NACC announces Akomolafe as new President
The Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce (NACC) has announced Otunba Oluwatoyin Akomolafe as the new President to pilot the affairs of the Chamber for another three years.
The President, in his inaugural address at the chamber’s yearly general meeting of the Chamber in Lagos stated that he will focus on re-branding and revitalizing the image of the Chamber, balance the American and Nigerian aspects of the organization as well as modernize its communication strategy.
Akomolafe obtained a degree in the Department of Agriculture, University of Ibadan and on completion of his course he went straight into the business of import and export.
He was later head hunted by the West Africa Portland Cement Company (WAPCO) in 1979 where he rose to the position of Western Regional Area Manager when he left in 1988. While under the employment of WAPCO, he never gave up on setting up his business.
From 1989 he established Index Brook Limited with a vision to building it up into an integrated Oil and Gas company.
Akomolafe has devoted his career to nurturing Index Brook limited into a Group of Companies operating in different countries, providing consultancy services, project management and engineering services to the major oil and gas companies in the industry and across the world, these companies include Index Brook Nigeria, Index Brook Guyana, Canyon Offshore Mozambique, Pasedena Exploration and Production, Index Brook Angola and Index Brook Ghana.
“I want to fully participate in all economic fora and partner with leaders and leading organizations that could propel us toward a successful future. I also want this organization to commit to serving its members, providing more networking and business opportunities”, he added.
He is an active member of the Christian Friends Society, Arch Bishop Vining Memorial Church, Ikeja, Lagos; the Ikoyi Club; The Metropolitan Club; The Regents Park Club, London; The West Lake Country Club, Houston, Texas amongst other societies, social clubs, professional associations and non-profit organizations.
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