Victor Adediji

Victor Adediji


Adediji, a goal getter is a graduate of Civil Engineering and presently The Managing Director and founder of ADVAD LIMITED. Before joining ADVAD LIMITED in 2009, Adediji had worked for over fourteen years in Negris Limited where he started  his career as a Civil Supervisor and rose to Senior Manager in the company. While in Negris, he was involved in supervising multimillion-dollar projects in the power, oil and gas sector.

These project include 15MW first phase and 10MW expansion of Shell Central Power Plant that powers the Industrial and Residential Areas in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, 30MW Power Plant for Shell Petroleum Development Company, Bonny Terminal, Bonny, Rivers State, first phase 30MW Rivers State Trans Amadi Power Plant, Port Harcourt, 6MW phase II Lekki Electrical Power System Upgrade (LEPSU II) for Chevron Nigeria Limited, Lekki, Lagos, first phase 10MW Island Power Plant Project, Marina Lagos.

ADVAD LIMITED under his management has been involved in several outstanding power projects including refurbishment of 7.6MW MWM diesel generating sets in Akute Water Works, Lagos State, 8.5MW PIPP LVI Genco’s Power Plant in Lekki, 3.8MW Ilupeju Power Plant, 5MW Lisabi Power Plant, 4MW Sapio Utilities Power Plant, Various power project feasibility Studies/Technical Advisory.

Adediji has worked as Consultants for international bodies like United Kingdom Agency for International Development (UKAID) Department for Infrastructure Development (DFID) through Nigeria Infrastructure Advisory Facility (NIAF) and Policy Development Facility (PDF II). He has also worked as consultant for United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through Power Africa Nigeria.

He is the Project Manager that managed the first Phase of the Rural Electrification Agency’s Energizing Education Project Programme which consists of seven solar hybrid power plants within seven Federal Universities and two gas fired plants in two Federal Universities with one Teaching Hospital. The nine power plants cut across the six (6) geo-political zones of Nigeria which is been funded exclusively by the Federal Government of Nigeria.