The Group Managing Director of the Obijackson Group, Dr. Ernest Azudialu- Obiejesi is scheduled to speak at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) Africa Summit on Saturday 23 April 2016. In its third year, the annual summit is an assemblage of prominent business leaders, decision makers from an array of African governments, the private sector, as well as global collaborators working across Africa.
Past speakers of the Summit included Vice-President of Nigeria, Yemi Osinbajo; Minister of Commerce of Cote d’Ivoire, Hon. Jean Louis Billon, and a Senior Partner at McKinsey & Company, Acha Leke
According to a statement, the 2016 edition of the summit, with a focus on Africa within a global context, will discuss how countries on the continent can capitalise on opportunities and address challenges shaped by their position in a global context.
Azudialu- Obiejesi who will be on the energy panel along other accomplished individuals and business leaders, will discuss opportunities and challenges facing the Africa’s energy sector. His perspectives will reflect his several years of involvement in the Nigerian energy sector with references to his experiences managing arguably West Africa’s foremost wholly indigenous conglomerate which include Century Power Limited, Nestoil Limited and Neconde Energy Limited.
According to the Obijackson Group’s spokesperson, Olusegun Fafore “The global position of LSE in academia; the summit’s objective of highlighting Africa’s successes and engaging with relevant minds on addressing challenges through research and business, is an agenda we at Nestoil Oil, a subsidiary of the Obijackson Group identify with and are proud to support.”