On March 16, 2022 The Guardian published a special publication titled “The Guardian’s Special Focus On Most Impactful and Award-Winning CEOs That Contributed to Nigeria’s GDP Growth in 2021” beaming a searchlight on over 50 Chief Executive Officers of companies who have contributed to the growth of Nigeria’s GDP.
Nigeria’s gross domestic product expanded 3.4 percent last year, after shrinking 1.92 percent in 2020. Nigeria’s economy grew faster than forecast by the Central Bank and government last year after an expansion in the agriculture and trade industries in the fourth quarter offset a sharp drop in oil production
Among those listed in the publication are Armstrong Akintunde of Aerofield, Aisha Dahir-Umar of National Pension Commission, Baker Magunda of Guinness Nigeria, Alex A. Okoh of Bureau of Public Enterprises, Olawale Opayinka of Eko Development Company, Dr. Bashir Jamoh of Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) and Prince Omoha Nduka John of Prince Luxury Group.
Each of the CEOs selected, according to the special publication, has excelled in their chosen field of human endeavours and has brought their expertise and administrative dexterity to bear on the economic dynamics of the Nigerian state, thus impacting on its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for prosperity.
The guardians defined the youngest CEO among the list, Prince Omoha as a silent achiever whose simplicity, humility and hardwork has no doubt contributed to the geometric rise to success in driving growth across sectors as a result of the activities of the Prince Luxury Group (PLG). a privately owned conglomerate investment company, committed to changing lives and developing human capital of Nigeria and indeed Africa.
Prince Omoha chairs other subsidiaries of the Group, PLG Properties Limited, PLG Construction limited and GOGO Express limited known as GOGOX Nigeria. PLG property as the lead brand remains one the luxury real estate company in Nigeria known for developing luxurious Modern residential buildings in lagos Nigeria.