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Business File Today: NSE Donates N60 Million to CMSCC, Xiaomi Nigeria Presents Ten Thousand Surgical Masks to Ogun State…

L-R: Dotun Solanke, Chief Executive officer,Mediatek; Habeeb Somoye, Marketing Director, Xiaomi Nigeria; Noimat Salako-Oyedele, Deputy Governor, Ogun State; Gaya Samir,Senior Secretary, Xiaomi Nigeria, and Abdulquadri Umar,Group Accountant, Xiaomi Nigeria, at the donation of first Batch of Ten thousands of Surgical Masks to Nigeria in aid of the Covid-19 pandemic by Xiaomi Nigeria to Ogun State Government
L-R: Mrs. Lilian Chukwuemeka, Assistant Director, Lagos Zonal Office, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC); Mr. Steven Falomo, Director, Lagos Zonal Office, SEC; Mr. Oscar N. Onyema, OON, Chief Executive Officer, The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE); Mr. Ariyo Olushekun, Chairman, Capital Market Support Committee for COVID-19 (CMSCC); Mrs. Bukola Rufai, Deputy Director, Lagos Zonal Office, SEC; and Mr. Jude Chiemeka, Head, Trading Business Division, NSE during the NSE’s donation of cash and an Ambulance totalling N60 Million to support CMSCC in the fight against COVID-19 on Monday
L-R: Gbolabo Olaniwun, senior special assistant to Lagos State governor on agriculture; Abisola Olusanya, acting commissioner for agriculture, Lagos State, and Olayiwole Onasanya, permanent secretary, ministry of agriculture, Lagos State, during the acting commissioner of agriculture inspection tour to agriculture facilities at Songhai badagry in Lagos.
L-R, Mary Uduk, outgoing acting director general Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Lamido Yuguda, DG SEC, Reginald Karawusa, incoming executive commissioner legal and enforcement SEC Days Obisan, incoming executive commissioner operations SEC during the
resumption of the new management of SEC in Abuja


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