Kunle Oguneye was born and raised in Nigeria. He graduated from Valparaiso University in Indiana with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, and did his MBA work at Drake. He combines computers and technology with a his passion for story-telling.
While working in technology he founded a nonprofit organization, Digital Aid Inc., which donated over 540 computers to schools in Africa. Sikulu and Harambe by the Zambezi River: An African version of the Good Samaritan Story is his first book.
What they’re saying about Kunle Oguneye …
“Kunle is cut from the fabric of Prime Ministers. His integrity and desire to better situations is unsurpassed. I was associated with him for several years while he was collecting computers to bring to schools in Nigeria.” Dustin Thostenson, Technical Mentor Trainer, ITAGroup
“I have found him to be a consummate professional with the excellent ability to articulate the technically issues so that others can understand and take action.” Alf Farnham, Alltel
“He has a keen eye for presentation and content and did an incredible job blending nonfiction material with the folktale.” Terry Doherty, The Reading Tub
Stan Emert: “Rainmakers welcomes Kunle to our advisory group. He has a perspective on development and accomplishment that is a great help.”
For more information, see www.sikulu.com.