Nabil Saleh emerges PHCCIMA new president
Nabil Ahmed Saleh, has emerged the new President of the Port Harcourt Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (PHCCIMA). He took over from Dr. Emi Membere-Otaji, during the PHCCIMA’s 61st yearly meeting held in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
Until his new position, Saleh was the first Deputy President of PHCCIMA, and also the Managing Director, M. Saleh & Company Limited, an energy and agricultural company dealing in the sale and servicing of high-quality generators, transformers, tractors, concrete mixers, waste bins, and other heavy-duty equipment.
He is also the Chief Executive Officer, Golden Sands Systems and Materials Limited, a limited liability company based in Port Harcourt, and currently a super-agent for Ntel. Saleh is result-driven, self-motivated, innovative, and resourceful with proven ability to develop and strengthen management teams in order to maximise company profitability and proficiency.He holds a BSc (Hons) in Business Administration from the Beirut Arab University. He is also the Second Vice Chairman, Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (Rivers/Bayelsa States Branch).
Saleh was elected alongside Mike Elechi, MD/CEO Vintage Farms Limited, as the first Deputy President; Dr. Chinyere Nwoga, MD/CEO of Solozone Limited, second Deputy President; Tony Nwogbo, MD/CEO of Osforce Nigeria Limited, Treasure; Hanson Oriaku, MD/CEO Custom Realities, Financial Secretary; and Mrs. Mercy Abu Bello, MD/CEO, IHP Industrial Services Limited, as Publicity Secretary.
Others were Dr. Innocent Akuvue, MD/CEO of GGI Group Limited; Godwin Etim, MD/CEO, Goddy Chemicals Limited; Uche Onochie, MD/CEO Maddison Energy; Mrs. A.O Afolabi, MD/CEO LA Kings Hotel and Conference Centre; Mrs. Floretta Halliday, MD/CEO Menage Limited; and Emma Wike, MD/CEO Emma Wike & Partners.
In her remark, the NACCIMA President, Iyalode Alaba Lawson, represented by Simon Asite, commended the peaceful conduct of the election and the cordial relationships that exist within. She also commended the outgoing administration led by Membere-Otaji for the various achievements and milestones including getting an allocation for a permanent trade fair ground for the chamber.
She urged the incoming administration to sustain the momentum, and build on the success of the last administration, entrench peace, unity, equity, justice, and fair play in all their dealings.