African Capital Alliance Replaces CEO following ministerial appointment of Okey Enelamah

11 Nov 2015

Okey Enelamah, Co-Founder and CEO of African Capital Alliance (ACA), was today appointed by President Muhammadu Buhari to serve as the Minister for Industry, Trade & Investment of the Federal Government of Nigeria.

With this appointment, Okey Enelamah has resigned as CEO of ACA after eighteen years of service to the firm. He is being replaced by Cyril Odu, a Partner at ACA, who joined the firm in March 2012 as the Head of the Energy Team. Since joining ACA, Cyril has concluded a series of deals in the energy sector and is regarded as an expert in the investment space in Nigeria. Prior to ACA, Cyril built a successful career at Mobil and rose to the position of Vice Chairman of the Board of Mobil Producing Nigeria and Chief Financial Officer of the ExxonMobil Upstream Companies in Nigeria.

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