Omatek boss dies of stomach ulcer

Omatek boss dies of stomach ulcer

It has emerged that the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Omatek Plc, Mrs. Florence Seriki (MFR) died weeks after she had ulcer surgery.

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Late Seriki, whose company, Omatek, is the first to locally assemble computer cases in Nigeria and the first indigenous IT company to be listed on the Nigerian stock exchange was said to have undergone ulcer surgery in Singapore early in the year after battling with abdominal pain.

Believed to be in her 50s, the late Omatek boss died on Friday at LUTH.

A graduate of engineering from the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), the Federal Government last year engaged her company to tackle the nation’s power crisis through the provision of 50KVA three-phase off-grid solar solution towards enhancing a 24/7 power supply.

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