Tuesday, 7 May 2019

WE SHOULD BEGIN TO THINK OF HOW WE CAN CONTRIBUTE TO NIGERIA’S ECONOMY, SAYS FBN HOLDINGS GMD, URUM EKE, AS REUNITES WITH DELOITTE ALUMNI

Uru Eke, GMD, FBN Holdings Plc
Even though he is now the Group Managing Director of First Bank of Nigeria Holdings Plc, Urum Eke, who was once a partner at Deloitte was not left out of the reunion of friends and colleagues united by the prestigious firm that gathered to wine and dine. http://www.tectono-business.com/2016/02/contemporary-step-by-step-guide-to.html

While addressing his colleagues and friends during the reunion, Eke urged them to think of how to help society as their services were urgently needed for economic growth.

The banking colossus said, “Having been trained by Deloitte, we should begin to think of how we can contribute to Nigeria’s economy. Most businesses fail fundamentally due to weak corporate governance and it can affect in various ways. Companies today are in serious need of professionals like us. We shouldn’t just be focused on running our own businesses alone because the country will continue to suffer.

“Without a strong board of directors, it is just a matter of time before a company collapses. It is the different perspectives of various board members that enrich a company, and we are needed to play those roles.”

Eke equally showed appreciation to the organising chairman, Committee for Deloitte Friends, Supo Adigun, for bringing everyone together.

At the event, another top accountant was Lateef Bakare who is a director at First Bank of Nigeria Limited. http://www.tectono-business.com/2016/02/contemporary-step-by-step-guide-to.html Tectono Business Review gathered that during his time at Deloitte, Bakare was highly respected, as he trained most of the workers at a time.

In his speech, Bakare commended the initiative of the committee. “This is a reunion of people who joined Deloitte in 1984. It is important for them to develop a relationship,” he said.

He stated that as a trainer, he was free with many of them even though he was far ahead in position. “We related like colleagues and partners in progress. I am not really young but I was relatively young when you look at my position at Deloitte at a time,” he added.

While explaining the purpose of the reunion, Adigun said there was a need for them to bond as a family and grow for the benefit of the society. He said, “We all plan to retire very soon. We should be able to know what is happening in one another’s lives and see the benefit we can get from one another.”

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