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NPA to partner Kaduna Chamber of Commerce, for improved Economic growth

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Written by Maritime First

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) Managing Director, Hadiza Bala Usman has assured the Kaduna Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (KADCCIMA) of the Authority’s full participation, at the forthcoming 39th Kaduna International Trade Fair scheduled to hold between February 23rd and 4th March, 2018.

Hadiza gave the assurance in Lagos today while receiving a delegation from the organizers of the trade fair that paid her a courtesy call at the Corporate Headquarters, Marina, Lagos.

She commended the organizers for its giant strides over the years, particularly noting the relevance of this year’s fair theme which is Promoting Commerce, Industry and Agriculture as a compliment to the efforts of the Federal Government, towards revamping the economy by encouraging investments in Agriculture, Manufacturing, Trade, Services and Technologies.

The delegation was received by the Assistant General Manager Corporate and Strategic Communications (C&SC), Isah Suwaid on behalf of the General Manager of the Division  Abdullahi Goje.

Alhaji Aliyu Abdullahi Goje

Earlier, the President of the Kaduna Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture [KADCCIMA] Dr. Muheebat Dankaka [OON] solicited for the  cooperation and improved synergy with the NPA Management towards the overall success of the forthcoming Trade Fair.

According to her, this year’s event which is the 39th in the series is to further create an avenue through which investors from various parts of the country and beyond would exhibit their goods and services for the growth of the nation’s economy.

She eulogized the positive contributions the Maritime sub Sector has witnessed under the current Management, meant to reposition the Organization for improved efficiency and efficient service delivery within West and Central African sub-region.

Dankaka explained that this year’s event would witness amongst others a Business Round table with the theme: Promoting Made in Nigerian Products for International Competitiveness quiz competition amongst students in the Senior Secondary School level, as well as a seminar under the theme of this year’s trade fair.

The Chamber’s helmsperson was accompanied to the NPA Headquarters by Ach. Suleiman Aliyu Deputy President, Hon. Ishaya Idi Council Member, Alhaji Tijjani .A. Musa Council Member, Mallam Usman . G. Sanlawa DG/CEO and Felix Oloruntoba Head Trade Fair and Exhibition.

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