Tinubu is well known as the King of African Oil. He is the CEO of Nigerian Oil and Gas Company, Oando. He is recognized for investing in the Niger Delta and enhancing fundamental education in Nigeria.
Wang Jianlin is the chairman of the Dalian Wanda Group, a property investment company that has several malls, luxury hotels, cinemas, department stores and karaoke centers in China. With a personal net worth of almost $11 billion, Jianlin has donated 15.68 percent of it to various causes in his country.
Warren Buffett is the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. He has been on the list of Top Money Manager’s of the 20th century. He is also considered as one of the greatest investors on the globe. Buffett is admired for being modest and a relatively frugal man who offers his riches to charitable causes.
Wilfred David Kiboro, EBS ( born 7 August 1944) is a Kenyan entrepreneur, philanthropist and golfer. He is best known for having been the Group CEO of the Nation Media Group. Kiboro is a highly respected personality in the media and business industries in Kenya. He was born in the Kenya Province of the Colony of Kenya, now Kiambu County in the former Central Province.
Kiboro has won two very significant awards in his time: the Elder of the Order of the Burning Spear and the Leadership Shines Through – Africa award.
After receiving his Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Nairobi, he began his career as a Technical Sales Engineer for Shell International, and was swiftly promoted to Technical Sales Manager, in charge of the manufacturing, sales and marketing of industrial and road construction products in the East and Central Africa region.
Kiboro joined Esso Kenya Ltd. in 1974 as a Supply, Planning and Economics Manager, where he started gaining both managerial and executive recognition. He gained several positions including Personnel Director and Sales/Marketing Director.
He joined Xerox Kenya in 1987 and was appointed the managing director of the company in 1989. He held this position until he joined the Nation Media Group in 1993.
Nation Media Group:
Kiboro joined Nation Media Group (abbreviated as NMG) in 1993 as the managing director Designate of the Nation newspaper. At the time it’s only two products were the Daily Nation and Taifa Leo (a Kenyan Kiswahili newspaper, meaning Nation Today).
In line with ongoing regional integration efforts, the NMG launched The East African in 1994, the most successful cross-border newspaper in East Africa, hitting the news-stands of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and now Rwanda. Kiboro became the Group CEO in 1995 and retained his position until his retirement in 2006.
In 1999, the NMG made their entry into the electronic media industry after many years of frustration due to policy inadequacies and hostility by the then Government of Kenya under Daniel arap Moi. Nation FM and Nation TV were formed that year. Since then, the NMG has developed into a respected conglomerate around East Africa under Kiboro’s tenure. It is divided into:
The Nation Newspapers Division
The Nation Broadcasting Division
Nation Carriers Ltd (with Courier)
Nation Marketing & Publishing:
The Weekly Advertiser
Distribution of local and international publications such as the Economist, Time, Newsweek among others
East African Magazines
Monitor Publications Ltd.
Mwananchi Communications Ltd.
The NMG has also taken advantage of the communications technology explosion to send news to their subscribers, in partnership with Safaricom and Airtel, leading mobile operators in Kenya.
Kiboro has travelled extensively, holding numerous national, regional and international job assignments that have seen him supervise cross-national teams across continents, a vote of confidence in his abilities as a change manager. He has dedicated his life to serving his country. As evidenced by the record of posts he has held and continues to hold with a view to contributing to Kenya’s growth and development. Internationally, Wilfred Kiboro is the chairman of the International Press Institute (IPI) in Kenya, the East African Business Summit and a member of the International Who’s Who of Professionals. He also sits on The Rhodes Trust in Kenya as Honorary chairman and is a member of the International Organisation of Employers’ Enterprise Advisory Group. He launched numerous environmental and humanitarian efforts during his tenure at NMG, two key ones being:
The launching of the Aberdare Forest Fund in 2002
The launching of the Nation Turkana Relief Fund in 1999/2000
Elder of the Order of the Burning Spear
Leadership Shines Through – Africa
ICT Hall of Fame – 2007 Lifetime Inductee
(David) Warren Arthur East was born in (27th October 1961) He is the (CEO) of Rolls-Royce Holdings, a main UK-based motor engine manufacturer. He recently stood firm on senior footings positions at ARM Holdings and Texas Instruments. He is a Companion (CCMI) of the Chartered Management Institute.
East went to Monmouth School and procured a four year certification in engineering science from Wadham College, Oxford. He proceeded to acquire a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from Cranfield School of Management at Cranfield University. Warren East is wedded and he has three youngsters, and lives in Cambridgeshire.
Following 11 years with the chip producer Texas Instruments, East left in 1994 to join ARM Holdings, the British fabless assembling microchipprocessor design and programming organization. At ARM he set up the organization’s counseling business. East later became VP of business tasks at ARM. Inside three years he was delegated to the board as head working official. East was named CEO of ARM Holdings in October 2001. He continued forward from ARM on 1 July 2013, and was prevailed by Simon Segars. In 2014 East turned into a non-leader head of Rolls-Royce Holdings and seat of the board’s innovation advisory group. In April 2015 Rolls-Royce reported that East would succeed John Rishton as CEO, when Rishton resigned on 2 July.