– The federal government will honor some Nigerians through the Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mining and Agriculture.
– The club will celebrate its 60th anniversary at the event on Tuesday, May 25th, in Abuja.
– Some of the honorary members include billionaire Aliko Dangote and football legend Kanu Nwankwo.
The federal government will honor some prominent Nigerians through the Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mining and Agriculture (NACCIMA), which will be held on Tuesday, April 25th. May, will celebrate its 60th anniversary in Abuja.
The Director General of the World Trade Organization, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo Iweala and the United Nations Deputy Secretary General Amina Mohammed are also on the list of people to be honored at the event.
Chairman Hajiya Saratu Iya Aliyu from NACCIMA was optimistic that the great achievements of the award winners will inspire and encourage all Nigerians to regain their trust and return to the culture of excellence in every aspect of their work.
she said also the hope that the honor accorded to the award winners will encourage citizens to once again stand up for national development and nation building.
Dr. Akinwumi Adesina; President of the African Development Bank, the richest black man in the world; Aliko Dangote, philanthropist; Sir Emeka Offor and football legend Kanu Nwankwo were also celebrated for their outstanding achievements in their various sectors.
The award ceremony will take place in the International Conference Center. Abuja, under the prestigious chairmanship of Otunba Adebayo, and the event are expected to bring together key players from Nigeria’s private and public sectors.
One of the event’s special guests is the Grand Patron of NACCIMA , President Muhammadu Buhari and Boss Mustapha, Secretary of the Government of the Federation.
The event will also be broadcast live on several platforms online (Zoom, Facebook, Instagram) or Twitter.
In a similar development, the federal government will reward the best and toughest – working and innovative MSMEs across the country with its initiative for national clinics for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSME) with the year 2021 World MSME Day of the United Nations.
As a forerunner of the award ceremony on Sunday, June 27th, the federal government is venturing into a one-week event aging program. An event will be held at the MSME Clinic in Adamawa State on Tuesday June 22nd.
In the meantime, the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) host the first edition of the African Local Content Roundtable.
The two-day event will take place Thursday June 3rd through Friday June 4th at the NCBMB Towers, Yenagoa, state Bayelsa, instead of.