ICAN appoints Okwuadigbo, 55th President.


Mazi Nnamdi Okwuadigno, has been appointed the 55th President of the Professional accountants under the aegis of Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN).
Okwuadigbo whose appointment was announced had served as the immediate past vice president of the Association. Born in September 1950, he hails from Abia State, and holds a first degree in accountancy from the University of Nigeria Nsukka, Enugu State.
He joined the profession in 1982, as associate member and has been a member of ICAN’s Council since 2007, serving in various committees and capacities for the institution.
Okwuadigbo had worked in Union Bank, accounting firms, and the Ministry of Finance.
During his investiture in Lagos the new ICAN President declared that the position is a clarion call to service for all who have a stake in a value-driven profession and the virility of the Institute.
He assured that in the next 12-months, the leadership would strive to improve the quality of service delivery such that stakeholders find the need to be associated with the Institute and
According to him, “I promise to give my best to the cause of the profession and the Institute at all times no matter the odds. Given the quality of members of the Presidency and Council, whose


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