The child has one intuitive aim: self development

Adigun, Olusegun Lott

Mr. Adigun Olusegun Lott is a Retired Deputy Director of Education. He is a prolific teacher, visual artist, and education evaluator. He was born on the Jos Plateau and attended primary school there. He also attended secondary school in Kwara State. He has a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Degree in Fine Art from the then University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University) Ile Ife.

He attended Abuja School of Accountancy and Computer Studies (Now Dorben Polytechnic) for computer studies. He also attended the University of Abuja for a post-graduate diploma in education. Mr. Adigun, attended numerous courses in the cause of working with the Federal Ministry of Education organized locally, nationally and internationally.

He taught at the Federal Government Girls College, Bwari, and Federal Government College, Kwali, for 29 years. In the two schools, he was a Classroom Teacher, Subject Head, Head of Department, and Examination Officer at various times. He served as the chaplain/Fellowship of Christian Students pioneer patron for the protestant chapel at the Federal Government Girls College, Bwari. In both schools, he was awarded prizes for his positive contribution to the college’s improvements.

In 2017, he was transferred to the Federal Education Quality Assurance Service Department in the Federal Ministry of Education Headquarters. He was trained by FEQAS as Education Evaluator to raise and improve the quality and standard of education and also by the British Council Department for International Development.

He was recognized for his hard work by the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria in 2019 with the “Best Attitude to Work” Award. Also, in the same year, he was nominated for the “National Productivity Merit Award” by the Federal Ministry of Education.

Mr. Adigun believes that every child should, along with regular education, be instilled with practical life skills and entrepreneurial education in this ever-changing and unpredictable world to meet current and future challenges.
Apart from Girl-Child-Education, he recently started taking interest in Boy-Child-Education because of the high rate at which boys are engaged in unimaginable vices and criminalities today.

Mr. Adigun is an easy-going man, approachable, humble, and friendly but down to earth.