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About Motunrayo Rita Meranda
Motunrayo Rita Meranda has a childlike imaginative abilities with a real life approach to problem solving and meeting clients expectations of expected benefits.
Her skill sets gathered for more than fifteen years transcends industries navigating from Real Estate, Agriculture, Aviation, Infrastructure developments, Business Development, Environmental Management, Capacity Development and Project Management.
Motunrayo Rita Meranda is a Public Administration graduate from the Olabisi Onabanjo University Ago Iwoye Ogun State.
She is a certified member of the International Aviation and Transport Agency (Montreal Canada 2010).
She is also certified in Techno Entrepreneurship (FIRRO 2016).
She is the CEO of Toluwalashe Farms LTD. which is into production of various agricultural products from animal husbandry, Crop production, food processing, Mushroom farming, Bee farming logistics and other areas of Agriculture.
She has a wide range of experience in the mining industries and has traded successfully various solid minerals.
She is a member of the Poultry Association of Nigeria so has wide experience in Birds rearing.
She is a member of the Lagos Chambers of Commerce and Industries.
She is a board of Trustee Member at the Unique women in Agriculture initiative Nigeria.
She is the Vice president Partnership Organization of women in International Trade (OWIT).
She worked as the Personal Assistant to the Nigerian Ambassador to the United States of America; Ambassador Olufemi Ani.
She was the former Head of Business Development at Oasis Football club.
She is currently the CEO of Toluwalashe Tripple Treat which is into production of freshly squeezed juices produced from various fruits and vegetables from Nigeria.
A Real Estate Management and investment consultant: She is currently the CEO of LAMERA LUXE HOMES AND INTERIORS.
The official partner of the Indian Trade Promotion council in NIGERIA.
A graduate of the Academy for women Entrepreneurs.
And an alumni of the US Consulate Nigeria.