Changes in the composition of the board of directors of Nigerian Breweries are imminent according to a notice of board meeting of the company transmitted to the Nigerian Stock Exchange Monday.
The board meeting scheduled for December 8, 2017 is expected to deliberate on a proposal for changes in the board of directors.
“One of the items on the agenda is a proposal for changes in the composition of the board of directors (the board) of the company,” the statement read.
Businessamlive learnt that the board meeting would also approve the appointment of a substantive managing director for the company.
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In June this year, the company announced the appointment of Johan Antonie Doyer as new managing director/CEO on an interim basis pending the appointment of a substantive managing director/CEO for the Company.
Nicolaas Vervelde, the erstwhile managing director, had resigned from the board and the company to take up a new role as managing director of Heineken Asia Pacific Region.
The company currently has Chief Kolawole B. Jamodu as chairman who has been on the board of the company since March 2006. Other prominent Nigerians on the board (non-executive) include, Atedo Perterside, Ifueko Okauru, Obadiah Mailafia, Ndidi Nwuneli, Samuel Bolarinde, and Olusegun Adebanji.
Frontpage January 14, 2018