Nigerian Association of Small & Medium Enterprises (NASME) elects Governing Council

Posted by News Express | 4 February 2016 | 5,974 times

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The Nigerian Association of Small & Medium Enterprises (NASME) has elected 19 members into its Governing Council. The election took place during NASME’s 7th Annual General Meeting (AGM) held in Lagos on January28, 2016. The AGM, which drew members from all chapters across the country, was well attended by corporate and institutional members. The following members were elected into the Governing Council of NASME to run its affairs for two years.

Sir (Prince) ‘Degun Agboade – President & Chairman of Council

Mr. Tokunbo Talabi – Deputy President, Finance & Administration

Engr. Abdul Rasheed Yerima – Deputy President, North

Chief M.O. Nlemigbo – Deputy President, South

Alhaji Bala Othman Suleiman – Zonal Vice President (North East)

Hon. Ibrahim Dasuki Haske – Zonal Vice President (North West)

Mr. Vincent Dumoni, Zonal Vice President (North Central)

Mr. Chiedu Anyaso – Zonal Vice President (South East)

Mr. Oladipo Jemi Alade – Zonal Vice President (South West)

Dr Oko-Jaja – Zonal Vice President (South South)

Mr. Monday Michaels Ashibogwu – Publicity Secretary

Union Bank – Treasurer

Dr Obiora Madu – Private Sector Representative

Mr. Oladipo Bankole, Private Sector Representative

Mr. Tayo Omidiji, NEXIM Bank – Representing Financial Institutions

Mr. Felix Oyakhamoh, Ecobank – Representing Financial Institutions

Mr. A. Sowunmi CBN, Representing Financial Institutions

Mr. Tokunbo Habeeb, RMRDC – Representing Public Sector Institutions

Dr DM Ibrahim, NOTAO – Representing Public Sector Institutions

In his acceptance speech, the newly elected President and Chairman of Council, Sir (Prince) ’Degun Agboade, thanked outgoing members of the Council for their selfless service for the past four years as he outlined a seven-point agenda to move NASME forward.

News Express reports that NASME is a business membership organisation founded in 1996 and currently has 26 active state chapters with over 25,000 companies and institutions as members.

The association is the largest BMO (Business Membership Organisation) representing various sectors of MSMEs noted for driving the country’s economy.

Source: News Express

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