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Transcorp CEO Bags Juicy Appointment With UK Organization

Chukwuani Victoria

Save the Children UK’s Africa has appointed the managing Director and CEO of Transcorp Hotels Plc, Dupe Olusola into its Advisory Board.

According to a statement from Transcorp, Olusola will provide strategic guidance and support to Save the Children UK, helping to shape initiatives that drive positive outcomes for children as a member of the Africa Advisory Board.

The statement reads in part: “She brings to the philanthropy a wealth of experience in leadership, strategic development, and community engagement.

Pixel.gif“Under her visionary leadership, Transcorp Hotels Plc has achieved impressive milestones and contributed significantly to its parent company Transcorp Group’s purpose of improving lives and transforming Africa.”

It added that Ms Olusola’s “commitment to excellence and passion for transformative change” aligns with Save the Children’s core values and objectives.

Save the Children is the world’s leading independent organisation for children, with presence in over 100 countries, dedicated to ensuring that every child has the opportunity to thrive.

The organization also works to provide access to quality education, healthcare, protection from harm, and emergency response services.

Responding to the appointment, Olusola expressed excitement to join the board.

Her statement reads; I am honoured to join Save the Children United Kingdom’s Africa Advisory Board,” Ms Olusola said in her comments on the appointment.

Africa’s child population will reach 1 billion by 2055, according to UNICEF, making it the largest child population among all continents. Hence, investing in our children is not just a moral imperative but a strategic one for our future.”

She noted that giving African children an equal opportunity to thrive will be a game changer for development on the continent.

I believe that every child deserves early access to health services, education, and safe water, as well as other goods and services that can maximise a child’s opportunities as an adult and end the cycle of poverty,” she said.

We have an important task on our hands, and I look forward to working alongside such a dedicated team to drive sustainable and impactful change for our children.”

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