CDN Oil and Lubricants Limited has announced the appointments of Prof. Vitalis Orikeze Ajumbe and Hon. Ahmad Sani Muhammad as members of its Board of Directors (BoD).
In a statement on Tuesday, September 22, 2020, the Chief Executive Officer of the firm, Chukwuka Daniel Nwokolo congratulated the new Directors, expressing confidence that the appointments would further bolster the realization of CDN’s vision of repositioning the country’s lubricants market through its efficient, durable, trusted and high quality engine oil, products.
He noted: “I do warmly welcome both Prof. Vitalis Orikeze Ajumbe and Hon. Ahmad Sani Muhammad into the Board of CDN Oil and Lubricants Limited and do strongly believe that their respective expertise, connection and wealth of experience would be most beneficial to the Board.”
According to him, “Prof Ajumbe is the Chairman/Managing Director Beaton Investments Ltd, Owerri and London. He is a former Commissioner for Internal Resources (IGR) and Pension Matters, Imo State as well as for Information and Strategy, Tourism and Public Utilities, Imo State.
“Between 2010 and 2016, Prof Ajumbe served as Vice President, (in-charge of Commerce and Industry) Owerri Chamber Of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture. He was a member, Central planning Committee, South East Economic Summit, 2011 and 2012; Director, African Fibroid Eradication Foundation, London, 1996, and the Chairman, Management Committee, Imo Broadcasting Corporation, IBC Radio/TV (Imo State Government owned Radio/TV stations), among other positions held. Prof Ajumbe is a fellow of the Nigerian Institute of Sales Management and a fellow of the Institute of Corporate Administration Of Nigeria.”
Ahmad Sani is a senior Legislative Aide to the Speaker Federal House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila and the financial controller at Rufa’i Poultry Farms Ltd.
Sani, a graduate of Business Management from Coventry University is the Chief Executive Officer of Didonmak Limited, which operates mainly in the agricultural sector such as poultry and crop farming”, he concluded.