Mr Olalekan Olayinka holds a Bachelor degree of Science in Accounting and Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University Ife, he is a chartered accountant and a full-time Lecturer in the School of Management and Social Sciences. He holds an M.sc in Accounting from Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye. He is an Associate member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria and Nigerian Institute of Management (AMNIM). He has worked in Audit firms, companies and banking industry for some years.
Prior to joining PAU, Olalekan was an assistant lecturer in the Faculty of Social and Management Sciences, Southwestern University, Okun-owa, Ogun state. He has over one decade of professional experience, having worked as an Audit Senior, Accountant, Operations/Relationship Manager in banks, Payroll Software consultant in companies/institutions including Oluwole Ojeyinka & Co Chartered Accountants, Toyota Nigeria Limited, Marina International Bank (now part of Access Bank), Pacific Bank Limited( now part of Unity Bank group),United Bank for Africa Plc and Zellence Nigeria Limited before joining Southwestern University.
He is currently running a PhD programme in accounting at Babcock University, Ilisan-Remo, Nigeria. Research interest – Taxation and Financial Reporting.
Adeniyi A. Alao, Moshood O. Sadiq, Hassan A.Moshood and Lekan Olayinka (2015), Nigerian Tax System and Policy Defectiveness : How Relevant is Warren Buffett Theory? Research Journal of Finance and Accounting. Volume 6(20).
Olayinka O. M. (2018).Impact of Tax Administration on Economic Growth:Evidence from Nigeria, International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science. Vol 2(7).
Onafowokan O. O., & Olayinka O. M. (2018).Tax Compliance and Government Revenue Growth in Nigeria. Lapai International Journal of Administration.Vol 1(2).
Olayinka, O.M., (2019). “Input Costs and Profitability of selected Manufacturing Companies in Nigeria” at the International Conference of Accounting and Business, sponsored by the School of Accounting, University of Johannesburg, July 30—31, 2019 at Auckland Park, Johannesburg, South Africa.