Ossai Tony Osborg was born in Warri, Delta State of Nigeria as Ossai Tony Godday. He lived in Orereokpe and had his primary education under a foster parent arrangement by Mrs. Lilly Oyegberige.
He moved to Warri at the middle of his primary school education, there he completed his primary education at Christ The King Group of Schools.
Upon completion of his primary school education, again, Tony moved to Kwale and then Port Harcourt where he continued his basic education. In Port Harcourt, Tony got admitted into Akpor Grammar School, Ozuoba. There he completed his secondary school education. Again, he moved to Aboh Kingdom where he sat for the West African Examination Council (WAEC) Examinations. During his five year stay in Port Harcourt, Tony was exposed to the oil & gas industry by virtue of his involvement in the running of his uncle’s oil servicing firm. This gave him a first hand understanding of procurement procedures and project management techniques.
In 2010, Tony was offered admission into the University of Port Harcourt to study Philosophy. As an undergraduate student, Tony founded Osborg Nigeria Limited and published his first book titled ‘Can Nigeria Bake Her Own Bread?’.
Tony is the leading volunteer and co-founder of Restructure Nigeria, a community of Federalist oriented Nigerians who believe a better federal structure would solve the bulk of Nigeria’s socio-economic-political crisis. He is also a co-founder of The Federalist Movement of Nigeria (FMN).
In 2016, Tony, together with his partners Tracy Adole and Raymond Temisaren founded Hometown.ng. Hometown.ng is a web application designed to integrate detailed information about tourist attractions, cultural festivals, places, and ethnic nationalities of Nigeria into the globalization trend.
Tony Osborg is an experienced administrative officer with interest ranging from creative and analytic writing to investigative journalism, procurement documentation (bidding), strategic planning, web development, research and project management. He is currently the Managing Director at Osborg Nigeria Limited and works with Brant Technologies Limited. He coordinates a number of advocacy causes in Nigeria, one of which is the Restructure Nigeria Community.