Engr. Oluseye Olugbemiga MAKU

Engr. Oluseye Olugbemiga MAKU

Engr. Oluseye Olugbemiga MAKU was born on 19th April, 1963. He graduated from the University of Benin, Nigeria in the year 1988 with B. ENG Chemical Engineering. In furtherance of his education pursuit, he had Advanced Course Certificate in Water Supply Management and Loss Reduction in pipeline network at CDG, Germany in the year 1997. He later had his Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Computer Science at the University of Agriculture Abeokuta in the year 2002.

 He started work with Ogun State Water Corporation as a Quality Control Officer from 1991-1996. He became a Senior Engineer from 1996 to 1999. He later became the Area Manager, Ota from 1999 to 2001. He was posted back to Headquarters as Head of Engineering (Maintenance) from 2001 to 2008 and later became the Assistant General Manager (Mechanical & Electrical). With the responsibilities covering; Operations and Maintenance of existing surface and borehole water supply schemes, rehabilitation, design and modification of Water Supply Plants and Equipment.

He was between October 2009 to September 2011 the pioneer Business Manager for Abeokuta in an Internally Delegated Performance Management System with the responsibilities of improving the capacity utilization at the treatment plant, reduction in Non-Revenue-Water, improving the Billing, Collection and Operational efficiencies within Abeokuta Water Supply Area.

He was in September 2011 appointed the Head of the Project Implementation Unit of the National Urban Water Supply Sector Reform Project. The project was funded by the World Bank with the aim of increasing the population served with potable water in Ogun State, improving operational efficiencies and cost recovery in Water Supply Systems. The project  entails; Rehabilitation and Network Expansion, PPP development, Policy Reform and Institutional development. The project covered Abeokuta, Ijebu-Ode, Sagamu, Ijebu-Igbo, Ogere and Papalanto/Ifo water supply.

He is currently the Project Coordinator of the Ogun Urban Water Supply Project funded by the French Development Agency with the aim of improving the water supply performance efficiencies in Abeokuta and the Water Sector Governance in Ogun State.

He is happily married with children.