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Extraordinary CEO: Ifeanyi Ubah of Capital Oil

We celebrate Ifeanyi Ubah, CEO at Capital Oil for saving Nigeria from black-out and deaths in Hospitals when he defied the NUPENG strike to make PMS available 48 hours ago. This believer in Nigeria and the largest investor in the downstream oil sector, made sure he supplied 15million litres of fuel to Nigerians to prevent the comatose in the econmony caused by scarcity.

He gave an insightful detail about his personality, how government dealt with the monies being owed them as oil marketers and much more on Channels TV. For being a humanitarian and patriotic CEO, we celebrate him. We encourage patriotism above personal gain and CEOs like him are taking the lead.


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