6 Ikoyi club 1938 road,
P.O. Box 239 Ikoyi, Lagos


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Ikoyi Club 1938 is a private member family Club and it occupies an enviable area of approximately 456 acres of land and provides first class facilities for about 10, 000 members. On September 29, 1938, Ikoyi Club 1938 officially came into being through the merger of the European Club and Lagos Golf Club.



Uyi Akpata’s Retirement and 60th Golf Kitty Celebration at Ikoyi Club 1938

Published on June 14, 2024 PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has announced the retirement of Uyi Akpata, who has served as the Country Senior Partner for PwC Nigeria and PwC’s Africa Oil and Gas leader since July 2014. Uyi Akpata will continue to be with the firm until his retirement on June 30, 2024. In honor of his distinguished career spanning almost four decades, PwC hosted a sendforth celebration and 60th Golf Kitty event at the Ikoyi Club 1938 golf course in Lagos, Nigeria. The event brought together colleagues, clients, and friends to celebrate Uyi Akpata’s contributions to the firm and the industry. Sam Abu, the newly appointed Regional Senior Partner for the West Market Area and Country Senior Partner for PwC Nigeria, will succeed Uyi Akpata. Sam brings over 23 years of professional experience at PwC, having held several leadership roles within the firm. His responsibilities include setting and driving the strategy for Nigeria and the West Market Area, with a focus on delivering exceptional value to clients in the region. Uyi Akpata expressed confidence in Sam Abu’s leadership ability and track record, stating, “I am confident that the firm will continue to thrive under his leadership. I look forward to working closely with him over the next year.” Sam Abu, in turn, acknowledged the honor and responsibility of his new role, emphasizing the importance of building trust and delivering sustained outcomes for clients and society. The Ikoyi Club 1938 golf course provided a fitting backdrop for this momentous occasion, where colleagues and well-wishers celebrated Uyi Akpata’s legacy and welcomed Sam Abu’s leadership.