Chams Appoints Olusegun Oloketuyi, Olamojiba Bakare as Directors

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Chams Appoints Olusegun Oloketuyi, Olamojiba Bakare as Directors brandspurng

Following the sudden passing of Professor Oyewusi Ibidapo-Obe, the board of Chams Plc has approved the appointment of new Non-Executive Directors of the company. He joined the Company as a Director on 29th September 2015 and has made major contributions to the company during his time on the Board.

The entire Board and Management of Chams Plc, express heartfelt condolences to his wife, children, immediate and extended family, and pray that the Lord grant them the fortitude to bear this difficult loss.

Chams Appoints Olusegun Oloketuyi, Olamojiba Bakare as Directors brandspurng

The Board has approved the appointment Mr. Olusegun Oloketuyi and Mrs. Olamojiba Bakare as NonExecutive Directors effective 18th February 2021, subject to the ratification of the Annual General Meeting.

PROFILE OF MR. OLUSEGUN OLOKETUYI

Mr. Segun Oloketuyi, B.Sc, MBA. FCA, is an astute and seasoned banker and accountant. He served as Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Wema Bank Plc.

He also served as General Manager, Business Optimization Division and Executive Director of Business Development at Skye Bank Plc. He also served as Deputy General Manager, Corporate and Commercial Markets at Polaris Bank Plc (formerly Prudent Bank Plc) and as its Executive Director of Finance and Enterprise Risk Management.

PROFILE OF MRS. OLAMOJIBA BAKARE

Mrs. Olamojiba Bakare is a seasoned international Lawyer, having qualified as a Solicitor of England and Wales from Inns of Court School of Law. She also has a Masters degree in The Theory and Practice of Dispute Prevention and Resolution from the University of Westminster.

Mrs. Olamojiba Bakare is a seasoned and distinguished Lawyer with almost 20 years’ experience in the corporate world, 15 years of which was as a practising Solicitor in the United Kingdom.

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Since her relocation back to Nigeria in 2010, she has both taught corporate law and practised as a solicitor. She comes with a wealth of knowledge, experience, professionalism and passion.