Mr. Paul Usoro SAN, a luminary in telecommunication law has formally left the board of Premium Pension Limited after completing two terms totaling six years. Mr. Usoro was an independent board member and the chairman of the company’s Board Audit Committee and played immeasurable part in consolidating the company’s core values defined by corporate governance and global best practice.
“I wish to express my sincere gratitude to other board members and stakeholders for allowing Mr. Usoro serve on the board of Premium Pension Limited” said the chairman of the board, Mr. Aliyu Abdulrahman Dikko in Abuja recently during a special send-forth luncheon organized in honor of Mr. Usoro. “In these past six years his positive imprint are visible and indelible, his dedication and punctuality are unparalleled and we thank him immensely for all the positive influence.”
A member of the board, Architect Yinusa Yakubu described Mr. Usoro as a source of inspiration and learning; an assertion that was corroborated by Mr. Kayode Akande, the company’s executive director of operations and services. “We now have a more robust audit committee owing to the influence of Mr. Paul Usoro” he said. “He impacted positively on all of us in management and the entire company at large. The entire board would miss him.”
Mr. Usoro in his response declared that he would remain a part of Premium Pension Limited and is disposed to continued contribution towards the steady growth of the company. “I will continue to identify with the company and make my services available” he said. “Premium Pension board is one in which I felt very much at home.”
Premium Pension Limited is one of the leading pension fund administrators in the country and prides itself on having a robust and versatile board membership made up of highly skilled Nigerian professionals drawn from various parts of the country.