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Chairman Heirs Holdings Mr. Tony Elumelu welcomed CNN International Anchor,  Richard Quest and the cable network news crew to the headquarters in Ikoyi, Lagos.

Heirs Holdings was established in 2010 by businessman and philanthropist Tony Elumelu  upon his retirement from the United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc, where he had been its erstwhile Group Managing Director. The group has expanded its scope of investments from Nigeria to other parts of Africa and the rest of the world.

 

Richard Quest and Tony Elumelu

 

Heirs Holdings (HH) is an investment company committed to improving lives and transforming Africa with a portfolio spanning the financial services, power, oil & gas, real estate, hospitality and health care.

 

Richard Quest at the Heirs Holdings HQ, Ikoyi, Lagos

 

Heirs Holdings carries out philanthropic work through the Tony Elumelu Foundation. It is the major shareholder in Transcorp, (Transnational Corporation of Nigeria) conglomerate.

Its operations are rooted in the economic philosophy of ‘Africapitalism’ which proposes private sector-led long-term investment in Africa by Africans. 

 

 

Tony Elumelu and Richard Quest

 

Richard Quest anchors “Quest Means Business”, the five-times-weekly business programme and fronts the CNN shows ” Business Traveller”  “The Express” and “Quest’s World of Wonder”.

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