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Offshore support company appoints new MD, others

The Group Board of Directors Caverton Offshore Support Group, the parent company of Caverton Marine and Caverton Helicopters, has announced the appointment of Captain Ibrahim Chafe Bello as the Managing Director/Accountable Manager of Caverton Helicopters Limited, effective July 1, 2022.

Mr. Rotimi Makanjuola was also appointed as Group Chief Operating Officer and Mrs Lolade Abiola as Executive Director of Training for Caverton Helicopters.

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According to COSG, the new appointments are in line with its aim to reposition its subsidiary companies, Caverton Marine and Caverton Helicopters, to address the changes and challenges within the aviation, marine logistics and fossil energy sectors.

As COO, Makanjuola will oversee the planning and implementation of business strategies for growth across the Group (marine and aviation).

Until his appointment, Makanjuola was the Managing Director/Accountable Manager of Caverton Helicopters. He holds a Bsc in Economics from the University of Bradford, UK, and a Master’s degree in Auditing and Management from City. Business School London, UK.

The new Executive Director of Training, Abiola holds a Bsc in Computer Science from Kings College London, UK and an Msc in Air Transport Management from Cranfield University’s School of Aeronautical Engineering. Until her appointment, Abiola was the Chief Operating Officer for the Group and also served as the Executive Director Strategy and Safety Innovation for Caverton Helicopters. She also had a stint in the Office of the Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as the Technical Advisor to the Vice President on Solar and Rural Access. She is fluent in Spanish and Arabic.

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