Nonso Okpala

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Nonson Okpala also knwown as Chukusonso Machael Okpala born (1978) is a Nigerian entrepreneur who served as the Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of VFD Group, plc.[1][2]

Nonso Okpala
Ugah, Anambra State.
🏳️ Nationality Nigeria
🎓 Alma materUniversity of Nigeria, Enugu.
💼 Occupation
🏢 OrganizationVFD Group, Plc.
Financial service

Early life and education[edit]

Okpala was born on December 12, 1978 in Uga, Anambra State, Nigeria. Okapala's family relocated to Benin, Edo State where he had his primary education before being sent to Imo in the East for his secondary education at Merist Brothers Juniorate, Uturu, Ekigwe. Perio to his second education, he obtained his bachelor degree in Marketing at the University of Nigeria, Enugu in 2003.[3]


Okpala's career started immediately after the completion of his National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Ugun State, after which he returned to Lagos and started working with KPMG where he lef as a Senior Auditor, in 2008.[4] He later joined UBA briefly before moving to BGL plc where he worked as a Technical Assistant to the then Executive Director. From where he joined the corporate Finance Team of the investment Company. He moved on to Heirs Holding as a Chief Financial Officer in 2010.[5] Where he learned directly from Tony Olumelu before he joined VFD Group later 2015 pioneer CEO.[2][6]

Personal life[edit]

Okpala contested for election into the office of the Students Union President, University of Nigeria when it was his third year and lost.[relevant? ] He is married with children.


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  5. Published. "VFD Group goes public, targets N5bn bonds". Punch Newspapers. Retrieved 2020-10-15.
  6. "Nigeria's VFD targets 2022 financial services IPO, says CEO". The Africa 2020-07-17. Retrieved 2020-10-15.