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Senator Tilley-Gyado holds a B.Sc and Ph.D from Ahmadu Bello University, University of Rome, and University of Dalhouse, respectively.


With extensive experience across various sectors, he has held prestigious positions such as the Director at Nigerian Tobacco Company, First Chairman of Pepsi-Cola Factory in Nigeria, and Chairman of National Oil Refinery at NNPC, Kaduna. In the political sphere, Senator Tilley-Gyado has represented the Federal Republic of Nigeria in the defunct National Party of Nigeria and served as the National Vice Chairman of the defunct Social Democratic Party. As an active participant in various national institutions, he is a member of influential organizations such as the Nigeria Institute of Management, Nigeria Institute of Management Consultants, and the Federal Government Delegation to World Economy in Geneva.


Senator Tilley-Gyado's contribution to the Nigerian economy is significant, particularly in the banking, agriculture, and infrastructure sectors. He established Universal Trust Bank in the early 1990s, bringing Credit Commerciale de France (CCF), a leading French bank, to Nigeria, contributing to the development of the Nigerian banking sector. His passion for Nigeria's agricultural sector resulted in large-scale agricultural renovations in northern Nigeria, introducing modern farming practices, innovative technologies, and improving irrigation systems. His dedication to infrastructure development spans over 40 years, contributing to the development of modern and efficient infrastructure systems, both in Nigeria and abroad, in domains such as transportation, energy, and telecommunications. Senator Tilley-Gyado's extensive experience and knowledge have earned him global recognition and have had a lasting impact on the lives of many Nigerians. As the Chairman of GAN International, Senator Tilley-Gyado's leadership will undoubtedly contribute to the company's continued growth and success.

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