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Nigerian CEO Ohimai Amaize Listed amongst 500 most influential CEOs on Social Media

I read from Linda the news that Ohimai Amaize, was named amongst world's top 500 most influential CEOs in the Social media world. Wow! We, on this blog need to make this list next year ooo.

Ohimai is a friend and runs Signal online newspaper and Olivier Pope Inc – an image crisis management communications firm.

You need to find out other CEOs that made the  list. Of course, you can already sight the Virgin boss, Richard Branson.

Their social media profiles played a major role in this ranking according to the founder of, Derin Cag. Congrats to Ohimai Amaize for making Nigerian CEOs stand out.


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