Hospitals for Humanity


Friday, May 27, 2022 | 6:00PM

Keynote Speaker

Prince Malik Ado-Ibrahim

Prince Malik Ado-Ibrahim is the son of the Ohinoyi of Ebira land in Kogi State, HRM Alhaji (Dr) Abdul Rahman Ado Ibrahim.

Educated in the United Kingdom and the United States of America with a strong background in the automobile industry. He has been involved in the automotive sector since the early 1990s and worked with Proton and Lotus, developing the position of Lotus by the Malaysian government in 1999.

He is famous for his role in Formula 1 motorsport as the first black man to own a Formula 1 team (Arrows). Since he left Formula 1, no black man has been able to achieve this feat.

In the late 2000s, he became a United Nations Undersecretary for renewable energy. It was then he began to focus on renewable solar, hybrid and started looking at the possible ways to develop a non- hydrocarbon-based global economy. Prince Malik Ado-Ibrahim is the CEO and Chairman of Nigus International Investment Limited and BIC Energy, companies curbing carbon emission in collaboration with BYD of China which is arguably the largest producer of electric cars in the world.

He is behind the construction of a 100 megawatts solar generating power station in Katsina state and currently building a 100 megawatts solar generating power station in Adamawa that will connect directly to the grid. Both companies are involved in renewable projects in South Africa and the UAE.

Prince Malik Ado-Ibrahim founded the Reset Nigeria Initiative, a good governance advocacy group in 2017 with which he continues to advance the frontiers of his philanthropic initiatives. He is an avid believer in continuous growth and development thus his engagement in vocational empowerment amongst youth and women. Overall, Prince Malik Ado-Ibrahim is a Nigerian at heart which reinforces his beliefs that creating an empowered Nigeria connotes catering for generations to come.

Social media handles are @realmalikado on Instagram and @realMalikAdo on Twitter.



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