Oando resumes trading on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange  

Oando Plc has announced the resumption of its stock on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, less than 3 months after the equity was suspended from listing on the JSE.  

According to a corporate notice signed by Ayotola Jagun, Oando’s company secretary, the company received confirmation from JSE that its stock would resume trading on June 5, 2024. 

On March 27, 2024, Oando Plc faced a suspension from the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) due to its failure to meet the extended deadline for publishing its 2022 audited year-end results and the interim results for 2023. 

Result Released 

The company released its audited financial statements for 2022 on April 23, 2024. However, in a press release, it was noted that the delay was due to “delays with finalizing the Oando Groups’ 2022 Audited Financial Statements.”  

One month later, on May 31, 2024, Oando released its audited financial statements for 2024, setting the company back on track for regular listing.  

Oando Plc sold its downstream assets to NNPC Limited in 2022, as it shifted its business operations to focus on the upstream oil sector. However, in 2022, the group posted a revenue of N1.56 trillion, which increased by 15% to N1.79 trillion in 2023.  

Oando trading on the NGX  

In 2024, Oando has recorded a year-to-date gain of 35.2%, as it closed on June 4, 2024, at a share price of N14.20. The stock has achieved a 56% gain since the release of its 2022 FY financial statements, as the stock tries to capture investors’ attention.  

Oando is currently engaged in a legal dispute that has hindered its efforts to delist from the NGX.  



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