Questions After Release of Oando Forensic Report
Nigeria's Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) says that energy company Oando was given sufficient opportunity to be heard before they were penalised. Earlier, the SEC released a forensic audit report on Oando but a high court ruling stopped the commission from removing Group Chief Executive Officer Wale Tinibu and Deputy Group Chief Executive Officer Omamofe Boyo.
Nigerian oil company, Oando.
Premium Times, 9 June 2019
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Sunday said that Oando Plc was given sufficient opportunity of being heard before they were penalised. Read more »
Premium Times, 7 June 2019
Two non-executive directors of Nigerian Oil firm Oando Plc have resigned. Read more »
This Day, 6 June 2019
Capital market operators have called for the urgent intervention of the federal government in the conflict between the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Oando Plc. Read more »
Daily Trust, 4 June 2019
Shareholders of Oando Plc, and stakeholders in the capital market were thrown into uncertainty last Friday following the announcement of sanctions on the company and its management… Read more »
Vanguard, 3 June 2019
The Federal High Court has restrained the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) from removing Messrs Wale Tinibu and Omamofe Boyo as Oando Plc's Group Chief Executive Officer… Read more »
This Day, 2 April 2019
Oando Plc delivered good results and created value for its shareholders in its financial results for the full year ended, December 31, 2018, that was released yesterday. Read more »