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Cutix Plc to honour Ambassador Nwosu at 40th AGM

Cutix Plc has said it will recognise and honour its co-founder and chairman, Ambassador Okwudili Nwosu, for his exceptional dedication spanning over 41 years of…

Cutix Plc has said it will recognise and honour its co-founder and chairman, Ambassador Okwudili Nwosu, for his exceptional dedication spanning over 41 years of service.

The company, in a statement, announced plans for a grand event to honour Ambassador Nwosu after its 40th Annual General Meeting in Anambra State.

Ambassador Nwosu, a former senior executive of the defunct Benue Cement Company Plc (BCC), joined the company in 1982 at the invitation of the founder, Dr. Ajulu Uzodike.  Throughout  his  tenure  with  Cutix  Plc,  Ambassador Nwosu held various  significant  positions,  including  Project  Manager,  General  Manager,  Deputy Managing Director, and ultimately, Managing Director—a role he held until his retirement in 1994.

“His unwavering dedication  and  strong  leadership were  evident through his  consistent presence on the Board of Directors from  1983 to 2011 when he assumed the role of Chairman from 2011 to 2012.

He resigned his position as chairman when he was appointed the Nigerian Ambassador to Burundi by then President Goodluck Jonathan—a position he held with distinction from 2012 to 2015.

Following his return, Ambassador Nwosu was elected to the board in 2016 as a non-executive director, subsequently taking on the mantle of chairman in 2018,” the statement noted.

Cutix Plc, which specialises in the manufacture   and   distribution of  electrical,   automobile,   and telecommunication wires, cables, and associated products, was incorporated on November 4, 1982 as a private limited liability company.

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