Nigerian Stock Exchange Members visit to Gas Terminalling on Gas Terminalling’s inclusion on the London Stock Exchange’s-List of Companies to Inspire Africa.
L-R: Olugbenga Kolawole: Team Lead| Domestic Primary Markets| NSE, Abubakar Folami: CFO| Gas Terminalling, Felix Ekundayo: MD| Gas Terminalling, Morayo Adekunle: Team Lead| Domestic Primary Markets| NSE, Oluwatayo Odetunde: Financial Controller| Gas Terminalling and Joshua Abhulimhen: Relationship Officer| NSE
Gas Terminalling has emerged one of 343 companies to inspire Africa. The report, recently released by the London Stock Exchange Group in partnership with the African Development Bank Group, CDC Group and PWC profiles privately-owned, dynamic and high-growth companies making giant strides in the continent. The profiled companies are also attracting global attention through their pivotal role of driving sustainable development throughout the continent.
The report featured 343 businesses in 42 African countries operating in 7 major sectors of the economy. 58 are Nigerian companies, and Gas Terminalling is one of them.
Commenting on the report, Oscar N. Onyema, President of the African Securities Exchanges Association and CEO of the Nigerian Stock Exchange says: “Firms that are helping to create jobs and drive sustainable development throughout Africa require and deserve proper financing. I salute the LSEG for the Companies to Inspire Africa initiative. Showcasing these impressive businesses in this publication should inspire more ‘African champions’ to rise to their potential.”
The Nigerian Stock Exchange on the heels of the feat, made a familiarization visit to Gas Terminalling and congratulated the company for its bravery, innovation and tenacity.