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Adetokunboh Olubunmi Akingba was born on the 12th of May1969 at Ilorin, Kwara State. She attended Township Primary School, Jos where she obtained her First School Leaving Certificate. She also attended Hill Crest School, Jos, but left after the sixth grade to finish her Secondary education at the Federal Government Girls’ Secondary School, Dutse, FCT where she obtained her West African School Certificate.

She gained admission into the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria where she bagged a BSc. Degree in Human Anatomy after which she performed her Youth Service in Akwa Ibom State. 

Adetokunboh Akingba began her career in the Public Service in 1999 as an Administrative Office II G. L. 08, and was deployed to the Ministry of Transportation. Her leadership abilities soon showed and she was deployed to the Lagos State Drivers’ Institute as Senior Administrative Officer where she was made the Head of the Ikeja Center.  After which she was posted to the Ministry of Transportation as Principal Administrative Officer where she worked as Personal Assistant to the Permanent Secretary and Secretary to the Committee for the Removal of Abandoned Vehicles. 

As Chief Administrative Officer, she was deployed to the Office of Establishments and Training to head the Central Records Unit, then later she was internally posted to head the Oracle HR Unit of the Office. Because of her effective performance, she was head hunted for as the post of Head of Unit of the Oracle HR Unit of the Office of the Head of Service. She was posted to the Judicial Service commission  before her deployment as Assistant Director, A&HR, to the Speech Writing Department of the Office of the Chief of Staff in January, 2022. She became Deputy Director/Head of the Speech Writing Department in May 2024. Professionally, Adetokunboh Akingba is an Associate member, Nigeria Institute of Training and Development, Associate member, Chartered Institute of Personnel Management and Associate member, Institute of Public Administrators of Nigeria

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