Benson Ezeonyebuchi

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Benson Ezeonyebuchi was a Nigerian businessman who was in the transportation sector during the nation's independence period. The sector was thought to be vital instrument in promoting indigenous entrepreneurship. He was also a member of the board of Mbonu Ojike's led initiative, the African Development Corporation and the Nigerian Engineering Manufacturing Company, the former later acquired the bakery of Amos Shackleford while the latter was a Nigerian pioneering cement firm.


  • Tom Forrest. Advance of African Capital:The Growth of Nigerian Private Enterprise. p 65