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Optimal College Abuja

Great opportunity to invest in one of the first sustainability inspired schools with a unique business model and experienced management team

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Education
  • Location Nguru Close, Abuja, FCT, Nigeria
  • Currency USD
  • Founded March 2013
  • Employees 3

Company Summary

We plan to combine the successful elements of a traditional education with a forward-thinking approach to educating girls and boys from the ages of 11 to 17. In so doing, our aim is to provide a diverse and collaborative learning environment in which students can reach their full potential. We have assembled a demonstrably unique structure and aim to provide the best quality of education available in the country at a very competitive price.


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    Anthony Okewole

    Mr Okewole completed his primary and secondary school
    education in Nigeria and went to Bethany Christian
    Academy in Jos, Plateau State. He then graduated from
    the University of Glamorgan in the UK with an Honours
    degree in Accounting and Finance. Since then, he has
    worked in several positions mainly in Consumer Goods
    organisations starting from Coty UK Ltd (a Reckitt
    Benckiser subsidiary) where he worked as a Financial
    Analyst. He then jo

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    Oyenike Okewole

    Mrs Okewole is the chairman of Optimal College. She
    attended Advanced Teachers College, Kano Nigeria where
    she attained an NCE (Nigerian Certificate in Education)
    qualification in 1975 specialising in Mathematics/Physics.
    In 1980, she attended Ahmadu Bello University where she
    read for a degree in Mathematics/Education (B. Ed) and
    completed a Masters degree in Curriculum math (M. Ed)
    at University of Jos, Plateau State in 1996. Her teachin

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    Thomas De Douhet

    Thomas de DOUHET was born in 1970 in Lyon, France.
    After some studies in History and Geography at the
    University of Lyon, he worked as an educationist in
    different countries. He has taught in a Montessori school
    in India, and served as a French Teachers’ trainer in
    Jos, Plateau State. He was then posted to Kaduna as a
    Linguistic and Educational Attaché for the embassy of
    France, covering the North of Nigeria.
    In 1999 he was the director o