Uchenna Paul Kelechi is an Environmental Engineer, and an Information and Data Consultant. He is the managing director of Kelfin-Kian Integrated Services Nigeria limited.
Kelechi went to the prestigious Kings College Lagos, holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering from the University of Port Harcourt and Master’s Degree in Environmental Engineering from Cyprus International University, Nicosia, North Cyprus.
Prior to running his own companies, Kelechi worked in the oil and Gas sector as a Planner for IGPES (Inter Global Procurement and Engineering Services from 2013 to 2014 where he executed large EPIC projects for IGPES, for example; the Amukpe Gas Compressor station, Sapele for Seplat.
In 2015 he joined Shelf Drilling Offshore Services Nigeria Limited as a marine operations engineer on the Adriatic 1 got promoted to Drilling Operations engineer, and finally left shelf drilling to play the role of managing director in Kelfin-Kian integrated services Nigeria limited.
Kelechi is a hardworking and creative young man that is committed to achieving great feats in the oil and gas industry in Nigeria, and Africa. He is smart, energetic, creative and an innovator of the future.


Obianuju Uchenna (Master of International Relations and Development) is the Corporate Director of Kelfin-Kian Integrated Services Nigeria Limited, prior to this she was Vice President at Avery Row where she coordinated and managed debt, equity, and derivative transactions.
She has significant experience in the banking industry and spent a number of years working at Goldman Sachs as an Investment Banker in their London office’s Equity Derivatives desk, where she was focused on emerging markets.
Prior to working at Avery Row, Obianuju was a Senior Consultant at Dalberg Global Development Advisors, based in their Lagos office. There, she provided strategic advice to organizations such as the International Finance Corporation and the World Health Organization.
She currently serves as the Membership Secretary for the Oxford and Cambridge Club of Nigeria, where she is spearheading their work reaching out to Internally Displaced People within Nigeria. She holds an MA in French and Russian from the University of Oxford and a Double Masters degree in International Development and International Affairs from Sciences Po in Paris and Columbia University in New York. She is an avid linguist who speaks six languages and has a passion for literature and photography

Obianuju Uchenna