Tripple Gee and Co PlcTRIPPLEG:LAG

1.79
0.09 / 4.79%
44.43k
13.53%
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Directors & officers

 NameTitleCompensationAgeOfficer
since
 
SamuelAyininuola
Chairman of the Board
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2012
Mr. Samuel (Sam) Idowu Ayininuola has been Chairman of the Board of Tripple Gee And Co Plc since September 2012 and, prior to this, he served as Director of the Company from May 1992. He is a Chartered Accountant with years of banking career at NAL Merchant Bank Plc and RIMS Merchant Bank Limited. In addition to his duties at the Company, Mr. Ayininuola is also Executive Director of Union Bank of Nigeria Plc. He received a Masters of Business Administration degree from the University of Lagos and obtained a degree in Agricultural Science from the University of Ife.
 
OmotolaOsunkiyesi
Chief Executive Officer / Managing Director
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49
2014
 
FelixBajomo
Director
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1990
 
SafiyanuMadugu
Director
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2013
 
ChristyOkoye
Director
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2006
 
OlusegunOlusanya
Director
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1999
 
GaniGiwa
Non-Executive Director
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65
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