Aflon’s Chairman and Managing Director is Dr. Akin FAPOHUNDA. An alumnus of Ilesa Grammar School (1965 to 1970), University of Ibadan (1972-1975 and 1983-1986) and the University of Wisconsin at Madison (1978-1980); he served variously at the Federal Ministry of Agriculture (1976-1988), the Raw Materials Research & Development Council (1989-1991), the Director; Planning Research & Data Bank: National Agricultural Land Development Authority(1992-1999) and finally as the Director; Space Science Office in the Office of the Secretary to the Federal Government of the Federation, from where he Voluntarily Retired in December, 2000

Dr. Fapohunda is a Visiting Senior Lecturer in Multimedia Technology and Digital Image Processing at Bingham University, Karu, Abuja; and an IT Adviser to the Planning Group of Elizade University, Ilara-Mokin, Ondo State. Since September 2009 to date, he has been the IT Examination Consultant to the Office of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation (OHCSF) for the Selection and Appointment of Permanent Secretaries from among Directors. He has thus been part of the processes for the selection and appointment all currently serving Permanent Secretaries in the Federal Public Service, at Abuja.

of the Technical Working Group (TWG) for the Development of the National Integrated Infrastructure Master Plan (NIIMP), 2014 to 2044 for Nigeria. He was subsequently elected as the Coordinator of the ICT Sub-Panel.

He was first elected in 2009 and re-elected in 2011 as the representative of the Nigerian Computer Society (NCS) into the Computer Professionals (Registration Council of Nigeria); where he is the Chairman of the Committee to fast track the review of the IT Curriculum at all levels of the Nigerian educational system. Dr Akin Fapohunda was in December, 2013 elected a Professional Fellow of the Nigeria Computer Society.



Adebowale Micheal was born into the family of Mr and Mrs Adebowale in Port-Harcourt, Rivers State in the year 1979. He attended Owa Obokun High School Ilesa from 1992 to 1997; Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso, Oyo State from 2000 to 2006, graduating with  B.Tech. Honours in Chemical Engineering; the University of Maiduguri with Certificate of Proficiency in Management (Graduate Member, Nigeria Institute of Management) 2008; PGDE 2014.

He served as a Mathematics teacher in Ibn Fatuwa Islamic Government Science School, Monguno Local Government, Borno State, 2008; He worked as a Mathematics and Further Mathematics teacher at Maiduguri Innovative School, Borno State from 2008 t0 2009. He joined International Breweries Plc, Osun State as an Assistant Warehouse Supervisor, 2009. He worked as a mathematics teacher at Eternal King School, Alakuko, Lagos State 2009. He was the pioneer Principal of Assembly of His Glory Schools, Ajah, Eti Osa Local Government, Lagos from 2009 to 2011. He joined Oando Plc as Abuja Warehouse Supervisor from 2011 to 2012.

Mr. ADEBOWALE has undergone several training and workshops on education: Macmillan 2011 Workshop for Teachers; Longman Workshop for Principals (2011); UPL Training and Workshop for Teachers (2011) and Computer Appreciation Training (2008). And he has been an examiner with WAEC and NECO.

He was employed by the Management of Aflon Digital Academy on February 2013 as Mathematics and Further Mathematics teacher. He is currently the Principal.

He has creative vision for rapid growth, imparting knowledge into the students especially in science subjects, he is good at sport. Also, he likes reading and making friends.

He says working in Aflon Digital Academy gives him the opportunity to explore creativity and learn more in life.



Bassey AKPAN hails from Eket Local Government Area of Akwa-Ibom State.
She attended St George’s Primary School, Zaria, Kaduna State; the Zaria Teacher’s College, Zaria and the University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration.
Mrs AKPAN worked with Bertola Machine Tools Ltd, and Foundation Finance and Investment Ltd, both in Lagos. On moving to Abuja, she was on the staff of Funtaj International School, Kuje, from where she joined Aflon Digital Academy in March 2015.


Mr Emmerson OBASI

Mr Obasi is an enigmatic personality with a history that screams “never give up”. From Abia state, Ebasi Obasi had to stop his education after primary school to learn a trade. However because of a strong determination, he went ahead to register for a correspondence program with the rapid response college London where he obtained his O level certificate. His doggedness saw him scale through his A level then known as HSC and he studied Economics from the Punjab University in India. He obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) from the Usman Dan Fodio University, He has experience in media and education spanning close to 35 years. 

He has been with AFLON since the inception of the Secondary school arm and has been involved in developing academic programs to bring up the total child and supervision of members of staff.

He has been able to transmit the same doggedness that has brought him to where he is in life into AFLON students.  He won the Award of best teacher in Aflon Digital Academy, 2013.


Mrs. Shola AFOLABI

I am Afolabi Saadat Shola, I was born on 25 th February in Ilorin East Local
Government Area of Ilorin, Kwara State Nigeria. I speak English and Yoruba, I have
NCE, B.Ed, M.Ed in view. I am an intelligent, strong, beautiful, and easy going
person. I am the school counselor.

My professional strength is in excellent listening and communication skills, ability to develop a non-judgmental approach, resilience, patience and humility and a
genuine interest in others.

My vision is to obtain a PHD in counseling education and become a professor in the same field. My aim is to contribute
positively and successfully to the educational, personal/social and career
development of all students. My goal is to help students, develop skills, to work
to their fullest potential and prepare all students to be lifelong learners.


We want students at Aflon to learn, to lead and to make a difference




At Aflon Academy we recognize that children learn and develop in their own way and at their own pace and encourage them to work toward independence and self-motivation. Through the use of the five traditional Aflon Curriculums, we teach appreciation and responsibility for the environment, a sense of cooperation, and respect for others. Children are provided with a wide range of meaningful experiences that empower them to explore their world. We help children gradually expand their knowledge and skills as they grow into confident, self-directed individuals.

Aflon Academy is dedicated to keeping a close relationship with our students and their families. Much of our success is attributed to valuable relationships between staff, students and parents. Collectively, we work towards one important goal, the 

enrichment of a pure Aflon Academy education for your child.




Our aim is that all students should fulfil their potential and leave the School with a love of learning. Our staff are highly qualified specialists in their subjects and their own academic aspirations in turn encourage boys to develop their creative, intellectual and physical skills.

The teaching environment provides both challenge and enjoyment. It is designed to support individual talents and ambitions and helps the students to grow in their understanding of the world.

We teach our boys and girls the value of constructive questioning and analysis, and give them the tools with which to interrogate the world and to form their own ideas and opinions, as well as appreciating and respecting those of others.

  • Creative thought
  • Critical thinking and enquiry
  • Problem solving
  • Research skills
  • Intellectual curiosity
  • An ability to challenge preconceptions and to think outside the box




Aflon Digital Institute prides itself on getting its students ready for the working world. 94% of employers revealed that they are either satisfied or very satisfied after hiring graduates from the institution, making Aflon Digital Institute a good remark  in Nigeria for employer satisfaction.

Using work placements, co-op education, and various interactive teaching methods, it is a champion in experiential learning and works directly with employers to make sure students can network effectively and develop in a professional manner throughout their studies.


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