Fidson MD, Fidelis Ayebae Wins Award


For the second year running, the Managing Director of Fidson Healthcare Plc, Dr Fidelis Ayebae has emerged one of the winners of BusinessDay Top 25 CEO Awards for 2014 Financial Year.

The award is for 25 accomplished CEOs whose companies listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange performed credited well in the immediate previous year.

This year’s edition which was held last Friday at WheatBaker Hotel, Ikoyi, witnessed a gathering of Chief Executives and top management representatives of listed companies across all sectors.

Fidson enjoys a reputation of consistent profit record and value delivery to its shareholders and investors. Its recent revenue growth and 300% Profit after Tax (PAT) in 2014 financial year lend credence to its growth sustainability.

It would be recalled that in 2013, the company announced its full year results with a turnover increase from N7.2b to N9.2billion, representing 29% growth

The year on year growth recorded by Fidson Healthcare Plc in the last 8 years has won the company several awards both locally and internationally, including the previous edition of the BusinessDay Top 25 CEO, Top 100 Nigerian Companies and the Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Awards (NHEA).

The company which prides itself as a leading player in the Nigerian pharmaceutical industry, attributes these awards to its passion for excellence, as demonstrated in its myriad of quality brands and value offerings.

The managing director thanked BusinessDay and organisers of this event for his recognition. “We believe this is an acknowledgment of our commitment to adding value to the lives of Nigerians through the provision of quality healthcare solutions. As a company, we are motivated to up our ante and continue to deliver on these promises, he said.”

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