MAN To Hosts Fmr Tanzania President, CBN Governor, CGC During Its 45th AGM

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The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) will host the three eminent guests that may usher for a more conducive operating environment for manufacturers in Nigeria and the economy in general as this a major way of achieving economic growth and development.

The President of MAN, Frank Udemba Jacobs disclosed this while addressing journalists during pre-AGM press briefing held Tuesday at MAN House that Godwin Emefiele, the Governor Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and Col Ahmeed Ali Rtd, the Comptroller General of Customs will speaking at Association forthcoming AGM on Wednesday.

 

The theme of the AGM: “Recovery and Growth of the Nigerian Economy” with two days activities, the private session on Wednesday starting from 12 noon till evening when the CBN Governor and the CGC will speak to the stakeholders.

 

The AGM and Second Edition of Manufacturers Annual Lecture scheduled hold on the 13th and 14th September 2017 respectively, at the Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos.

 

Jacobs also revealed that the former president of the United Republic of Tanzania, His Excellency, Benjamin Williams Mkapa will deliver the public lecture on “Sustaining Economy Recover: Gleaning From The TanzaniMAN To Hosts Fmr Tanzania President, CBN Governor, CGC At Its 45th AGM

 

The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) will host the three eminent guests that may usher for a more conducive operating environment for manufacturers in Nigeria and the economy in general as this a major way of achieving economic growth and development.

 

The President of MAN, Frank Udemba Jacobs disclosed this while addressing journalists during pre-AGM press briefing held Tuesday at MAN House that Godwin Emefiele, the Governor Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and Col Ahmeed Ali Rtd, the Comptroller General of Customs will speaking at Association forthcoming AGM on Wednesday.

 

The theme of the AGM: “Recovery and Growth of the Nigerian Economy” with two days activities, the private session on Wednesday starting from 12 noon till evening when the CBN Governor and the CGC will speak to the stakeholders.

 

The AGM and Second Edition of Manufacturers Annual Lecture scheduled hold on the 13th and 14th September 2017 respectively, at the Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos.

 

Jacobs also revealed that the former president of the United Republic of Tanzania, His Excellency, Benjamin Williams Mkapa will deliver the public lecture on “Sustaining Economy Recover: Gleaning From The Tanzania Experience”. Our choice of the speaker was based on his experience in managing an economy that experienced serious economic challenges like ours, he added.

 

Tanzanian economy moved from a command economy to a market economy adding that the valuable experience he will share with us (Nigeria) will further enrich our macroeconomic policy thrust.

 

“It may be true to say that the economic growth rate of 0.55 percent is good. The questions remain; is this growth real, is it sustainable and can it engender inclusiveness? Technically, inclusivity is not something one can assume.”

 

According to Jacobs, “MAN believes that, with appropriate mix of policies and concerted efforts of all stakeholders, the growth rate would eventually become inclusive and impact the lives of over 180 million Nigerians.

 

MAN President reiterated that we also believe that our government could learn one or two things from the Tanzania experience and apply them to addressing our challenges while also adopting our home grown policies and strategies towards resolving challenges of the economy. a Experience”. Our choice of the speaker was based on his experience in managing an economy that experienced serious economic challenges like ours, he added.

 

Tanzanian economy moved from a command economy to a market economy adding that the valuable experience he will share with us (Nigeria) will further enrich our macroeconomic policy thrust.

 

“It may be true to say that the economic growth rate of 0.55 percent is good. The questions remain; is this growth real, is it sustainable and can it engender inclusiveness? Technically, inclusivity is not something one can assume.”

 

According to Jacobs, “MAN believes that, with appropriate mix of policies and concerted efforts of all stakeholders, the growth rate would eventually become inclusive and impact the lives of over 180 million Nigerians.

 

MAN President reiterated that we also believe that our government could learn one or two things from the Tanzania experience and apply them to addressing our challenges while also adopting our home grown policies and strategies towards resolving challenges of the economy.


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