Former Commonwealth Lawyers Association (CLA) president Mrs. Boma Ozobia has been appointed a member of the MNCapital Africa Advisors ( MNCAA) advisory board.

MNCAA is a South Africa-based firm which offers corporate advisory, capital raising and market entry services, with partners in key African markets, including Botswana, DRC, Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania and Zimbabwe, as well as key financial centers across the globe.

Ozobia was the first woman CLA President in over 50 year. She was on the Board of Trustees of the Royal Commonwealth Society and also served as the Chairwoman of the Association of Women Solicitors of England and Wales between 2005/2006. She was awarded national honours of Officer of the Order of the Niger (OON) in September 2014.

MNCAA Managing Partner Mansur Nuruddin said: “Boma’s wealth of experience will enable us to provide a much higher level of service to our international clients looking to invest in Nigeria as well as our clients in Nigeria seeking capital and international partners.”

Ozobia said: “MNCapital Africa Advisers is well positioned to drive economic growth and employment in Africa through its expert advisory services and strategic partnerships. I am delighted to be a part of this and look forward to working with the team to achieve the corporate objectives.”

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