The Securities and Exchange Commission has said the court cases instituted by Oando Plc challenging the directives in the commission are still ongoing.
Oando Joins Business Leaders From 100-Plus Countries To Pledge Support For Multilateralism As The United Nations Turns 75
Oando Plc, Nigeria’s leading indigenous energy solutions provider, endorsed and celebrated the United Nations’ (UN) 75th anniversary by joining over 1,250 business leaders from more than 100 countries, to pledge support for the UN and inclusive multilateralism Statement for Renewed Global Cooperation.
Oando Hosts 3 rd Webinar Series Themed ‘The Inequality Virus: Revolution Based Change To Achieve Inclusive Growth’
Oando PLC is set to host the third edition of its webinar series themed ‘The Inequality Virus: Revolution Based Change to Achieve Inclusive Growth’.
Oando & IoD Host Webinar On Leadership Strategies For Navigating The Impact Of The COVID-19 Pandemic
In conjunction with the institute of Directors Nigeria, Oando PLC hosted a high-level webinar on leadership strategies to navigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, with the objective of bringing together key public and private sector contributors to the Nigerian economy, to discuss and proffer solutions on the way forward post the COVID-19 pandemic, taking learnings from already affected countries and industries.
The impact of the global pandemic that is COVID-19 on world economies and human lives is so far reaching, it would be impractical to expect Governments alone to fix. From the onset private sector companies and individuals globally have seen it as their civic duty to help in the containment of the virus and the Nigerian private sector has been no different. With the number of confirmed cases in Nigeria growing, we have seen over the past few weeks, private sector companies in the FMCG, Financial Services and FINTECH sectors stepping up to the mantle to support the Government’s efforts to tackle the spread of coronavirus and also as a show of good corporate citizenship.
By Francis Oduwole On Monday, July 22, lawyers to the Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC and Oando Plc will have their day in the Federal High Court. While Oando Plc will be proving that its regulator overreached itself, and SEC on the other hand will show that investor protection was at the heart of all […]
The Federal High Court in Lagos has restrained the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) from enforcing a fine of N89, 675,000 against Oando Plc.
A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has adjourned till July 22 for the hearing of the substantive suit brought by two chief executive officers of Oando Plc, seeking enforcement of their rights.
A group of stakeholders in the capital market, Consolidated Capital Market Stakeholders Forum (CCMSF), has stated that the Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC followed due process in the suspension of the Directors Of Oando Plc.
As the legal hostility between the embattled Directors of Oando Plc,Jubril Adewale Tinubu,Godwin Omamofe Boyo and Security and Exchange Commission SEC ranges on, the legal battle is expected to begin on Monday June 24,2019 for hearing .