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Mazi Sam Ohuabunwa at Speaker Series - Sat 15 Sept (Lagos)

Come interact with Mazi Sam Ohuabunwa as he shares his business and life experiences.

Date: Saturday 15th September
Time: 1pm

This event is FREE to attend.

Venue: Bogobiri House. 9 Maitama Sule Street, off Raymond Njoku Street, off Awolowo Road, Ikoyi

Directions: Coming from Falomo Roundabout, Raymond Njoku is the first left off Awolowo Road. Maitama Sule is the first right off Raymond Njoku.

Mazi Sam Ohuabunwa, MON started his career at Pfizer Products Ltd. in Protected content , became the Chairman/CEO in Protected content led the Management Buy Out of Pfizer Inc. from the company in Protected content , transforming it to Neimeth International Pharmaceutical Plc where he was thePresident/CEO from inception until his retirement in Protected content .

He is a highly experienced businessman who currently is or has previously held the following roles – Chairman,Nigerian Economic Summit Group; Member,Presidential Advisory Council; Member, Presidential Committee on Global Economic Crisis; Member, Nigerian Vision Protected content President, Nigeria Employers Consultative Association (NECA); Chairman, Abia State University Teaching Hospital Management Board; National Council Member, Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN); Board Member, Nigerian-America Chamber of Commerce.

Mazi Sam is a Knight of St. Christopher (KSC) of the Anglican Communion and a National Director of the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International. He is active in economic advocacy and youth empowerment initiatives, most notably through the Sam Ohuabunwa Foundation for Economic Empowerment (SOFEE), which he founded.

He is a Fellow of a number of professional bodiesincluding Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria, West African Postgraduate College of Pharmacists, Nigerian Institute of Management, National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria as well as an Honorary Fellow of the Nigeria Institute of Public Relations.

Mazi Sam studied Pharmacy at the University of Ife.

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