Meet Leo Stan Ekeh, the CEO of Zinox computers and Konga

Leonard Stanley Nnamdi Ekeh popularly known as ‘Leo Stan Ekeh was born on 22 February, 1956 in Ubomiri Mbaitoli LGA, Imo State. He is the founder and chairman of Zinox Group, as well as the chairman of

As an entrepreneur, Leo Stan Ekeh is known to have spearheaded the creation of the following companies: Technology Distribution Limited, Task Systems Limited, Zinox Technologies, Buyright Africa Dotcom Limited, Task Direct Limited, ITEC Solutions and many more. He is well known as a successful founder of Zinox Technologies Limited. Zinox which he formed in 2001 became the first internationally certified branded computer OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) in West Africa. In addition, Zinox is the first to receive Windows Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL) certification, and also the first computer hardware manufacturing company and ICT Integration Company in Nigeria to receive ISO 9001-2000.

The Zinox group acquired 99% of Konga and concluded the acquisition of the e-commerce powerhouse, Konga, on Feb. 5 2018. Zinox assumed the ownership of, KongaPay, and KOS-Express. Zinox acquired because of their interest in e-commerce business. The e-company is said to worth $34 million. On May 1, 2018, Konga was merged with Zinox’s retail outfit: Yudala, forming the biggest e-commerce and retail company in Africa. They retained the brand name Konga.

Leo Stan Ekeh attended Punjab University, India where he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics. He had his postgraduate degree program in Risk Management at the Nottingham University, England.

Leo Stan Ekeh is married to Chioma Ekeh and they are blessed with five children.

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