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Managers to examine FG economic policies at NIM conference



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In a statement signed by the Registrar/Chief Executive of the institute, Mrs Taiwo Olusesi, the institute said this year’s conference, which will be held on September 18, 2023, in Lagos, has the theme “Managing Nigeria’s Path to Sustainable Economic Growth and Prosperity: The Challenges before the New National Leadership”.

Olusesi claimed that the choice of the theme of the conference was arrived at because the institute realised the need for the new administration led by President Bola Tinubu to quickly take some far-reaching policy decisions that would not only help revamp and revive the nation’s economy.

“With the unveiling of the administration’s eight-point agenda, which centres on food security; ending poverty; economic growth and job creation; access to capital; improving security; improving the playing field on which people and particularly companies operate; rule of law; and fighting corruption, the Federal Government has since got to work.

“The yearly conference, which is the flagship of the institute’s many activities and programmes and one of its numerous contributions to nation-building, is providing the institute the platform to brainstorm extensively on a burning governance and leadership issues of national importance and suggest ways forward to government and key decision makers.”

Olusesi disclosed that over 2,000 participants made up of government functionaries, decision-makers, opinion leaders, policy formulators and top management executives in both the private and public sectors would be in attendance.