Former Ogun State deputy governor, Olusegun Adesegun, appointed director by Wema Bank

Former Ogun State deputy governor, Olusegun Adesegun, appointed director by Wema Bank

  • Olusegun Adesegun has joined Wema Bank as a non-executive director and will be providing policy decisions to the financial institution
  • The former deputy governor of Ogun State will also help Wema Bank with its planning exercise
  • Adesegun was twice a former Commissioner for Works and Housing in Ogun state

A former Ogun state deputy governor, Olusegun Adesegun, has been appointed by Wema Bank as a key stakeholder in its banking activities.

Wema Bank appointed Adesegun to offer advice on policymaking during the financial institution's board of directors meeting and other company engagement.

He was appointed into the post of a non-executive director, which also places on him, the responsibility of partaking in Wema Bank's planning exercises.

Former Ogun State deputy governor, Olusegun Adesegun, appointed by Wema Bank amid declining revenue
Wema Bank logo illustration. Photo: Wema Bank
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Newly-appointed Adesegun was twice a former Commissioner for Works and Housing in Ogun State.

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