BrandArena: Ekuma Eze Becomes Public Affairs & Communications Director of NBC

Tuesday 5 March 2019

Ekuma Eze Becomes Public Affairs & Communications Director of NBC

Nigerian Bottling Company (NBC) Limited, has formally appointed its Country CSR Manager, Mr. Ekuma Eze as the new Public Affairs and Communications Director effective from March 1, 2019.

In a statement signed by the Managing Director, George Polymenakos, the appointment is consistent with the Company’s commitment to promoting talent and growing leaders organically. Eze is expected to bring his wealth of experience to bear by consolidating on the company’s strategic business growth trajectory and developing talents in the Public Affairs and Communications team to deliver on the company’s goals. He is also expected to build on the good reputation of the company amongst its publics, stakeholder groups as well as effectively manage every aspect of NBC’s corporate relations.

Eze joined Nigerian Bottling Company (NBC) Limited in February 2010 as Regional Manager, Public Affairs and Communications and was responsible for supporting the objectives of the company through strong relationships and effective communications with all stakeholders as well as coordinating timely execution of its sustainable CSR programs, among other tasks.

Prior to this new appointment, he was the Country Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility, saddled with the task of developing sustainability strategies and implementing them in support of NBC’s strategic business priorities as well as conceptualizing, developing and facilitating the implementation of projects related to the company’s commitment to community relations.

Before joining NBC, he spent a couple of years in the banking industry where he managed media relations, internal communications, brand management, Corporate Social Responsibility and External Relations for three Nigerian banks. Eze also had a stint with journalism in Daily Independent Newspapers where he distinguished himself as a political reporter and production editor and later moved on to the banking industry from where he joined NBC.

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