|Military Governor of Ogun State|
August 1990 – January 1992
|Preceded by||Mohammed Lawal|
|Succeeded by||Segun Osoba|
Navy Captain (later Rear Admiral) Oladeinde Joseph was military governor of Ogun State, Nigeria between August 1990 and January 1992 during the military administration of General Ibrahim Babangida, handing over power to the elected civilian governor Segun Osoba. He was instrumental in establishing the Nigerian Navy Secondary School, Abeokuta. Other construction in Abeokuta during his administration included the South-West Resource Centre and the Abeokuta Golf Course.
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