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NAHCO Welcomes New Board Members, Bids Farewell to Departing Leaders

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NAHCO Plc, Africa’s premier ground handling service provider, is excited to announce the arrival of two esteemed individuals to its board of directors: Mr. Abdulhamid Aliyu and Revd. Victor Abimbola Olaiya.

Their expertise and diverse backgrounds will undoubtedly serve NAHCO well as the company navigates the exciting possibilities of the future.

In a statement, the company extends its heartfelt gratitude to Engr. Mohammed Gambo Umar, Sir Sunday Nnamdi Nwosu, and Engr. Solagbade Olukayode Alabi for their dedicated service to NAHCO.

Their leadership and insights have been instrumental in shaping the company’s success. We wish them all the best in their future endeavors.

Mr. Aliyu brings a wealth of experience in finance, investments, and management consulting to the table. His impressive academic background and distinguished career path, spanning roles at renowned institutions like the Nigerian Exchange and NNPC Oilfield Services Limited, speak volumes about his capabilities.

Revd. Olaiya, meanwhile, boasts a distinguished track record in the oil and gas industry. His technical expertise, coupled with his strong leadership and management skills, honed through various positions at ExxonMobil, will be invaluable assets to NAHCO.

His dedication to community service, exemplified by his leadership in the Society of Petroleum Engineers and his pastoral work, showcases his commitment to making a positive impact beyond the corporate realm.

The search for a replacement for the retired Independent Non-Executive Director is ongoing, and NAHCO is confident that they will find a candidate who embodies the company’s values and vision.

This is a new chapter for NAHCO, filled with promise and potential. With the addition of Mr. Aliyu and Revd. Olaiya, the company is well-positioned to continue its journey of excellence and contribute even more significantly to the African aviation landscape.

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