Guinness Nigeria has appointed Professor Fabian Ajogwu and Mr. Paul Gallagher to its board as non-executive directors. A statement by the company said that Ajogwu, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), is the Principle Partner at Kenna Partners, he is also a Professor of Corporate Governance at Lagos Business School.
Ajogwu is an alumnus of the Said Business School of Oxford University and Lagos Business School.
He holds a doctorate degree in Law from University of Aberdeen, Scotland, master of Business Administration (MBA) from the IESE Business School, Barcelona and Law degrees from University of Nigeria, Nzuka and University of Lagos. Ajogwu is a fellow of the Society for Corporate Governance Nigeria (SCGN); fellow of the Nigerian Institute of Chartered Arbitrators (NICA); fellow of the African Leadership Initiative West Africa (ALIWA), Henry Crown Global Leadership of the Aspen Institute (HCGLAI) and a fellow of the AIFA Reading Society.
He is a member of the London Court of International Arbitration, Lagos Court of Arbitration and member of the International Council for Commercial Arbitration.
Mr. Paul Gallagher is a seasoned global supply and procurement expert with over 25 years experience, obtained a degree in Mechanical/Electrical Engineering from Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.
He joined Diageo in 1993 and is currently the global supply and procurement operational excellence director for Diageo responsible for the end-to-end procurement and supply chain across Africa including global accountability for excellence in operations.
SOURCE: New Telegraph, 12 November, 2018.