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Sunday Kolawole Omotayo

Impact Generation Teens to Adult Initiatives, Lagos, Nigeria

Sunday Kolawole Omotayo

Sunday Kolawole Omotayo, BSc, MPH
Chairman, Impact Generation Teens to Adult Initiatives, Lagos, Nigeria

I was born on the 31st of October, 1982. I graduated from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife with a First Class Honours in Microbiology in 2006. During that time I worked with the Community Health Research Team(O.A.U.T.H.C.), Ile Ife, Osun State in conjunction with John Hopkins University on sexual and reproductive health survey in rural areas of Ife North Local Government, Osun State, Nigeria in 2005. I had my Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from the same university, where I volunteered as a research executive with Campus Health and Right Initiatives between 2010 and 2014. I recently applied for a PhD degree program in public health, Obafemi Awolowo University. I am an Epidemiology Specialist with extensive knowledge and experience in monitoring and evaluation, public health research, training, and capacity building in public health and nutrition programs.

My passion is advocacy for health and the improvement of its services for the vulnerable, most especially those that attract little or no attention from the public in the rural areas of the developing world. I am currently the chairman of Impact Generation Teens-to-Adult Initiative, a non governmental organization (NGO) registered in Nigeria that is committed to the development of teenagers and young adults into a generation of fulfilled men and women in all spares of life. Presently, our engagements with the teenagers in Lagos, Ogun and Ondo States, South Western Nigeria include sex education and enlightenment on emerging sexual and reproductive health challenges faced by teenagers, among other life-shaping challenges. In addition to Yoruba, I also speak Hausa language with a remarkable flair.


  • Afolabi Olusegun T, Onipede Anthony O, Omotayo Sunday K, Oluyede Christiana O, Olajide Folakemi O, Oyelese Adesola O and Olawande Oluwatoyosi. (2011) . Hospital Acquired Infection in Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital, Ile-Ife, Southwest, Nigeria: A Ten Year Review (2000-2009). Sierra Leone Journal of Biomedical Research. Vol. 3(2) pp. 110-115
  • Afolabi Olusegun T, Olajide Folukemi O, Omotayo Sunday K. Assessment of Safety Practices in Filling Stations in Ile Ife, South Western Nigeria. Journal of Community Medicine And Primary Health Care Vol.23, Nos1&2, Mar/Sept 2011