Elvis Afam is a young and topflight businessman from Delta State. He is the Chairman/Managing Director to Elvaton Group of Companies, a fast growing Abuja firm, which has delved into several areas of business concerns with offices in Lagos, Dubai, London and New York.
Elvaton Nigeria Limited is owned 100% by a group of dynamic young men who have a primary focus to develop the Energy and Construction sector in Nigeria. With over 50 years combined industry experience, the company has capacity to help in developing the energy and power generation of the Nigerian economy, while developing other strategic frontiers in the downstream Oil and Gas Sector, as well as being a viable company in the infrastructure sector via Public Private Partnership to aid in the economic outlay of the country.
The company has built strong relationships with the NNPC and major dealers enabling Elvaton to negotiate competitive prices for our products.
In a short space of time, Elvaton has achieved substantial market share in the OIL trade in Nigeria and is working actively to establish itself as leading shippers and importers of rice and other commodities.
The success so far factor of her operations is based upon a combined effort and understanding between Elvaton, her clients and banks. To ensure continuous improvement, the company has retained the services of reputable engineering firms and has obtained franchise on patented technologies.
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He was born on December 19, 1962. His father, Olusola Abubakar Saraki, was a revered political leader, and former senate