- The Chief Executive Officer acquired 22.5 million shares of UAC Nigeria for N10.3kobo per share
- Folasope Aiyesimoju spent N231.7 million on the shares to increase his investment at the company
- Aiyesimoju is a majority shareholder at UAC Nigeria, with a total share worth N3.39 billion before the recent acquisition
The Chief Executive Officer of UAC Nigeria, Folasope Aiyesimoju, has purchased more shares at the company to increase his investment in the company. The acquisition was done on May 11.
Aiyesimoju paid N231.7 million to acquire 22.5 million shares from the food and beverage company where he has served for three years. He purchased the stocks at N10.3kobo per share.
He purchased a total of 22,500,000 in a single transaction on a day the company recorded 38,274,061 shares exchanged among investors and shareholders. Aiyesimoju's investment pushed UAC Nigeria's stock up by N0.15kobo within two days.
Prior to the acquisition last week Tuesday, the Estate Management graduate had direct shareholding of 31,569 and 334,498,403 indirect shares, bringing his total shares at UAC Nigeria to 334,529,972 as at first quarter of 2021.
This put Aiyesimoju's fortune from UAC Nigeria at N3.39 billion, as the company's stock price currently trade at N10.45kobo per share. The CEO's new investment also cement his position as the majority shareholder at the company.
Note that Aiyesimoju Is a founding partner at Themis Capital Management and founder of Foodpro Limited. He had worked with Standard IBTC as head of Merger and Acquisition.
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