Mr Godwin Abimbola Livestock Feeds’ Non-Executive Director resigns

The Board of Livestock Feeds Plc has announced to the Nigerian Stock Exchange, and the investing public the resignation of Mr Godwin Abimbola Samuel as a Non-Executive Director on the Board of the Company.



This announcement was made in a notification issued by the Company Secretary, Mrs. Rose Hamis.

According to Mrs Hamis, the resignation of Mr Samuel as a Non-Executive Director on the Board of Livestock Feeds Plc became effective on 31st December 2020.

What you should know

Mr Samuel was appointed to the Board of Livestock Feeds Plc on February 2013, and served in this position until his resignation.

His resignation from Livestock Feeds Plc comes after his retirement from UAC of Nigeria, the Parent Company of Livestock Feeds Plc, which he represented on the Board of the Company.

About Mr. Samuel

Mr. Samuel worked as a Senior Counsel with Messrs Deji Sasegbon & Co., and had a brief stint as Law Lecturer with the Lagos State University, Ojo before joining UAC of Nigeria Plc. on 15th October 1997 where he worked variously as Deputy Manager, Legal Services, Manager, Legal Services and National Customer Service Manager, UAC Foods Snacks Category.

On 15th November, 2006, he was appointed Company Secretary/Legal Adviser of UAC of Nigeria Plc., a position he holds till date. He is also the Company Secretary of UACN Property Development Company Plc and Chemical & Allied Products Plc among others within the UACN group. He is a Non-Executive Director of UAC Registrars Limited. He was appointed to the Board of Livestock Feeds Plc on February 2013.

Mr. Samuel holds an LL.B (Hons) Second class (Upper Division) of Lagos State University, Ojo (1990). He was called to the Bar in 1991 with a Second class (Upper Division) performance in the Nigerian Law School Bar examinations.

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