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CIBN elects Olowu president, reconstitutes council 


The Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria has reconstituted its governing council with Dr. Uche Messiah Olowu emerging President and Chairman of council. 

The other elected officials that will run the affairs of the Institute included Mr. Bayo Williams Olugbemi, who emerged the first vice-president; Mr. Kenneth Onyewuchi Opara, 2nd Vice-President and Prof. Pius Oladeji Olanrewaju, National Treasurer.

Dr. Uche Olowu’s inauguration has been slated for Saturday, May 19, 2018 at an Investiture ceremony at the Bankers house, Victoria Island, Lagos. 


Before his election as President, Dr. Uche Olowu has been the Institute’s 1st Vice President and Chairman, Board of Fellows/Practice Licenses of the Institute. He is a seasoned professional banker and astute scholar with over 30 years cognate experience. He has a Masters degree in Business Administration (MBA) in Management from Rivers State University of Science & Technology (RUST), Port Harcourt, where he traditionally capped it with a Doctorate of Philosophy degree (Ph.D.) in management-Organisational Behaviour.

Other elected officers to occupy some elective positions of the Governing Council under the two years regime are four newly elected members: Mrs. Yvonne Isitchei, Mr. Abdulrahman Yinusa, Mr. Adewunmi Olusola Adeniyi and Mrs. Mercy Toyin Ojo.

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