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Chuks Udo Okonta
The Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB) has set Thursday, October 19, 2023 for investiture of its incoming President Prince Babatunde Oguntade.
The President of NCRIB, Rotimi Edu, said this yesterday at the August 2023 Edition of NCRIB Members’ Evening in Lagos, adding that the event would be another intriguing moment in the annals of the 61 year old Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers.
He noted that as his able Deputy President, Prince Babatunde Oguntade, FCIB, a scion from Ijebu dynasty, would take over the mantle of leadership from him and that he is particularly happy because, a success without a successor is a failure.
Edu noted that the investiture of Oguntade would be held at luxuriant Lagos Marriott Hotel, Ikeja GRA, Lagos and that the time is 5pm.
He submitted that the event which would command the attendance of net worth guests and professionals has been designed to further engender the brand value of the Council. “Without mincing words, I am certainly sure that the Events Organising Committee and Investiture Planning Committee are working assiduously to ensure a hitch free event, especially, putting into consideration that the investiture would be held shortly after the National Insurance Brokers Conference and Exhibition.
“May I seek your indulgence to appeal to all Members of the Council, to please, be part of the success story through your generous financial donation to the course of the event.
“I have urged the Events Organising Committee under the leadership of my amiable and diligent Vice President, Mrs. Ekeoma Ezeibe, FCIB to ensure that the Investiture of Oguntade is not in any way lesser than any other investiture before it, but rather, to be the best of all programs organized during this administration,” he posited.
Oguntade is currently Chief Executive Officer, Lectern Insurance Brokers Limited
He is a graduate of University of Lagos and skilled in strategic planning; risk management; insurance business strategy; strategic financial planning; new business development; negotiation; change management; management consulting and strategy