financial Services and Manufacturing sectors. In 2005, he joined the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) where, at various times, he worked as Manager, Banking Operation and Manager, Management Information System (MIS) amongst other roles. Until his appointment at NLNG, he was General Manager, Banking Operations and had responsibility for Treasury Management for the Corporation.

In his various roles at NNPC, Olubgenga contributed significantly to the Corporation’s national deliverables: he coordinated the successful implementation of the Treasury Singles  Account (TSA) policy without disruptions to NNPC’s regular operations; entrenched accountability in the process of fund release to the Corperation’s  SBU’s/CSUs which aided improved fund application and control; and also restructured the planning process for payment of Crude Cost to the Federation which  significantly made process more efficient. He also creditably represented NNPC in the weekly meeting of the Fiscal Liquidity Assessment Committee at the Central Bank of Nigeria.

In 2016, Olugbenga bagged the Honourable Minister’s Award as the most outstanding NNPC Staff of the Year.

Mr. Olugbenga Jeremiah Oluwaniyi was appointed General Manager Finance for Nigeria LNG Limited in March 2019. 

General Manager, Finance
Eyono Fatayi-Williams /SiteAssets/NLNGPortfolio/Eyono%202.png
Eyono Fatayi-Williams has over 30 years
​Eyono Fatayi-Williams has over 30 years of working experience most of which have been in leadership positions in various industry sectors including oil and gas, banking, security printing and manufacturing. 

Eyono has held several management positions in NLNG. Prior to her appointment as General Manager, External Relations, she was the Manager, Human Resources responsible for policy, services, industrial and employee relations; Manager, Commercial Sales Administration and Manager, IT and Telecommunication Services. Before joining NLNG, she worked in Nigeria Security Printing and Minting Company, MBC International Bank and HACO, a Division of John Holt Limited.

She is an alumna of the University of Lagos and Leeds Metropolitan University with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and a Master’s in Corporate Governance respectively. She is also an alumna of Cranfield University and INSEAD Business School, having graduated from the Executive General Management Programmes. She is a John Maxwell Certified Coach, Mentor and Speaker.
Eyono is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Administrators of Nigeria and WIMBOARD Institute, a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM), Nigerian Gas Association and Women in Management and Business (WIMBIZ). She is a member of the Governing Council of Nigerian Employee Consultative Association (NECA), and an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. 

On volunteer basis, Eyono offers her expertise to support not-for-profit organisations focused on rehabilitation of vulnerable girls and the less privileged in Africa. She is an astute influencer, innovator, and a dedicated technocrat committed to achieving results. She is strategic with excellent networking and communication skills and is passionate about organisational effectiveness, good governance and leadership development and, to her credit, has led many game-changing initiatives. 

 General Manager, External Relations
Akachukwu NWOKEDI
Akachukwu Adeyinka Nwokedi is the General Counsel and Company Secretary of Nigeria LNG Limited (NLNG).

Akachukwu Adeyinka Nwokedi is the General Counsel and Company Secretary of Nigeria LNG Limited (NLNG). He holds a first degree and a Master's degree in law from the prestigious University of Buckingham, United Kingdom. He is an accomplished legal professional with over 20 years of experience.

Aka started his working career in 1996 as an Associate Counsel with Uche Nwokedi & Co (Solicitors), a Lagos-based specialist oil and gas law firm before joining NLNG as Legal Counsel, Technical & Projects in 1999, rising to the position of Senior Counsel Technical & Projects, in which capacity he supported the corporate secretariats of NLNG and Bonny Gas Transport Limited (BGT). Aka was also responsible for delivering legal services to various technical and non-technical business functions within NLNG. Notably, Aka delivered the Gas Supply Agreements (GSA) for NLNG's Trains 3, 4 and 5 and the financing agreements for the NLNGPlus Project. He was also NLNG lead legal counsel for the development of the NLNG Trains 4 & 5 Sales and Purchase Agreements ('SPA') with TFE and Iberdrola and a part of the team that developed the NLNG shipping strategy in 2005.

Aka has held a broad spectrum of management positions in NLNG spanning the Legal, Human Resources and Shipping disciplines. He was the pioneer Human Resources Manager for Career Development and Talent Management and later the Human Resources and Services manager for the Production Division. He has also served as Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of NLNG Ship Management Limited (NSML), a subsidiary of NLNG that provides integrated manning and management services for the BGT-owned fleet of LNG carriers, repositioning the company from loss making to an organization delivering strong performance and sustained profit for the NLNG group.

As General Counsel/Company Secretary of NLNG, he has repositioned the legal function to more proactively anticipate the legal risk in the company's operating environment while protecting, creating, and enhancing stakeholder value.

Aka has strong leadership and motivational attributes with a proven track record in change management and driving organizational efficiency. He has led and delivered several complex assignments notable among which include Fit for 8 organisational effectiveness project, and relocation of NLNG Head Office from Lagos to Port Harcourt, Abuja and Bonny locations within a 90 day window on schedule, within budget and without a safety incident. He is also a dedicated coach and mentor, and has attended several management programmes. Very active in the oil and gas industry, he has been Secretary General of the Nigeria Gas Association (NGA).

General Counsel/Company Secretary
Copyright © Nigeria LNG Limited.