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UAC announces new heads for subsidiaries

UAC of Nigeria Plc has announced the appointment of new heads for some of its subsidiaries.

They are Mrs Oluwakemi Ogunnubi, Managing Director, Chemical and Allied Products Plc (CAP Plc); Mr. Taiwo Ajibola, Managing Director, MDS Logistics Limited, and Mr. Adedamola Olusunmade, who became Managing Director of Portland Paints & Products Nigeria Plc.

Mr. Mukhtar Yakasai, formerly Managing Director of Portland Paints and Products Nigeria Plc, was appointed Deputy Managing Director of Grand Cereals Limited, a UAC subsidiary located in Jos.

Mr. Solomon Aigbavboa, previously Managing Director of MDS Logistics Limited, has been appointed Managing Director of Livestock Feeds Plc, while his predecessor, Mrs. Modupe Asanmo, retired after 10 years of service.

All the appointments, according to statement by the company’s statement, took effect from January 1.

The new CAP Plc MD, Mrs Ogunnubi, attended The Polytechnic, Ibadan, where she obtained a Higher National Diploma, HND, in Accountancy in 1992. Until her appointment, she was the Head, Financial Services of UAC.

Mr. Adedamola Olusunmade, a graduate of Chemical Engineering from the University of Benin, started his career as an Assistant Production Manager with CAP Plc in 1999. He worked in different capacities, including Plant Manager, Marketing Manager, Corporate Responsibility and Strategy Manager and Technical Operations Manager.

Mr. Mukhtar Yakasai is a graduate of Agriculture with Agricultural Economics option from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, and holds an MBA from the same university. He joined CAP Plc, a subsidiary of UAC in July 1985.

Mr. Solomon Aigbavboa, a pharmacist, was educated at the University of Benin (B.Pharm & M.Sc) and Federal University of Technology, Owerri (MBA). He joined UAC in June 1997 as Personal Products Manager in the then GBO, MDS Division.

Mr. Ajibola, a graduate of Industrial Mathematics from the Federal University of Technology, Akure, FUTA, started his career in UAC as an Assistant Programmer in Management & Computer Services before his deployment to CAP Plc as the Tetra CS3 ERP project.

 


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