• Hope Nworah – Nigerian Institute For Industrial Security
  • Dame, Chief Victoria, Omonigho Ekhomu – CPP PFSO, MPA, FNIIS, FISN
  • Amb. Mr. Okhidievbie Oamien Roy – Group CEO, August Eye Ltd
  • Okpako Imarah – The Executive Chairman, Loss Prevention Services Limited
  • Major General Ohifeme Ejemai – GSS, CM, FCM, GOM, CPP, Msyl, MNIM, Msc
  • Dr. Okoroafor Comfort Odu – Ph.D,  FIMLSCN, MISPON, MNISCN, MFCMI, FOSHA



 Hope Nworah

Representing the Nigerian Institute For Industrial Security, Hope has more than 10 years work experience as a supervisor. Worked for Technip off shore Nigeria As a Sr. Supervisor
Supporting the Security Manager in developing and managing a team of security personnel for offering excellent service to customers. Certified security specialist, Certified Security Supervision and Management, Certified Protection Officers. (C P O).  Diploma in Security Studies, School Of Management and Security , History and International Studies and studied at Lagos State University BA.

Dame, Chief Victoria, Omonigho Ekhomu

Dame, Chief Victoria Omonigho Ekhomu was born December 18, 1958 in Igueben, Edo State.Nigeria. She is the Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer of Trans-World Security Systems Ltd, Lagos-based asset protection company. Mrs. Ekhomu is also the Executive Vice President of the School of Management and Security. She is a member of the Board of Trustees of ASIS Foundation Inc. She has recently held the positions of Chairman of Africa Advisory Council, Senior Regional Vice President, Regional Vice President and Assistant Regional Vice President of ASIS International — the world’s largest professional security body.

AMB. Mr. Okhidievbie Oamien Roy

Member of the security professional body with over 25 year’s military, graduate and Professional experience. He served in the Nigerian Army for close to fifteen years with core Army Special Forces Deployment / Combat experience, before his voluntary retirement. He has worked for other security organizations at management levels, his professional activities can be said to cut across all security disciplines in the Maritime, Hospitality, Construction Industries, and etcetera. After his experiences in paid employment, he Co-founded the August Eye Group Ltd.

Okpako Imarah

The Executive Chairman, Loss Prevention Services Limited- A Security Outfit guided by the understanding that existence of any organization depends on the safety of its Assets. Founder and National Coordinator, Association of Heads of Security of Tertiary Institutions (AHSOTI)-Re-engineering Security Strategies in Tertiary Institutions to meet current and future challenges. He is also the Chairman of Eagles Eye Concept- Mass Communication Sub-set measuring in Event Management, Entertainment, Advertising, Modeling and Branding. The Co-founder of, Cryptogram Capacity Concept- Empowering Security Professionals in the application of code and cipher in Business Secret Management. A retired Member of the Nigeria Intelligence Community, Member, Institute of Security of Nigeria (ISN), Special Adviser- Man O’War Nigeria and a consultant for Security and Safety Matters.

Major General Ohifeme Ejemai

Ohifeme (Ohis) Ejemai is the founder and Principal Partner of Wainwright Security Consults. He has military experience that spans over 30 years and rose to the rank of Major General and his experience cuts across command, instruction and staff appointments at tactical, operational and strategic levels. He participated actively in the ECOWAS Intervention Force operations in the Liberian crisis (1990-1994), the counter terrorism/insurgency operations in various parts of Nigeria and the United Nations Verification Mission in Angola 1997. He was the pioneer head of the Office of Transformation in the Nigerian Army. He was Chief of Staff at the Headquarters 1 Division Kaduna as well as a Directing Staff and Chief Instructor at the Armed Forces Command and Staff College.  He was a Deputy Director Peace Keeping Operations at the Defence Headquarters, which was the epicenter of peacekeeping activities of the Armed Forces of Nigeria.

Ohifeme Ejemai is a Member of Security Institute of London (Msyl) and Nigerian Institute of Management. He is a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and has been a member of American Society of Industrial Security for 10 years. He retired last year into security consultancy services. His areas of specialization are Security Risk Management, Counter Terrorism, Post Conflict Management, Security Awareness, Force Management Leadership Capacity Building and National Critical Infrastructure Protection.

Dr. Okoroafor Comfort Odu

Dr. Okoroafor Comfort Odu is a Safety Professional, a Chemical Pathologist, holds Ph.D in Clinical Counseling. An HIV and AIDS Specialist, A Consultant and Head of Occupational Health and Safety Division, a Director FMLE with 29 years of work experience with proven track records in Occupational Safety and Health (OSH). She discovered 28 cases of LEAD POISON as an Inspector of Factories in Nigeria. A member of the committee that researched and recommended the BAN on “THE USE OF ASBESTOS” in Nigeria. She is a Lead Auditor for NSITF – NECA SAFE WORKPLACE. Intervention Project (SWIP) 2018. She monitors Compliance and Enforcement of the National Occupational Safety and health (OSH) Policies and Legislation and Development of National Safety and Health Prevention Culture and leading in Advisory services to workers in specialized industries.

Dr. Okoroafor Comfort is an Alumini of University College Hospital, Ibadan. She belongs to many professional bodies and has undertaken several ILO Training on Occupational Safety and Health Management in Nigeria and Internationally.  A Fellow of OSHAssociation UK – Nigeria Region, a member of International Aids Society (IAS), National Safety Council of Nigeria (NISCN), Institute of Safety  Professionals of Nigeria (ISPON), IPAI (USA), Fellow of the Institute of Medical Laboratory Scientist of Nigeria (FIMLSCN), Member, International Fellowship of Christian Believers IFCB (USA). Dr. Okoroafor Comfort desires to promote a preventive Safety and Health Culture and to sustain reduction of work related accidents and diseases and to impact the world positively on best practices in OSH.