An accomplished Journalist and seasoned Public Relations Executive, Mr. Kola Adepoju, FICA is the Acting Head of Directorate of Public Relations, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB). Until his appointment, Adepoju, an Assistant Director of Public Relations, Media and External Relations was the Coordinator of FUNAAB Radio 89.5 FM and a Co-host of the popular interactive live programme of the Station, ‘Boiling Point’.
Before joining FUNAAB as Principal Public Relations Officer, Media and External Relations in 2008, Adepoju, started his professional career in Journalism in 1996 as Grassroot Correspondent, Oke Ogun Community News, Ibadan under the renowned Journalist, Mr. Okiki Abiola.
Thereafter, he became a political reporter with Third Eye Newspapers, Ibadan after Third Eye was rested, Adepoju successively served as Ogun State Bureau Chief of Lagos based The Diet newspapers under the renowned and revered editorship of Mr. Niran Malaolu, the CEO of Rock City FM, Hallmark Magazine under the editorship of Mr. Emeka Obasi and Champion Newspapers under the editorship of Mr. Emma Agu.
He offered credible leadership in his service to Journalism and Public Relations as former Chairman of Correspondents’ Chapel of NUJ during which he moved the Chapel to it first secretariat which was commissioned by the then Governor Gbenga Daniel of Ogun State.
Adepoju also made his impact felt in Nigeria Institute of Public Relations (NIPR), Ogun State Chapter, where he served in the executive as the Chapter’s Public Relations Executive (PRO of PROs) under the Chairmanship of Mr. Femi Dokunmu.
Adepoju, a Fellow of Institute of Corporate Administration of Nigeria (FICA), is currently the Public Relations Officer of African Projects Against Suicide (APAS), Ogun State Chapter.
The Iganna, Oke Ogun, Oyo North born professional also served as Personal Assistant on Media to Senator Iyabo Obasanjo-Bello and Media Consultant to former Chairman of Ewekoro Local Government, Alhaji Isikilu Makinde.
MPA, B.A. English, Dip. Journalism