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President of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria.

Pharm. Prof. Cyril Odianose Usifoh, FPSN, FNAPharm, FPCPharm an Academic Pharmacist obtained B.Pharm- Obafemi Awolowo University; MSc-Sussex University and PhD from Westfalischen Wilhelms-University. He is presently the President of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria. His scholarly works have earned him a number of awards, including the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) for research in biologically active heterocycles; the Tetfund National Research Grant as Principal Investigator in “The use of Pesticides in food preservation’’ and the 2017 May & Baker Professional Service Award in Pharmacy. In 2009, Marzouk moved to Germany for family reasons and has since been working in the cleanroom technology industry. Marzouk spent the last 8 years working at DITTEL engineering GmbH, Schlehdorf and in parallel supported the Adriatic institute of technology, Ancona, Italy for the "Shellbe" project. During this time he also volunteered at the German Cleanroom Institute DDRI e.V. as responsible for events and marketing.

During this time, he collaborated with various organizations and organized international events that built various bridges between the European and Middle Eastern markets.

In parallel, Marzouk was responsible for training courses for 5 years in cooperation with IHK Munich and Upper Bavaria to bring more than 150 qualified technicians to the market.


In 2022, Marzouk joined vali.sys gmbh Bubikon, Switzerland as Head of Business Development with the aim to establish the company on the international market and to build even more bridges.

Chief Pharmacist at Federal Medical Center

Lion Pharm Stephen Onojomete FPCPharm is the Chief Pharmacist at Federal Medical Centre, Ebute Metta, Lagos. He is a graduate of the prestigious University of Benin with a master’s degree in clinical pharmacy from the University of Lagos. He is a Fellow of the West African Postgraduate College of Pharmacists and a graduate of the University of Washington Leadership in Health Management Institute. He joined the services of the Federal Medical Centre, Ebute Lagos in 2010 where he has rising through the ranks over the years to his current position as  the Chief Pharmacist

Managing Director AMENA Africa LTD.

Holger is a Market Entry Strategist, Private Sector Development Specialist and Entrepreneur with 15 years’ Africa experience in the private, public and third sector. He is a strong believer in the market potential of African countries and developed a unique approach to assist companies entering and growing their business on the continent. He founded AMENA Africa Ltd., a market advisory firm headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya with operations across Africa’s key markets, Nigeria, South Africa and Ghana. AMENA Africa primarily provides advisory and implementation support to international companies looking to expand or optimize their operations in Africa. 

CEO of Katchey Company Limited

Dr. Kate is an audacious trailblazing entrepreneur with an unflinching belief that nothing can be impossible to the one who is determined to achieve success. The founder and CEO of Katchey Company Limited, the dominant player in the Science Laboratory equipment space in Nigeria, Kate is a modern day multi-preneur, having, in addition to KATCHEY, founded LEEISA Inc. in Los Angeles, USA in 1993 and purchased SCIACHEM in the UK in 2016. Kate is the current President of the Scientific Product Association of Nigeria, SPAN, a collaborative association of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of Laboratory Equipment and consumables. 

President of the African Packaging Organization


Alhaji Ahmed Alex Omah has more than 30 years of working experience in the Packaging Industry, with visits to more than 38 Countries attending packaging Training and conferences.

He is the Founder/President of Graphics Packaging Communications LLC. Owners of Packaging Academy, Publisher of Nigeria Packaging Journal and Producer of Packaging News on WebTV.

Omah is President of the African Packaging Organization (APO). He co-founded APO in 2012 at Santon, Johannesburg. APO is a packaging association with members in Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tunisia, and Tanzania. Omah is CEO of Labels and Labelling Packaging. 

Country Manager at Unosource Pharma (An Akums Enterprise), Lagos.

Mustua is a visionary and highly talented executive with over 28 years of hands-on experience in the Life Sciences and Pharmaceutical industry. He has a successful track record not only in pharmaceuticals but also in the Petrochemicals, Plastics, Chemicals, and Packaging sectors. Mustua Ali, an alumnus of Harvard Business School and a qualified Pharmacist, has received honors for his groundbreaking efforts in Business Development & Relationships Management. His core competencies extend beyond Sales & Marketing, including proficiency in managing entire business operations to P&L status. 

Director, International and Public Sector Relations at the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Temitope began her career twenty years ago as a production assistant on the Business Desk of African Independent Television; she later rose to the position of Broadcast Journalist/Newscaster before she left in December 2008. While at AIT, Temitope produced and reported the stock market trading activities daily and several special reports on the Nigerian Economy. She joined the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry in 2009 as its first Advocacy Manager. As Advocacy Manager, she initiated several engagements to help advocate for the needs of Businesses in Nigeria. 

Deputy Director of NAFDAC

Aina comes with over 20 years of expansive and diverse Regulatory knowledge and experience in Pharmaceuticals, Medical Devices and Food. He is a World Health Organization (WHO) FOCAL PERSON on In-Vitro Diagnostics (IVD). He is Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Leadership and Governance, FCILG (USA). He is the current Chapter Chairman of the Nigerian Institute of Food, Science and technology (NIFST), Lagos. He is a Past Class Governor at RCCG Nehemiah Leadership Institute (NLI) -2019 Cohort, and a member of African Medical Devices Forum (AMDF), International Medical Devices Regulators Forum (IMDRF), Nutrition Society of Nigeria (NSM) , and ICCON.

National Chairman of the Association of Industrial Pharmacists of Nigeria, NAIP


Kenneth is the Founder of Tricare Pharma Nigeria Ltd, and right now the Managing Director/CEO of Xential Pharmaceticals Nigeria Limited, Lagos, Nigeria. Pharm. Ken Onuegbu is currently the National Chairman, Association of Industrial Pharmacists of Nigeria, NAIP, which is a technical arm of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria saddled with the responsibility of taking care of the business interest of Pharmacists in the Industrial sector of the Pharma Industry -importation, manufacturuing, drug distribution, sales and marketing. Kenneth was the Country Manager/CEO of Dafra Pharma Nigeria Limited, a Belgium based multinational with great business interest in Africa. 

Associate Professor and Head of Department, Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology, Faculty of Pharmacy University of Lagos

Her research expertise spans novel drug delivery techniques, for the development of HIV microbicides, contraceptive technologies, cosmeceuticals, and wound healing applications. She piloted the development of a topical herbal antiacne/antibacterial cream from bench side to bedside through the Nigerian medicines’ development project in 2021. She has authored over 85 peer-reviewed publications, book abstracts and conference papers. She is the recipient of numerous international and national grants. She is the Editor-in-Chief, Nigerian Journal of Pharmacy and is actively involved in public health engagement through research. 

Additional Director General (African Continent), GCPIT.

Evans EDEBOR is an International Trade Policy and Market Leader with expertise in the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Policy, Institutions, Operational Instruments and Market. Within the last 5 years, his commitment and leading role in supporting the growth of African businesses and contributing to the continent's economic transformation has helped over 20,000 Women, Youths and MSMEs to adapt at scale to the African Continental Free Trade Area, a market of 1.4 Billion African Consumers valued at $3.4 Trillion. Currently, he is the Additional Director General (African Continent), Global Council for the Promotion of International Trade (GCPIT )

General Manager, Pharma (Sygen Pharmaceuticals Ltd)

Emmanuel has nearly 20 years work experience across Nigeria’s healthcare sector including Hospital Practice, Pharmaceutical Industry, FMCG, and HealthTech where he has held several management positions including National Sales Manager (May & Baker Plc), Country Manager (Helium Health) and currently General Manager, Pharma at Sygen Pharmaceuticals Ltd.Emmanuel Ogah has a Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy from the University of Jos and an MBA from ESUT Business School both in Nigeria as well as a certificate in Entrepreneurial Ecosystems for Inclusive Innovation from the Stellenbosch Business School, Cape Town, South Africa. 

Sesan Kareem is the forward-thinking Founder of HubPharm Africa and HubCare Health, dedicated to transforming healthcare access in Africa using affordable technology and innovative business models. With a rich background spanning general management, marketing, public administration, and healthcare services, he brings a unique perspective to healthcare transformation. Holding degrees in Pharmacy, Public Administration, and an MBA, alongside certifications in health economics and digital marketing, he's well-equipped for his mission. Sesan's leadership extends to board memberships in esteemed organizations and his role as an author and thought leader, contributing to national discourse on healthcare. Recognized with numerous awards, he's committed to service and empowerment, evident through initiatives like the Achievers Business Forum and youth empowerment movements. Beyond HubCare Health, he leads the Sesan Kareem Institute and co-founded HubPharm Africa, demonstrating his dedication to improving lives across Nigeria and beyond.