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Photos from business events featuring United bank of Africa, Standard Chartered, Royal Military Academy, NGX group, Wema Bank, Stanbic IBTC, Nigerian Economic Summit Group, USAID, Nigerian Breweries and others

L-R: Sola Bakare, acting head, corporate commercial and institutional banking, Standard Chartered Bank Nigeria Limited; James Nelson, managing director/head of debt capital markets Africa, Standard Chartered; Wale Edun, minister of finance and coordinating minister of the economy; Ibrahim Yusuf, regional head, Africa public sector and development organisations, Standard Chartered; and Charles Corbett, managing director, financing solutions, Standard Chartered, during a meeting with the minister in Abuja, recently.

John Ochai (l), commandant, Nigerian Defence Academy congratulating Princess Owowoh, the first-ever female officer cadet from Nigeria to graduate from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, United Kingdom, on Friday.

Pic.2.Member Enugu State House of Assembly representing Enugu North, Chief Johnson Ani; Head of Hausa Community in Enugu (Sarkin Hausawa Enugu), Alhaji. Abubakar-Yusuf Sambo II and representative of the Government of  Enugu State, Mr Eze-Aka Eze, during a Special Reception for the Less Privileged to Mark Eid-el-Fitri in Enugu on Sunday. (14/4/24).

Godwin Obaseki (l), governor, Edo State, with Tom Ikimi, chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party/celebrant, during a reception in celebration of the 80th birthday of Tom Ikimi, in Benin City, Wednesday.

L – R show the Group Chairman, Nigerian Exchange Group Plc (NGX Group), Alhaji (Dr.) Umaru Kwairanga; Honourable Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Dr. Doris Uzoka-Anite and Group Chief Executive Officer, NGX Group, Mr. Temi Popoola during a strategic meeting between the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment and NGX Group alongside Issuers on fostering a collaborative ecosystem, at the Exchange today in Lagos.

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Top 25 Hackaholics 4.0 Participant and Founder Varsity Scape, Grace Idiare, ; Executive Director, Retail and SME, Wema Bank, Tunde Mabawonku; Top 10 Hackaholics 4.0 Participant and Founder University X, Damilare Ololade; Winner of Hackaholics 4.0 and Founder of Ireti, Jane Agbahowo; Head of Innovation, Wema Bank, Solomon Ayodele and Head of Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility, Wema Bank, Abimbola Agbejule at the Wema Bank Hackaholics 5.0 Press Conference held at Wema Bank Headquarters.

L-R: Alhaji Abba Aliyu, MD, Rural Electrification Agency (REA); Mr. Gabriel Ogbechie, GMD, Rainoil Limited; Dr. Demola Sogunle, Chief Executive, Stanbic IBTC Holdings and Antonio Ayodele, Director, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Lagos State representing the Honourable Commissioner of Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Mr Biodun Ogunleye, during the Stanbic IBTC Energy and Infrastructure Breakfast Session which was held recently in Lagos.

 

L-R: Ladun Baderinwa, Olaniwun Ajayi LP; Tayo Aduloju, CEO, Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG); Niyi Yusuf, chairman, NESG; Omolola Samuel, partner, Crowe Dafinone; Abosede Okungbowa, Crowe Dafinone; and Jonathan Aluju, partner , Olaniwun Ajayi LP at the NESG annual general meeting 2024 in Lagos, recently

 

From left: Former Minister of Works and Housing, Mr Babatunde Fashola; Deputy Governor, Dr Obafemi Hamzat and Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State, during the Lagos Leadership Summit in Lagos on Wednesday (17/4/24). 0152/APR /17/4/2024Oladapo Kayode/MO/NAN

Samantha Power (l), administrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID); with Akinwumi Adeyinka, president, African Development Bank (AfDB) Group, after the signing of memorandum of understanding between USAID and AfDB Group to finance women fund managers in Africa to support women on climate change solutions, held in Washington.

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L-R: Abebe Aemro Selassie, director, African department, International Monetary Fund (IMF); Olayemi Cardoso, governor, Central Bank of Nigeria; Kristalina Georgieva, MD, IMF; and Wale Edun, minister of finance and coordinating minister of the economy, at the African Consultative Group Meeting, in Washington, on Tuesday.

L-R: Marketing Director, Nigerian Breweries Plc, Emmanuel Oriakhi; Corporate Affairs Director, NB Plc, Sade Morgan; Managing Director, NB Plc, Hans Essaadi; Company Secretary/Legal Director, NB Plc, Uaboi Agbebaku, and Finance Director, NB Plc, Ben Wessels Boer during the 78th Pre-Annual General Meeting Media Briefing of Nigerian Breweries Plc held in Lagos today.

L-R – Okiemute Foyibo, Executive Assistant to the Managing Director, CDK Integrated Industries, B.S Rao, Sales and Marketing Manager, CDK Integrated Industries, Arc. Mobolaji Adeniyi, National President, Nigerian Institute of Architects, Abimbola Onagbade, Brands and Marketing Manager, CDK Integrated Industries, Arc. Olufemi Oyenekan, Chairman, Nigerian Institute of Architects, Oyo State Chapter, and Edmund Okwuasaba, Business Development Manager, CDK Integrated Industries at the Office of the National President, NIA in Ibadan recently
L-R: Finance Director, International Breweries Plc (IBPLC), David Tomlinson; Executive Director, IBPLC, Temitope Oguntokun; Managing Director, IBPLC, Carlos Coutino; Chairman Board of Directors, IBPLC, HRM Igwe Nnaemeka Achebe; Company Secretary/Legal Counsel, IBPLC, Marian Reginald-Ukwuoma, and Independent Non-Executive Director, IBPLC, Olutoyin Odulate, at the Extra-Ordinary General Meeting of International Breweries Plc in Lagos on Monday.
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