Olamide Aleshinloye graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria and was called to the Nigeria Bar in 2012. She is also a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (MCIArb).
Olamide has worked in several law firms before joining Sofunde Osakwe Ogundipe & Belgore. As an Associate in the Dispute Resolution Group of the firm of Sofunde Osakwe Ogundipe & Belgore, Olamide is an impressive litigator with a penchant for thoroughness and paying attention to details. From time to time, she offers result-oriented legal advice to clients and derives satisfaction from exceeding clients' expectations.
In June 2019 the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), as part of its investigation into the affairs of a former state governor, reported that it had frozen a number of bank accounts alleged to belong to the former governor which contained suspected public funds. In 2020 the EFCC reported that, to date, a total of N7.9 billion had been recovered from these accounts and more than N5.7 billion had been returned to the state government.
Nigerian entrepreneur Obinwanne Okeke has pleaded guilty to a computer-based intrusion fraud scheme. More than $11 million is said to have been traced to the ring, and it has been claimed that Okeke used proceeds from these activities to establish legitimate business enterprises in Nigeria. This follows from reports in 2019 that the Federal High Court in Lagos ordered that N280,500,000 in two bank accounts in Okeke's name be forfeited to the Nigerian government.