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NIMN invests new president


The National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria (NIMN) has concluded plans to officially invest Mr Ganiyu A. Koledoye, fnimn, as the President and Chairman of the governing council of the Institute.

In a press statement signed by Mr Sydney Ogbodo, the Acting Registrar and Chief Executive Officer of NIMN, the ceremony will take place on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at the upscale De Renaissance Hotel, Obafemi Awolowo Way, Ikeja by 4pm.

Expected at the ceremony are eminent marketing professionals representing the various sectors and stakeholders.

The new President emerged during the yearly general meeting of the association held in Kaduna last year after a hotly competitive election with Mr Tony Agenmonmen of Nigerian Breweries PLC.

Koledoye is a graduate of The Chartered Institute of Marketing (UK). He is also a Master’s of Science (Msc) degree holder in Business Administration from the University of Bath, UK.

He was a lecturer in Marketing and Systems Theory at the Centre for Marketing and Management Studies, Tooting Bee. London, UK. He established The Clapham College of Technology, Clapham Common, London UK in 1980.

In Nigeria, Koledoye had worked in various capacities in these organisations: Ebun Nigeria Limited, Churchgate Group, Texlon Group, Coastal Bottlers Limited and Zaria Industries Limited where he was CEO in the last two companies. He is currently the chairman of Harmattan Oil Services Limited, Lekki, Lagos.

The National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria is established by act of parliament (Act no 2003) of the National Assembly to regulate marketers and marketing practice in Nigeria.

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