Saturday, 21 November 2015


Barrister Dan Owor Agbor, Chairman, UAC of Nigeria Plc.
The most sought after business consultants, researchers and publishers, Tectono Business Review, gathered that the UAC of Nigeria Plc has appointed Barrister Dan Owor Agbor as the Chairman of the Company.

This development is as a result of the resignation of Senator Udoma Udo Udoma from its board after he was appointed Ministers of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Barrister Agbor, 55, is a seasoned lawyer who is the Managing Partner of one of the leading commercial law firms in the country, Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie. We gathered that he joined the firm in September 1990 and has had a distinguished practice in areas covering banking, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, finance, tax, and the laws relating to foreign investment. He holds the following qualifications: Bachelor of Law (LL.B), B. Sc. in Political Science and M.PA (Masters in Public Administration).

Barrister Agbor, who worked as a Company Secretary/Legal Adviser of Gulf Bank of Nigeria Limited, also worked variously at the Corporate Finance and Legal Departments of Citibank (formerly Nigeria International Bank Limited) as well as a Solicitor in the firm of Ajumogobia, Okeke & Oyebode, a Lagos-based firm of legal practitioners engaged in the general commercial practice of law.