Stephanie Nnadi is the founder and the CEO of KS2 Events Limited, one of the companies she established in 2014 to organize, promote tourism and events in the entertainment industry. Her passion for KS2 Choir Festival is to revive choral act and promote domestic tourism in Nigeria, this burning passion was birthed when she first saw the movie “sister Act” how troublesome Whoopi Goldberg turned the convent choir into vibrant and soulful act that gained widespread attention was inspiring. In addition she enjoys group performances.

She had over 10 years working stint with several organizations in Nigeria and made representations overseas, she was appointed by Delta State Government as consultant for the four State Independent Power Generation and Energy Development Programme in Delta State and worked briefly with the Federal Ministry of Internal Affairs, Slovakia Embassy Abuja and was part of the team that organized, the Nigerian Broadcasters Awards (NIBRA). She is currently the country representative of Damac Properties, Dubai and Dollars and Dreams, Ghana. In addition, she speaks English and Spanish and has attended several conferences, seminars and training overseas.

Academically, Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Language from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka and proceeded to study language in Spain.

She enjoys traveling, reading and above all a lover of table tennis and a player.


Anthony Okede, Project Director of KS2 Events Limited, is an accountant by profession with over 22 years working experience, he is a trained and skilled financial professional in tax and financial management. He worked with Lisabej Services, Neka Igbokwe & Co., Tunji Ijaola & Co. and Olaleye Olaniyi & Co.

Until recently, he was at Solsan Communications Ventures Limited where he had responsibilities for management function and also doubled as the Human Resources Administrator. Solsan Communications is an international company with operations in South Africa and Nigeria. Prior to this, he held several management positions at Associated Communications Technology, Finance Manager, Business Development Manager, Perosard Nigeria Limited and Platicom Limited. In 2009 got the franchise to distribute Ewcop Communications (Pty), Telematic Systems from South Africa. He also consulted for some organizations on tax matters, risk management and project management. He is a director at 2Glowing Sunset Limited.

He is a student member of, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) and holder of ATSWA from ICAN. He has attended several conferences and workshops overseas, he also holds a diploma in Banking and Finance.


Festus Ndukuba Adekwe, Is a young dynamic individual with clear, logical mind and practical approach to problem solving. He is a responsible intelligent with an extensive background in project management. A member of institute of chartered accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) and member chartered Institute of personnel management (CIPM), he has attended many leadership training both in Nigeria and Overseas.

Over 18 years of work experience in various capacities, he worked with Lisabej Services (Tax Management), ACT Networks, Nicell Network Solutions Nigeria, Ifendu & Jones Associates (South Africa) and Millennium Logistic Services (London).


Osita Clement Nweke is a broadcaster and journalist, he holds a B.SC Political Science from University of Lagos and Masters in Mass Communication from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He is a member of Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ) and Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON). His working career began in 1981 at the Anambra Television Channel 50 as features editor and went through the ranks to Director in News and Current Affairs Department of the service.

In 1996 he became the Executive Secretary, Broadcasting Organizations of Nigeria (BON), a position he held for 15 years, while in this position, he served as member of several institutions such as; Administrative Secretary, Nigerian Elections Debate Group (NEDG) and Board Member National Orientation Agency (NOA).

He has contributed to the development of Nigeria Broadcasting industry and published two books in 2004 and 2007 titled “Contemporary Broadcasting Icons and Pioneers In Nigeria-Emerging Trends in Broadcasting Since Deregulation” and “ECOWAS: There Decades of Enduring Legacies in the West African Sub-region including profiles of ECOWAS Past Leaders”. He is widely traveled and has attended several seminars and workshops locally and overseas. In addition, he was a member of the delegation that negotiated the acquisition of broadcast rights for the English Premier League 2007 – 2010 and broadcast rights for 2010 World Cup for Nigeria Territory.

He is currently a Lecturer/Resource Person at the International Institution of Journalism, Abuja as well as a marketing consultant.


Justina Nnadi is a versatile, creative, result driven and a team leader, she holds Higher National Diploma (HND) in Maritime Transport and Business Management from the Maritime Academy of Nigeria Oron in Akwa Ibom State and she worked with the Nigerian Ports Authority under harbour department between 2006 and 2009 before going on sabbatical to develop herself in business and project management. She has worked in the following capacities as Health and Safety Environment Officer (HSE), Administrator and Public Relations Manager. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport, while at Maritime Academy she received certification for the mandatory trainings and went for other trainings and seminars.

She is currently working with KS2 Events Ltd., as an Executive Assistant.  Her hubbies are traveling, listening to music, reading and playing table tennis.