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PwC Nigeria admits new partner

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Leading professional services firm, PwC Nigeria has announced the admission of a new partner into the firm’s partnership, effective July 1, 2019.  The new partner, Tolu Adeleke, is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria. He has several years of experience providing audit and other assurance services to both private and public sector players. He has been involved in driving PwC’s regulatory audits while working on regulatory clients for over 10 years. 

As a partner, Adeleke will continue to lead the assurance practice in the Abuja office of the firm and will significantly contribute to other lines of service. He will also be focused on delivering assurance and other services to clients in Nigeria and across West Africa, developing new service offerings and pursuing other opportunities to deliver value for clients across various sectors. 

Commenting on the admission of the new partners, Country Senior Partner for PwC Nigeria, Uyi Akpata said: “I am delighted to welcome Tolu to the partnership. This is a tremendous achievement and the start of a new career journey. His unique skills and experiences combined with a passion for serving our clients and mentoring our people will enable PwC in Nigeria to sustain its market leadership in delivering the highest quality of services for our clients.”


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