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OPS to lead conversation on good governance as panacea for nation’s peace, prosperity at ICCN Dinner

by Business News Report

The National President of the Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines, and Agriculture (NACCIMA), Dele Kelvin Oye, Esq., has been confirmed as the keynote speaker at the 2023 International Chamber of Commerce Nigeria (ICCN) Dance and Dinner scheduled for Friday, 24th November 2023. Oye, a distinguished lawyer and accomplished businessman will at the event speak on the theme, “Good governance: Panacea for Peace and Prosperity.” In a letter jointly signed by ICCN Chairman, Mr. Babatunde Savage; Chairman, ICCN Commission on Arbitration, Dorothy Ufot, and Secretary General of ICCN, Olubunmi Osuntuyi, the organisation said Oye’s expertise, experience, and accomplishments position him as the best person to speak on the theme for the 2023 edition of the yearly event.

The letter reads “The Board and Members of the International Chamber of Commerce Nigeria (ICCN), led by the Chairman, Mr. Babatunde Savage, would be honoured to have you as the Keynote Speaker at our 2023 Dinner and Dance, which is to be held on Friday, 24th November 2023 at the Metropolitan Club, 15, Kofo Abayomi Street, Victoria Island, Lagos commencing at 6:00 pm prompt. In recognition of your sterling achievements at the Bar as a distinguished lawyer and your acknowledged passion for the Nigerian economy, we are convinced that there is no person more competent than you to speak on the theme ‘Good Governance: Panacea for Peace and Prosperity.’ There is no gainsaying the fact that our country is currently undergoing challenges in the areas of peace and security, among other challenges. Without lasting peace and security, there cannot be prosperity. The monetary and fiscal policies have definitive implications for economic growth, Inflation, exchange rates and trade balances.”

It further noted, “A cross-section of our guests who comprise captains of industries, members of the diplomatic corps, the legal profession, the media as well as other dignitaries are expected at the event. In furtherance to the ethos of our founding fathers, the ICC doggedly commits her activities to promote peace and prosperity globally.” The International Chamber of Commerce Nigeria (ICC) is the world’s largest business organisation with a network of over 45 million members in more than 170 countries. The ICC works to promote international trade, responsible business conduct, and a global approach to regulation through a unique mix of advocacy and standard-setting activities together with market-leading dispute resolution service. Members of ICC include many of the world’s largest companies, SMEs, business associations and local chambers of commerce,” it added.

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