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BREAKING: First Bank Announces Gbenga Shobo As New MD/CEO

BREAKING: First Bank Announces Gbenga Shobo As New MD/CEOThe Board of First Bank at its meeting on Wednesday, approved the appointment of Mr Gbenga Shobo, currently Deputy Managing Director, as Managing Director designate of the bank. This decision is subject to all regulatory approvals.

The Genius Media Nigeria Shobo succeeds Sola Adeduntan, who will be leaving the bank in accordance with the bank’s term limit for its Chief Executives, after successfully leading the bank since January 2016.

The bank’s chairman Ibukun Awosika said in a statement on Wednesday in Lagos that the appointment was subject to all regulatory approvals.

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She added that Shobo succeeds Adesola Adeduntan who would be leaving the bank in accordance with its term limit for chief executives after successfully leading the institution since January 2016.

“These decisions will take effect from today, April 28, 2021. We are proud to announce Gbenga Shobo as our new Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer.

“His appointment has proven the resilience of our succession planning mechanisms and the value we place on our long-standing corporate governance practices, which underpin the institution’s enduring sustainability and 127-year legacy.

“Shobo has had a successful career in the bank and elsewhere, culminating in his appointment as the deputy managing director, in 2016 prior to his appointment as DMD.

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“The board is confident that Shobo has the experience and the understanding of the bank and the know-how to lead the bank through this next phase of growth, which is focused on positioning FirstBank as the preeminent bank in our chosen market, delivering value to our stakeholders,” Awosika said.

She added that the bank also appointed Abdullahi Ibrahim as deputy managing director.

According to her, Ini Ebong, Segun Alebiosu, Seyi Oyefeso and Bashirat Odunewu were also appointed as executive directors.

She noted that these decisions were subject to all regulatory approvals.

 

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