Tomy John serves as the Deputy Managing Director of Desicon Engineering Limited.
Graduating from Kerala University with a bachelor’s in Commence, he went on to obtain his MBA at the University of South Australia. He is a certified management accountant from the Institute of Management Accountants and an associate member of the Institute of Cost & Executive Accountants London.
With over 30 years of experience in the Oil and Gas industry, Tomy joined Desicon Engineering Limited in November 2013 as the Group Finance Director and was promoted to Deputy Managing Director in 2014. Here he has strategized the company by positioning it to be a front runner in the industry. He has also formulated policies and introduced business process, re-engineering systems that will help the company assume an unbiased and firm stance in the evolving global oil market.
Tomy is happily married with two sons and enjoys reading, cycling and walking in the countryside with his canine friends.
Datonye Alabraba is the Strategy, Planning and JV Director for Desicon Engineering Limited.
He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Quantity Surveying from the University of Salford, Manchester and earned his MBA from the University of Cardiff, Wales.
Joining Desicon in 2010 as the Director of Projects he oversaw the implementation of control processes. In line with the company’s growth plan Datonye took on the role of Strategy, Planning and JV Director and is now responsible for Desicon’s interest in new ventures.
Datonye is married with two children and is a keen Formula 1 fan.
Eyitemi Sule is the General Counsel for Desicon Engineering Limited.
She is a graduate of Law from the University of Lagos and a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Nigeria.
In 2015 Eyitemi joined Desicon Engineering Limited as the Local Content and Sustainability Manager. Here she was responsible for the development of sustainability policy, local content plan and custodian of approved plan with consistent implementation and monitoring of strategies agreed for Desicon. Upon being appointed as the General Counsel in 2019, she is now responsible for compliance, review of legal and contractual documentation to manage the impact of external factors and limit Desicon’s risk exposure.
She is happily married with three children and enjoys listening to music, walking and travelling.