Nigerian Breweries Plc. has announced the appointment of Oluseyi Bickersteth and Adeyinka Aroyewun as non-executive directors and the resignation Samuel Bolarinde.
In a statement signed by Uaboi Agbebaku, the company secretary, the company stated that the appointments of Bickersteth and Aroyewun would take effect from 1st January 2019, while Samuel Bolarinde’s resignation will take effect on the 31stDecember 2018.
Oluseyi Bickersteth is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) and Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN). He is a former chairman of KPMG Africa Practice and also a former national senior partner of the Nigeria Practice.
He chaired a working group on “Nigeria Tax Reforms 2002 & Beyond” for the federal government of Nigeria and also served on the working group on Nigeria’s Vision 2020 as well as on the technical committee of Nigeria that prepared the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB)
Currently, Oluseyi Bickersteth is the chairman of Anderson Tax, Africa and sits on the board of other companies in Nigeria.
Adeyinka Aroyewun is a lawyer and an international accredited mediator of the Centre of Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR), UK.
She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, UK, the Negotiation and Conflict Management Group and the Nigerian Bar Association, amongst other professional association and bodies.
Aroyewun is currently the director of the Lagos Multi-Door Courthouse, and she is an accomplished trainer in alternative dispute resolution techniques for members of the Bar, the Bench and the public.
Nigerian Breweries stated the Samuel Bolarinde’s resignation comes from his desire to pursue other personal interest and thanked him for his services to the company.
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