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In the midst of a massive restructuring, Ikeja Hotels appoints Theophilus Eniola Netufo as CEO

In the midst of a massive restructuring, Ikeja Hotels appoints Theophilus Eniola Netufo as CEO

The Nigerian hotel group has just seen the end of a lengthy forensic audit, initiated in 2017 by Nigeria’s capital market regulator. Theophilus Eniola Netufo’s appointment concludes his role as Acting Managing Director and CEO.

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            ▪ In the midst of a massive restructuring, Ikeja Hotels appoints Theophilus Eniola Netufo as CEO

▪ The Nigerian hotel group has just seen the end of a lengthy forensic audit, initiated in 2017 by Nigeria’s capital market regulator. Theophilus Eniola Netufo’s appointment concludes his role as Acting Managing Director and CEO.

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27/03/2020 at 17h11, by Valentin Grille

He took the helm of the group in a difficult period marked by a 2017 decision of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Nigeria’s main capital market regulator, to suspend the group’s capital market activities. A dispute among several major shareholders who are also members of the Ibru family, pushed Chairman Goodie Ibru, who founded the group in 1975, to resign in February 2017.

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