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2022 | Timings: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Landmark CentreLagos, Nigeria

Ani Charles Bassey - Eyo
Co-Founder at SEHAI Foods Ltd., LANI Group


Mr. Bassey-Eyo is a visionary business leader with expertise in the development and strategic growth of start-up enterprises in the not-for-profit, education, finance, consulting and tech sectors, coupled with an impressive operational background in corporate treasury, change, transformation and project leadership in
international tier-one finance environments.

A Fellow Chartered Accountant and Corporate Treasurer (AMCT), he is a portfolio entrepreneur operating in the Sub Saharan Africa and in particular Nigeria. Ani is the CEO of the LANI Group which comprises of investment holdings in diverse industry sectors such as learning and development (Axiom Learning Solutions which he co-founded: he leads business development and programme development and execution in education transformation and skills development assignments); Agro processing (Sehai Foods, a company which he also co-founded) as well as entities in the professional services, tax management and financial training domains.

His interest in Agriculture is largely in the Apiculture value chain where through Sehai Foods; honey, beeswax and high value apiculture produce is processed for food and industrial uses both for the local and international market. Mr Bassey-Eyo has been innovative in tackling a largely fragmented value chain though public private partnerships, sustainable practices e.g. linking educations and skills to farming to transform the sector and upscale quality and quantity of output. He will share his experience and contribute how small holder farms can be included in the larger world stage through structured out grower schemes.

Agenda Sessions

  • Increasing agricultural productivity despite bad road networks in rural and urban areas in Africa

  • Innovative strategies for bridging infrastructure gaps in Agriculture to enhance productivity and food security in Africa