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Notore Chemical gets new chairman, seven other directors

Notore Chemical gets new chairman, seven other directors

Notore Chemical Industries Plc, an African fertiliser and agro-allied company, has appointed Thomas Etuh as its new board chairman, Danjuma Etuh as its deputy managing director, and six new non-executive directors to its board, effective June 2024.

This was before the retirement of Onajite Okoloko, former MD and CEO of the company, Ebiaho Emafo, former executive director, and six other non-executive directors of the board, a statement said.

The new non-executive directors are Henry Imasekha, Femi Edun, Vivien Shobo, Nelson Attah, Theophilus Danjuma, and Ishaya Danjuma.

The non-executive directors who retired are Mike Orugbo, Micheal Osiwe, Ikeme Osakwe, Mike Jansa, Femi Agbaje, and Omar Taha.

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“Thomas Etuh, board chairman of Notore Chemicals Plc holds an MBA from the Business School, Netherlands, a diploma in Banking from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, and an advanced diploma in Public Administration from the University of Jos,” the statement said.

It said Danjuma Etuh started his career with TAK Continental Limited as the Company’s Business and operations manager in 2004 and joined TAK Agro & Chemical Limited in 2007 as an executive director in charge of operations.

It added that Henry Imasekha is a Chartered accountant by training who has spent a significant part of his professional life in Banking. He started work at the International Merchant Bank in 1982 and had a career spanning Credit and Marketing, Corporate Banking, Investment Banking, and Treasury Management.

“Femi Edun currently holds directorship in Emerging Markets Telecommunications Services Limited, operating as 9mobile. He is an independent non-executive director on the board of Chevron Closed Pension Fund Administrators Limited and the Chairman of the board of Craneburg Construction Limited Director,” the statement said.