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Ndi Okereke-Onyiuke still a recluse


UntitledFormer director general of the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE), Ndi Okereke-Onyiuke, is still missing in action in the public scene years after her controversial exit from NSE.

During her days as DG, she was a force to reckon with both in the social scene and in corporate Nigeria, where she was a permanent fixture for several years before her removal. During her tenure, wherever she went, the chant of DG always rented the air. But all that seems to have gone, more or less.

Ndi thereafter disappeared from the public glare, indeed avoided mixing with her front row friends in the high placed circle in the country.
At a time, she was said to have relocated abroad to cool off and further go on a study. However, despite all odds, she was to bring her technical know-how to bear on the Exchange at the inception of the Privatisation and Commercialisation Programme of the Federal Government.

As the head of the Exchange’s Quotations Department, she was the Chairman for the Technical Committee on Privatisation and Commercialisation (TCPC), now Bureau for Public Enterprises (BPE).Her laudable contributions to the committee’s achievements earned her special commendation from the Exchange and the Federal Government.

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