Our leaders represent distinguished excellence and they encourage it within the firm. Through living Deloitte’s shared values our leaders inspire a talented and positive work environment, allowing us to build on our successes. They’re a key part of what makes Deloitte a place where great people come together to do great work.
Tawanda is a Chartered Accountant and has 25 years of professional experience, with 15 years as a Deloitte partner. He is the current leader for Deloitte in the West and Central Africa region.
He has served as a board member of the Southern African cluster for Deloitte and on the Deloitte Africa board. He is a past president of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Zimbabwe and has served as a member of the Zimbabwe stock exchange monitoring panel.
Tawanda was the CEO of Deloitte Zimbabwe and Malawi for 8 years and served that practice prior to joining Deloitte Nigeria. He is also a member of council for the Pan African Federation of Accountants (PAFA).
He has addressed various investment forums in Washington, London, Johannesburg and Lagos amongst others. He has also led business advisory delegations to the USA on USA Economic policy in Africa.
Augustine is the Audit Leader for Deloitte West Africa.
He is a seasoned Auditor/Consultant with over 20 years of experience in the firm. A fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, He spent many years as a Professional Standard Reviewer in the firm and is currently a global Deloitte Quality Control Reviewer.
Until his appointment as the Audit Leader, He was the Managing Partner of the Port-Harcourt office.
Uche is the Audit Market Leader for Deloitte West Africa.
She is a chartered accountant with over 30 years experience in auditing, accounting, financial advisory services and consulting.
She has led audits in a wide variety of industries and, until recently, served as the partner-in-charge of the quality control function of the firm.
Fatai is the Head of our West Africa Tax Practice.
He is an experienced advisor with over twenty eight years experience in the provision of tax advisory and consulting services to both local and International companies in Nigeria.
Bosede is a Chartered Accountant with over 25 years experience. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) and Lead Partner, Financial Advisory Unit in Deloitte West & Central Africa.
She has led quite a number of business valuations, business plans, due diligence investigations, reporting accountants, capital raising, feasibility studies, enterprise reviews, corporate restructuring, accounting services and other exercises on behalf of the firm, with emphasis on timing and efficiency.
Bose has been involved in an advisory capacity in the current privatisation of the power sector in Nigeria and she has also been the lead partner for several power sector projects in Nigeria.
Joseph is the Functional Leader of the Consulting unit for Deloitte West Africa.
He is a Chartered Accountant and a member of the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) and Society for Human Resources Manager (SHRM). He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and an MBA in Marketing with distinction.
He has over eighteen years experience in consulting, out of which over ten years has been in human capital management and risk management consulting. Prior to his consulting experience, Joseph had 7 years of varied experience covering financial and treasury management as well as audit.
Anthony is the Enterprise Risk Services Leader, Deloitte West Africa. He also doubles as the Human Resources/Talent Leader, Deloitte WeCA. He is a Partner with 15 years experience in assurance and advisory services, internal audit, Sarbanes Oxley Act attestation and readiness, IT internal audit and control assurance.
He has extensive diversified client services experience in auditing, accounting, finance, and consulting.
He participated in Deloitte’s Global Development Program between January 1999 and April 2001 in the commonwealth of The Bahamas.
Oduware is the partner-in-charge of IFRS implementation in Deloitte West Africa. He is a member of the Deloitte IFRS specialist group responsible for Deloitte WeCA providing on-call IFRS technical advice to a number of clients and Deloitte audit teams. He is a regular facilitator at several IFRS seminars and also monitors Deloitte WeCA’s IFRS certification process for the region.
He was the leader of Deloitte WeCA’s technical team that carried out a comprehensive comparison of SAS and IFRS.
His client experience includes successful projects for United Bank for Africa Plc, African Development Bank Group, IFRS implementations for First Bank Nigeria Plc and Skye Bank and the internal audit of the World Bank (Nigeria, Cameroon, Guinea, Togo, Sierra Leone, Republic of Benin, and Ghana).
He is a member of the Roadmap Committee set up by the Federal Government for the implementation of IFRS in Nigeria.
He is a Chartered Accountant and holds an MSc. Finance from the University of Leicester, UK and an MBA from ESUT Nigeria.