Monthly Archives: December 2017

33 Years Old Dr. Arinze Madueke (OKAKA) Eyes Reps Seat, Promises Proactive Representation

Dr. Arinze Madueke (Okaka),MD/CEO, Zidora Group

Politics in Nigeria today is seen as an avenue of amassing wealth for the political office holder. It is now generally believed that indulging in Nigerian politics is only for self serving purposes. However for Dr. Arinze Madueke, politics is all about service to humanity. For him, the only service to be done for the downtrodden is to give them quality education, to develop their capacity to think for themselves and draw from the unlimited well of greatness within.

Breaking: EFCC files fraud charge against Innoson CEO


The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has filed a fraud charge against Mr. Innocent Chukwuma, alias Innoson, his company Innoson Nigeria Limited and his brother Charles Chukwuma.
The charge was dated 30 November, 2017 and filed at a Lagos High Court.

Chams Plc, Volunteer Corp Embark on a CSR project in commemoration of Demola Aladekomo @ 60


“If you wait until you can do everything for everybody, instead of something for somebody, you’ll end up not doing nothing for nobody.” ~ Malcom Bane
Brainstorming ways to maximize the number of lives you hope to touch or trying to think up ways to increase your range of influence isn’t as important as the actual act of giving and getting started! This best described the Corporate Social Responsibility project embarked on by Chams and the volunteer corp in painting and refurbishing class rooms at Obele Community High School, Surulere, in commemoration of Demola Aladekomo 60th birthday celebration.

Skye Bank CEO, Abiru drives financial inclusion among youths …takes ‘Ref ‘n’ Win’ Promo to Uthman Dan Fodio University

Adetokunbo Abiru, CEO, Skye Bank Plc

The Group Managing Director/CEO, Skye Bank Plc, Mr. Tokunbo Abiru has restated the bank’s commitment to vigorously drive financial inclusion in line with the Central Bank of Nigeria’s Financial System Strategy 2020 (FSS – 20) which is designed to ensure 80 percent of Nigerians have access to financial services by year 2020.

Agbaje: Using Fairs to Redefine Retail Banking BY IJEOMA NWOGWUGWU

Segun Agbaje

Segun Agbaje, the managing director/CEO of Guaranty Trust Bank (GTBank), is not a popular man. To many, he is aloof, too strait-laced, not your typical run-of-the-mill Nigerian. As one of Nigeria’s foremost bankers, he has a reputation for running a tight and efficient ship, is unflinching in his pursuit and recovery of loans from the country’s systemically chronic debtors who have a sense of entitlement believing that they can borrow depositors’ funds without paying back, and does not give a hoot about those critical of his take-no-prisoners approach to banking.