Shehu Abubakar, a Nigerian was born in August 28, 1959. He holds a B.Sc. (Business Management) from Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto in 1984 and an MBA from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria in 2011. Alhaji Abubakar had an extensive working career in the Banking Industry from 1987 to 2017 where he retired as Executive Director of Keystone Bank Limited after putting in about 29 years in the Industry. He was also at different times a Director on the Boards Global Bank of Liberia and KBL Health Care Limited. Alhaji Shehu Abubakar has attended many
courses in the course of his career within and outside Nigeria at the Lagos Business School, Harvard Business School, Columbia Business School and Wharton Business School among others. Alhaji Abubakar has a wide range of experience in Strategy, Leadership and Executive Management, Customer Relations and Management and Corporate Finance among other things. Alhaji Shehu Abubakar was appointed as an Independent Director on the Board of CCNN PLC on July 12, 2018.
Ahmed Aliyu, a Barrister-at- Law and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria, is the Company Secretary/Legal Adviser at Cement Company of Northern Nigeria. He has over 16 years’ experience in Litigation & Arbitration, Legal Drafting, Company Law, Capital Markets, Corporate Governance, Management and International Business among others.
Mr. Aliyu started his career at a Legal Firm after which he joined the Corporate Affairs Commission where he became a Zonal Manager in various State ofces of the Commission in Nigeria. He later
joined Cement Company of Northern Nigeria PLC as the Legal Manager, and was afterwards appointed as Company Secretary/Legal Adviser.
An alumnus of Ahmadu Bello University, Nigerian Law School and Harvard Law School (Executive Education), Mr. Aliyu is also a member of the International Bar Association, London, Nigerian Bar Association, and the Chartered Institute of Taxation among other professional bodies. He has attended many courses and conferences in the course of his career within and outside Nigeria.