TEXEM gifts awards to Dangote, Kachikwu, Okonkwo, Ahmad, others for leadership, professionalism

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While Nigeria is going through a turbulent, challenging, complex and difficult socio-economic phase, the silver lining is that some venerable individuals are contributing immensely to the progress of the nation and her citizens.

The Award selection process was carried out in four (4) stages: Nominations, Screening, Shortlisting and Selection.

Here is a list of the Awardees and their Categories:

Alhaji Aliko Dangote – Chairman, Dangote Industries Limited

AWARD FOR UNPARALLELED CONTRIBUTION TO CSR-

Mr Dapo Olorunyomi – Publisher, Premium Times.

AWARD FOR UNPARALLELED CONTRIBUTION TO THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE MEDIA IN NIGERIA

Mrs Aisha Ahmad- CBN Deputy Governor

AWARD FOR IMPRESSIVE PROMOTION OF DIVERSITY

Hon. Ibe Kachikwu- Hon. Min. of State for Petroleum

AWARD FOR INSPIRING EFFECTIVE GOVERNANCE

Mr John Momoh, CEO Channels TV-

AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE IN MEDIA

Alhaji AbdulKadir Saidu Umar- Executive Secretary, PPPRA

AWARD FOR LAUDABLE ACHIEVEMENTS IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Rt. Hon. Barr. Jimm Emmanuel- MD/CEO, NEPZA,

AWARD FOR NOTABLE PERFORMANCE IN PROMOTING FREE TRADE

Alhaji Ahmed Bobboi- Executive Secretary, PEF

AWARD FOR COMMENDABLE LEADERSHIP IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR

Mr Frank Aigbogun- CEO Businessday Media Limited

AWARD FOR INSPIRING INNOVATION IN THE MEDIA

Mr Umaru Ibrahim Mni- MD NDIC

AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP IN FINANCIAL REGULATION

Mr Nnamdi Okonkwo – MD, Fidelity Bank

AWARD FOR IMMENSE CONTRIBUTION TO GROWTH OF SMES

Mrs Chijioke Ugochukwu- Executive Director, SHARED SERVICES, Fidelity Bank

AWARD FOR LAUDABLE ACHIEVEMENTS IN DIGITAL RETAIL BANKING

Mr Mordecai Ladan- Director, Department of Petroleum Resources,

AWARD FOR INSPIRING REGULATORY LEADERSHIP

Mr Nduka Obaigbena – CEO, Thisday Newspaper

AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE MEDIA IN NIGERIA.

Mr Chris Ubosi, CEO, Classic FM- OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE IN MEDIA.

Mr DIPO DAVIES- AWARD FOR COMMENDABLE CONTRIBUTION TO REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

Mrs Chizoba Mojekwu- CBN Director of Human Capital Development -AWARD FOR PROMOTION OF HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT

Alim Abubakre, Chair of TEXEM, UK said that this award is TEXEM’s way of inspiring others to ‘raise their game’ as well as encourage distinguished individuals of excellence who have gone above their call of duty and demonstrated insightful, effective, motivational, consistent and impactful; individual, team, organisational and societal leadership.

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