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Arabome emerges CIPM President


the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM) members. Photo- brandcrunch

the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM) members. Photo- brandcrunch

AN astute Human Resource expert, Anthony Eromosele Arabome has been elected the President of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management Of Nigeria (CIPM). He is also a fellow of the institute.

Meanwhile, Udom Uko Inoyo, an accomplished Lawyer and Oil & Gas Professional take over as Vice President. A statement explained that the new Leadership emerged at the 47th Annual General Meeting of the Institute held 22nd April 2015.

The newly elected President, a pioneer Head of Human Resource and Administration & Senior Vice President of the African Finance Corporation (AFC) has over thirty (30) years experience at both technical and management levels in the Human Resource Management Profession, across the Oil & Gas and Financial Services Sector.

He holds an Honors Degree in Economics from the University of Ife with Post Graduate Diplomas (PGDs) in Human Resource Management from the Kingston Regional Management Centre, United Kingdom including Occupational Testing and Psychometrics, Theology and Leadership.

According to the statement, his experience spans across leading global multilateral institutions, one of which is Shell Nigeria where he served as the Human Resource Director, Deepwater Exploration And Production Business (SNEPCO) & Talent, Resourcing and Development Manager for Shell’s Africa regional business prior to joining the AFC.

Accordingly, the newly elected Vice President, Udom Inoyo, is the Executive Director, Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited and member of the Exxon Mobil Upstream Nigeria leadership council.

Udom is a Lawyer, administrator and accomplished Oil and Gas Professional holds both a Bsc. Degree in Political Science (1981) and an Ll.B in Law (1987) from the University of Calabar.

He was called to the Nigerian Bar as a Solicitor and Advocate of the Supreme Court of Nigeria in 1988. Inoyo has spent twenty-Six (26) out of his thirty years (30) working experience in the Oil & Gas sector in Nigeria, Europe and the United States of America, attending several management and leadership programmes within and outside the shores of Nigeria.

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