Fifi Ejindu

Nigerian businesswoman, architect, princess

Fifi Ekanem Ejindu is a Nigerian architect, businesswoman and philanthropist. Born in Ibadan, she is the great-granddaughter of King James Ekpo Bassey of Cobham Town in Calabar, Nigeria.


  • I especially love Neo traditional projects, which is building with traditional and old style features, like round windows and arches, it brings back the renaissance period.

  • Heading the Angola-Nigeria Business Council is an opportunity to deepen the relationship of both countries beyond government to government interactions by bringing together business leaders for the purposes of exploring opportunities that both countries have to offer.

  • For this reason, the Angola-Nigeria Business Council has been established. It will serve as a driver for advancing economic cooperation with the private sectors of both Countries taking the lead; it will assist in exploring opportunities for investments; support entrepreneurship on a global level; provide a platform for CEOs to network, share best practices, be a credible promoter for industry related public discourse, corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, and sustainable operations in the extractive industry and beyond.

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