02 September, 2015

Johannesburg, South Africa / Lagos, Nigeria – Boma Ozobia, ONN, has joined MNCapital Africa Advisors’ (MNCAA) Advisory Board.

Commenting on Boma’s addition to the MNCAA team, MNCAA Managing Partner Mansur Nuruddin stated: “We are very privileged to have Boma join us on our Advisory Board. As Africa’s largest economy, Nigeria is a major focus for us. Boma’s wealth of experience will enable us to provide a much higher level of service to our international clients looking to invest in Nigeria as well as our clients in Nigeria seeking capital and international partners.”

On joining MNCAA, Boma stated “MNCapital Africa Advisers is well positioned to drive economic growth and employment in Africa through its expert advisory services and strategic partnerships. I am delighted to be a part of this and look forward to working with the team to achieve the corporate objectives.”

About MNCapital Africa Advisors:

MNCapital Africa Advisors (MNCAA) is an African focused financial advisory firm offering corporate advisory, capital raising and market entry services. MNCAA has partners in key African markets, including Botswana, DRC, Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, Zimbabwe and South Africa, and key financial centers across the globe, including London, Paris, Dubai, New York, Singapore, and South Africa. MNCAA has assembled a world-class interdisciplinary team of driven professionals, which includes certified accountants, financial analysts, bankers, lawyers and marketing professionals. Collectively, MNCAA’s senior management has over 100 years of hands on experience and an expansive network throughout Africa, Europe, North America and Asia. With respect to its capital raising services, MNCAA has strong relationships with key decision makers at African focused private equity firms, Sovereign Wealth Funds, all of the African focused DFIs and numerous family offices, HNWIs and strategic investors. For more information contact or visit: or

About Boma Ozobia, ONN

Boma Ozobia is a member of the MNCAA Advisory Board and founding Partner at Sterling Partnership, Nigeria. She served as the President of the Commonwealth Lawyers Association 2011-2013, the first woman President in the over 50 year history of this association covering 54 countries. She was on the Board of Trustees of the Royal Commonwealth Society and also served as the Chairwoman of the Association of Women Solicitors of England and Wales between 2005/2006. She was appointed as a member of the National Electricity Regulatory Commission Dispute Resolution Panel in 2014 and awarded National Honours as Officer of the Order of the Niger (OON) in September 2014.