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Deputy GCE, Oando PLC

Mr. Omamofe (Mofe) Boyo is the Deputy Group Chief Executive of Oando PLC where he drives the execution of the Group’s strategy. He joined Oando PLC in 2001 as Executive Director and was appointed Deputy Group Chief Executive in 2004.

Mofe has over 25 years of executive management experience covering strategy formulation, transaction execution, institutional restructuring and policy development in the downstream, midstream and upstream oil and gas sectors. In 2015, Mofe midwifed Oando’s $1.5 billion acquisition of ConocoPhillips Nigeria business, which transformed Oando into a predominantly upstream oil and gas company. He oversaw the integration of both companies ensuring a seamless transition through streamlining human resources, processes and technology systems and was particularly instrumental in managing the engagement of the relevant public sector bodies during the transaction.  Mofe advised the Nigerian Bureau of Public Enterprises on the privatisation of oil and gas assets and remains a principal liaison between the industry, the regulatory authorities, and the government on change and efficiency issues as they affect the oil and gas sector.

Prior to his appointment as Deputy Group Chief Executive, Mofe doubled as CEO of Oando Marketing PLC, a leading indigenous petroleum marketing company in Nigeria, as well as CEO of Oando Supply and Trading, where he transformed the company into one of Africa’s largest private oil trading companies.

Mofe started his career with Chief Rotimi Williams’ Chambers, a leading Nigerian law firm, where he specialized in shipping and oil services and worked on several joint venture transactions between the NNPC and major international oil companies. He joined the Ocean and Oil Group in 1994, where he guided the Group’s strategic development leading to the acquisition of a controlling interest in Unipetrol PLC (now Oando PLC).

Mofe holds a bachelor’s degree in Law (LLB) from Kings College, London and has attended Advanced Management Programmes at INSEAD. He is a member of the Nigerian Bar Association, the Institute of Directors and the Nigeria Business Council for Sustainable Development (NBCSD). He currently serves on the board of several companies including Oando Energy Resources, Oando Trading, Ocean and Oil Development Partners, Crown Interactive, Temple Productions and Lagos Preparatory School.

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