Ariyo Oluboye is a new media specialist with interests in photo journalism and digital marketing. He heads the multimedia team at Page 6 Imagery, a team of Photographers, Brand Specialists and Graphic Designers.
He holds a degree in Communications Technology and is a qualified Electrical/Electronics Engineer.
An alumnus of the Orange Academy, Ariyo has attended many leadership programmes.
He also chairs the Board of LEPAN, League of Progressive Ambassadors of Nigeria, a non-governmental organization, which collaborated effectively with other civil society bodies through the #Nottooyoungtorun campaign to influence the passage of a bill at the National Assembly which sought to encourage young Nigerians to run for political offices.
LEPAN also featured prominently in the mobilization and sensitization of youths in the conduct of gubernatorial elections in Anambra State, Nigeria. The polls, largely successful, have been adjudged credible, free and fair.
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