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Femi Otedola Announced First Bank of Nigeria Chairman

First Bank Nigeria (FBN) has today announced one of Nigeria’s high-profile investors, Femi Otedola as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of First Bank Nigeria (FBN) Holdings. This was disclosed in a corporate filing with the Nigerian Stock Exchange.

In a major development for the Nigerian banking sector, First Bank Nigeria (FBN) Holdings has announced the appointment of Femi Otedola as the new Chairman of the Board of Directors. The disclosure, made in a corporate filing with the Nigerian Stock Exchange, marks a significant stride for one of Nigeria’s oldest financial institutions.

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Femi Otedola: A High-Profile Investor and Philanthropist

Femi Otedola brings a wealth of experience and strategic insight to his new role. As a high-profile investor, he has invested in downstream oil and gas and logistics.  Beyond the boardroom, Femi Otedola is known for philanthropy, investing in projects in the healthcare and education sectors.

First Bank Nigeria,  the nation’s premier financial institution, boasts a legacy that mirrors the economic evolution of Nigeria. Established in 1894, FBN has played an instrumental role in the nation’s financial architecture.

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First Bank Nigeria (FBN): Past Chairmen of the Board of Directors :

Prince Ajibola Afonja: An early chairman whose leadership laid the foundation for FBN’s prominence in the Nigerian financial sector.

Sir S.L. Akintola: A prominent politician and statesman, Sir Akintola served as chairman during a critical period of Nigeria’s history.

Dr. Oba Otudeko: Dr. Otudeko’s tenure was controversial; he was forced out by the disgraced former Central Bank of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele.




Abdullah Tijani

Abdullah Tijani studied Law at Usmanu Danfodiyo University, and has over five years journalism experience, including writing on business and economy.

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