WAPCO Appoints Adepeju Adebajo and Anders Kristiansson as Directors

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Wednesday, October 29, 2014 8.10 PM/ NSE

 

Lafarge Africa Plc has notified The Nigerian Stock Exchange of the appointment of Mrs Adepeju Adebajo and Anders Kristiansson into the board of Lafarge Africa Plc.

 

Mrs Adebajo is currently the MD WAPCO Operations. Prior to this, she served as the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director at Mouka Limited. She was already the CEO, UTC Nigeria Plc, where she successfully turned the business around.

 

She previously headed strategic planning, brand management and product development at United Bank for Africa and has had management consulting experience at Boston Consulting Group in the UK and financial analysis experience at Citibank in the UK.

 

Peju holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) from the Imperial College of Science & Technology, London; a Master of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) from the University of London; and a Master of Business Administration, Harvard University, Boston. She was appointed to the Board of Lafarge Africa Plc on October 27th 2014.

 

Anders Kristiansson is a Swedish citizen who started his career with Procter & Gamble (P&G) in Scandinavia and thereafter worked for P&G in South Africa. He has been a Global Divisional Controller for Eaton Automotive working in Europe and North America, whereafter he went back to Africa to oversee Celtel's (today Airtel) finance departments across its African operations as Director of Financial Operations.

 

He moved to Nigeria in 2008 as Group CFO for PZ Cussons Nigeria, managing Finance and IT for PZ's five Nigerian companies. Prior to joining Lafarge, he was the CFO for NBC/Coca-Cola HBC's operations in Nigeria.

 

He holds a Master of Science Degree in Business Administration and Economics from the Gothenburg University, Sweden. He was appointed to the Board of Lafarge Africa Plc on October 27th 2014.

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