Our business is led and managed by individuals with the core skills and competencies to deliver on the ambitions of AIP BOESS as determined by its equity partners and stakeholders.
Ambassador Jonathan Oluwole Coker OON
Ambassador Coker has over three decades in the meritorious service with The Foreign Service of Nigeria. One of Nigeria’s most decorated diplomats, he served as Ambassador to Cote D’Ivoir, Mongolia, Vietnam and China. He also represented his country at the United Nations Office in Geneva, Switzerland.
A multi-linguist and consummate adviser and leader, Ambassador Coker is an Officer of the Order of the Niger amongst other international honours and recognitions.
He Chairs a number of Boards and AIP BOESS is proud to have his counsel and guidance as Chairman.
Zarah Sallah was invited to support our business as a Non-Executive Director at AIP BOESS in December 2015, and has played a crucial role in expanding AIP BOESS’s interest in the West African region.
Zarah's continues to bring our business plans and ambitions to life through her immense contacts in Africa and the Middle East. She adds value to our trading business and investment opportunities with prospective stakeholders and partners.
Zarah Sallah’s experience in business and global diplomacy is immense. She has worked extensively in Africa and the Middle East. She is also currently the Managing Director of Foods and Organics Trading a farm and foods business based in The Gambia, United Kingdom and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Michael O. Kadiri
Michael founded and became Managing Director of AIP BOESS Ltd in April 2010.
He leads an impressive team tasked with the mandate of hitting ambitious commercial targets and the attendant positive social impact the company will have in the communities it operates in.
Michael has a strong background in Sales, Marketing and Brand Management and has worked within the Pharma Industry in England and in International trade.
He holds an Economics degree from University of Leicester and a Post Graduate degree in Computer Sciences from University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
He is married with children and has a keen interest in Sports and Politics.
Titilola O. Ijimakinwa
Titi was invited to serve as an Executive Director of AIP BOESS in February 2016.
She is responsible for the integration and positioning of the organization as a key player within the socio-agro economic landscape in Nigeria. Titi also leads our Consulting practice where she generates platforms to support our vision to write ‘a new African story on Agriculture’.
Titi has developed her skills as an ideas generator and business liaison executive in corporate business marketing, merchandising and human resource training.
She is a post-graduate level degree holder of the University of Lagos, Nigeria and also a keen scholar and teacher of God’s word.
Head, Legal, Compliance, Public & Regulatory Affairs.
Mrs. Ohuoba is tasked with identifying and preparing the group to meet internal and external operational and legal standards and compliance. Working with external legal counsel, she is also responsible for making sure that the group is legally guarded.
Philomena was called to the Nigerian Bar In December 1983. She started her working career soon after with the law firm Okey Owhonda & Co. based in Port Harcourt. She has successfully undertaken several assignments in the private and public sectors including stints at Computech (One of Nigeria’s first ICT companies) and more recently at AMCON as an AMP.
Philomena has continued to educate herself, taking courses locally and internationally and recently completed a Compliance and Money Laudering course in Canada.
She is married with children.