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L:-Vice President, IoD, Chief Chris Okunowo, President and Chairman, IoD, Alhaji Ahmed Rufai Mohammed, 2nd VicePresident, IoD, Dr. (Mrs) Ije Jidenma presenting the membership certificate to Globacom's Executive Vice Chairman, Mrs Bella Disu at the 2019 Induction Ceremony of the Institute of Directors held on Thursday at Eko Hotel, Lagos.

Globacom’s EVC, Bella Disu, joins others for Institute of Directors certification

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It was a glorious moment for Globacom’s Executive Vice Chairman, Mrs Bella Disu, as she joined 65 others for certification by the prestigious Institute of Directors at the February 2019 New Members Induction ceremony of the Institute held at Eko Hotels on Thursday.

Mrs Disu was listed among those who bagged the Institute’s full membership, just as some others got associate membership, while three Directors got life membership at the induction ceremony where the charge was administered by the Institute’s 1st Vice President, Chief Chris Okunowo.

Mrs Disu, in her early 30s, joined Globacom in 2004 and she is also a Director of Julius Berger Plc, the biggest construction company in Nigeria.

Thee President and Chairman of the Governing Council of the Institute, Alhaji Ahmed Rufai Mohammed, while welcoming guests and inductees to the ceremony, charged the inductees on the importance of corporate governance to lead successfully and urged them to continue on a path of continuous learning to remain remain competent.

Delivering a key-note lecture on the theme “Eight Technologies every Director needs to be aware of”, the Chief Economist for PricewaterhouseCoopers, Dr. Andrew Nevin, declared that the number of private sector companies should be increased in the country to banish poverty, adding that the largest foreign exchange earner for Nigeria are its people working in the diaspora.

He listed the eight technologies needed to include Cloud computing, Artificial Intelligence, 3D Printing, Drones, Virtual Reality, Internet of Things, Robotics and Blockchain, urging the inductees to get familiar with them to enhance their capacity and competence.


Executive Vice Chairman, Globacom, Mrs Bella Disu proudly displays her  membership certificate after the 2019 Induction Ceremony of the Institute of Directors on Thursday at Eko Hotel, Lagos where she was inducted along with 65 other directors.

Responding on behalf of the inductees, Mr. Akin Fanimokun of First Bank said the new members would uphold the ethics of the profession at all times by being good ambassadors of the Institute.

The Institute of Directors was established 35 years ago to professionally develop Directors by imbuing them with leadership skills to enable them to lead their organisations well and develop the country.

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