Honour For Tolulope Agbeyo


Honour For Tolulope Agbeyo
Without a doubt, Tolulope Agbeyo, the founder and CEO of Botosoft Technologies, is becoming a pacesetter in the sector, where he operates.
Those who have been following his stories with keen interest in the past years are quick to say that he has taken after his father, a philanthropist and consummate entrepreneur, Dr. Tope Agbeyo, Chairman, Cornfield Group.
It is a fact that his brilliance and industry, rather than his father’s fame, have taken him thus far.
Consequently, in recognition of his outstanding contributions to enterprise development and innovation on the continent, he has been recognised at home and abroad.
Indeed, as proof of his brilliance, professionalism and strides in the industry, Tolulope, who holds a master’s degree in Innovations, Entrepreneurship and Management from the Imperial College, London, was recently announced as one of the honorees of the Most Influential People of African Descent, (MIPAD) Class of 2018.
MIPAD is a unique global list that identifies, in total, 200 outstanding individuals under 40, with 100 in Africa and 100 outside Africa in the Diaspora.
The initiative is essentially keyed into building a progressive network of civil society actors to come together and support the implementation of the International Decade for People of African Descent, 2015 -2024, as proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly Resolution 68/237.
Tolulope, who also sits on the board of Cornfield Group and Media Concepts gained this recognition, having been identified as a high achiever of African descent in the private sector.
This latest feat didn’t happen by accident; he is a man with consistent penchant for carving a niche market for his business.
He has a long history of highly effective service delivery and providing value-added products and services. He recently opened another office in Nairobi, Kenya for his Botosoft Technologies, an award-winning security solutions company.