Oluwatoyin Adekoya was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1998.

She started her legal career in the prestigious Prof. A.B. Kasunmu’s Chambers, going on to work with Templars (Barristers & Solicitors) as a result of her desire to further develop her skills as a Solicitor.

In the course of her legal career, she has been privileged to gain invaluable experience in Litigation, Oil & Gas, Telecommunications, Corporate Management and Privatization.

She joined the Management Team of Airtel Limited as the Business Development Manager. She was an integral part in the company’s successful bid for a license to manufacture recharge cards, a hitherto uncharted territory in the Nigerian market.

Toyin went on, with partners, to establish Kilimanjaro Limited. As Chief Operations Officer, she played a pivotal role in the development of the opportunity for the establishment of a restaurant/bar franchise – News Cafe – a company which turned-over over N300 million in its first 4 years of operations.

Most recently, Toyin undertook, as an engaged Consultant, the start-up and firm establishment of Hommaston Limited, a company providing engineering training services in the Nigerian Energy sector. She was responsible for the policy formulations and growth directions of the business.