Mrs. Victoria Tandoh had her primary education at Corona School, Victoria Island and secondary education at Lagos Anglican Girl’s Grammar School. She proceeded to the Royal Naval School, Haselmere England to do her A’ Levels and then went on to Middlesex University also in England where she bagged a B.Sc. Degree in Geography in 1983.
As a result of her strong desire to teach, she took a Postgraduate Diploma in Education at the University of Lagos and went further on to study for her Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education at the same University. She has taught at the prestigious Queen’s College, Yaba and at the Redeemer’s International Secondary School. She has also taught at the children’s church of the Christ Church parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God.
The proprietress who is happily married, is of children and is blessed with two lovely children, whose stable lifestyle and progress attest to a good upbringing. Mrs. Tandoh’s sound Nigerian and British educational background and her many years of experience working with children are a great advantage in The King’s School. The King’s School is a dream come through and an opportunity to express her excellence, creativity and God fearing principles.
Adedayo is currently in her third year of a four year sandwich course in Business and Management at Aston University, Birmingham, UK. She has a wide range of interests including mentoring students in their first year in the university as a Student Tutor. She has worked as a Nursery Assistant at The King’s School and as a Volunteer at the Heritage Homes Orphanage. She was Vice-President of the Junior Achiever’s Club while in secondary school.
Eme Akenzua, a seasoned entrepreneur with over 18 years of practical business experience, graduated in 1988 from the University of Ibadan where she studied History. Founder of the renowned upscale millinery outfit John 3v3 hats in 1991, Eme successfully grew the company from a cottage industry to a thriving manufacturing, and retail outfit engaging in business with companies in the UK, France, Italy, USA, China, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Ghana, Dubai and South Africa and has been featured in several international media including BBC, CNN and several international magazines. An avid supporter and advocate of the under privileged child, she considers herself privileged to be one of the founding members of the Heritage Homes Orphanage where she has served as its Managing Trustee and Project Coordinator since inception in 2004. She also finds fulfillment in assisting young entrepreneurs and counseling childless couples and often accepts invitations to talk with people in these two categories. She is married with a child.
Dr. Kweku Adedayo Tandoh, a medical doctor by training attended the prestigious Kings College, Lagos for his secondary school education and the University of Lagos for his medical training. An avid sports lover, he is a member of the National Sports Medicine Association and was Medical Officer attached to the under – 21 National Football Team between 1986 and 1987. He was Vice Chairman of the Lagos State Football Association between 1999 and 2004 and Vice Chairman of the Lagos State Badminton Assocation between 1993 and 1994. A former Special Assistant to the DG of the Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation and former Director of Planning, Research and Education at the National Gallery of Art, he is also a Fellow of the Institute of Public Administration of Nigeria and an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, UK.
Seun is presently in his 3rd year of a BA Accounting and course at the University of Sheffield, England. He was President of the African-Caribbean Society in 2010 at Sheffield University. While in secondary school, he was recognised as Best Computer, Sports and Accounting student. He has worked as an Intern at S.I.A.O. (an accounting firm in Nigeria), as a Human Resources Assistant at Sheffield University and as a Promotion and Sales Assistant at Wokmania/Embrace. He loves sports and music.
Pastor Ituah Ighodalo; a Pastor, an Accountant, and a Writer was born in Ibadan on April 6, 1961. He attended the King’s College, Lagos and the International School, University of Ibadan. He obtained a combined honours degree in Economics and Accounting in 1982 from the University of Hull, England.
He is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria and of the Chartered Institute of Taxation. He is also a member of the Nigerian Institute of Management. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the TIMELESS Media Group. He also sits on the board of several charitable foundations and NGOs including the Courage Education Foundation, Eden’s Fields, Lydia Grace Foundation and Heritage Homes amongst others. He is the chairman of Trinity Leadership School and Managing Partner at SIAO (a firm of Chartered Accountants and Management Consultants).
He gave his life to Christ in 1993 and was ordained an Assistant Pastor in the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) in 1995. He has worked as Associate Pastor of Freedom Hall, (later renamed Hope Hall) as well as the City of David Parishes of R.C.C.G. He was also the Senior Pastor of the Christ Church Parish of RCCG for several years. While with the RCCG, he was actively involved in the setting up of international missions, helping to pioneer several RCCG parishes abroad. He is presently the Pastor in Charge of Trinity House, a non-denominational, free flow Christian worship centre and is married to Ibidun Ighodalo, CEO of Elizabeth R, a leading event management company.