The Orderly Society Trust was founded in 2007 by His Excellency, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, SAN and his wife Oludolapo to honour the memories of Isaac Opeolu Osinbajo (1919 – 1996) and Oluwatoyin Osinbajo (1962 – 2006) for whom various aspects of the organization’s aims was a passion. OST seeks to assist in overcoming the challenges of creating an orderly society by promoting initiatives which support:

The Rule of Law – By recognising and celebrating in creative ways, judicial courage and resourcefulness, promote research and ideas on speedier and fairer justice delivery, and judicial independence.

Transparency and Accountability – By supporting public and private anti-corruption initiatives, assisting in building the capacity of community based organisations to fight corruption, promote ideas and research on enhancing transparency in government procurement and services, and strategies to establish accountability in systems and processes.

The dissemination of ethics of integrity, patriotism, respect for civic obligation and etiquette.

Grace Alele

Alele-Williams was a member of governing council, UNESCO Institute of Education. She is also a consultant to UNESCO and Institute of International Education Planning. For a decade (1963–73) she was a member of the African Mathematics Programme, located in Newton, Massachusetts, United States.] She was also vice-president of the World Organisation for Early Childhood Education and late president of the Nigerian chapter.