The Coordinator of the Anyiam-Osigwe Consortium and Secretary to the Supervisory Board. He studied economics and went on to obtain a Masters Degree in Social Anthropology and Ethnomusicology from Goldsmiths College, University of London.Under employment with Tsakos-Pedmacgrek Shipping JV, 1986-90 he acquired both training and experience in Ship Management and Operations. He is a member of the IBIA (International Bunker Industry Association) and has benefited from various international seminars and workshops on shipping and marine operations.
Under a Third World study programme he has conducted extensive studies and research on indigenous political structures in Africa with special emphasis on Nigeria.
He has also taken courses on resource development centering on project planning and implementation in developing countries. He is a regular contributor to national and international discourse and has authored several academic treatises and essays on topical issues that have been published in journals, magazines and newspapers. Nze Anyiam-Osigwe was the Director of Operations for M. D.Yusufu’s Presidential Campaign in 1998.
He is the Coordinator-General of The Osigwe Anyiam-Osigwe Foundation. Also, he serves on the Board of other NGOs and is an active member of a number of important national and international organizations and institutions. He is on the Board of the Nigerian Foundation for Ethnic and Religious Tolerance (FERET). He is an Associate of the University of Pretoria based African Centre of Excellence in Information Ethics. He is the Chairman of Imo cooperative Thrift and Loans Union. He is the Honourary Consul-General of the Republic of Malawi to Nigeria.
Nze Michael Anyiam-Osigwe who serves on the board of the various companies within the Consortium is the Consortium’s Official Liaison on Political Affairs. He is happily married with children.