Olusegun Mimiko was born on the 3rd of October 1954 and is the fifth civilian governor of Ondo State, Nigeria. The first two-term governor of Ondo State and the first Labour Party governor in Nigeria, Mimiko was previously a federal minister for housing and urban development, a secretary to the Ondo State Government, and a two-time Ondo State Commissioner for Health.
In 1990, Mimiko married Olukemi Mimiko (nee Adeniyi) who studied French language at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife. They have four children.
|St. Joseph’s Primary School Aponmu||Primary school certificate|
|St. Joseph’s College, Ondo||1966-1971|
|Gboluji Grammar School, Ile-Oluji||Higher School Certificate (HSC)||1971 and 1972|
|Medical school, University of Ife|| B.Sc. Health Science Degree
MB; CH.B Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
|Ondo State Health Management Board (General Hospital)||House Officer||1980 and 1981|
|Nigerian Naval College (NNS Onura), Onne, Port Harcourt||1981-1982|
|Medical Officer at Apagun Clinic, Yaba||House Officer||1982|
|Alleluyah Hospital, Oshodi||Acting Medical Director||1983-1984|
|MONA MEDI-CLINICS, Ondo town||Founder /CEO||1985 – present|
Ondo State, Nigeria
25 September 1944
Ondo State, Nigeria
Labour Party (LP)
Honourable Commissioner for Health, Ondo State (now Ondo & Ekiti States) of Nigeria 1992-1993.
Honourable Commissioner for Health Ondo State 1999-2002.
Secretary to the Ondo State Government 2003-2005.
Minister for Housing and Urban Development, Federal Republic of Nigeria 2005-2006.
Governor, Ondo State 2009-2017.
Awards & Honours
At the onset of the Mimiko administration in 2009, national statistics put Ondo State as having a school enrolment record that was the lowest in the southwestern region. The administration invested heavily in the provision of free education, free shuttle buses, the renovation of over 300 schools including the merging of some primary schools which birthed the Caring Heart Mega primary schools, a major overhaul of the secondary and tertiary institutions, and the creation of University of Medical Sciences, Ondo. In 2017, UNICEF scored the state highest in health, child survival, effort on nutrition, sanitation, and education, Country Representative of the UNICEF, Mr. Mohammed Mallick Fall, noted the free shuttle scheme among other developed social protection policies as “resourceful to the actualisation of SDG (Sustainable Development Goal) Vision 2030.”