Browsing: Tony Elumelu

In a 14-day Leadership Excellence Awards voting by Nigerians via online platforms, monitored by the News Agency of Nigeria, Obi Cubana was voted ahead of three other nominees.

Soon afterwards, I overheard someone say now is the time for my immediate past dean at the LASU School of Communication, Prof. Rotimi Olatunji. I was keen on hearing Prof. Olatunji’s reaction. I was really anxious hoping seriously he would like to do it so we can sit down to organise our home front with all the credible and smart experts and take time to formulate a winning formula. I was so confident he would   immediately earn the support of everyone at LASUSOC. I also believe the man with the ceaselessly rising profile would clinch the UNIOSUN ticket.

The report, which was delivered in the form of a personal letter from TEF Founder, Tony O. Elumelu, reiterates that equipping young people with the tools and the opportunities to succeed through entrepreneurship, is the only sustainable, dignified way to create a path to prosperity for all

The leaders, including the President of Liberia, George Weah; United States Senator Chris Coons; President and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the African Export-Import Bank, Prof. Benedict Okey Oramah; President, International Committee of the Red Cross, Peter Maurer, spoke on Monday at the virtual Leadership Panel, which was moderated by the Chairman, UBA Plc, Tony Elumelu

The United Bank for Africa Plc, through the UBA Foundation, has donated the sum of N28.5 million to the Ondo State Government as its contribution to the fight against the Coronavirus disease.

The Kwara State Government has commended the Chairman of BUA Group, Abdulsamad Rabiu; Chairman of the Tony Elumelu Foundation, Tony Elumelu; and United Bank for Africa for their financial support to strengthen the national and subnational campaigns against the spread of Coronavirus Disease.

Economist, philanthropist and entrepreneur, Anthony Onyeamaechi Elumelu, this week graces the studio of African Voices, where he will share his inspiring story of sheer grit and excellence, which catapulted him from a mere salesman to a serial entrepreneur and mentor to thousands of budding African businessmen.

He has been in Japan for about 30 years, married to a Japanese woman, with whom he has – wait for it – seven children. Go ye into the world and multiply, replenish the earth and subdue it, the Good Book says. Bishop Adebayo has obeyed both the letter and spirit of the commandment. He has shown how prolific Nigerians can be