December 8, 2022



ICSAN holds nationwide convention, discuses Nigeria’s debt burden, options

Discussions on Nigeria’s rising debt will prime the agenda because the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Directors of Nigeria (ICSAN) holds its forty sixth Annual Nationwide Convention scheduled for 15-16 September 2022 on the MUSON Centre, Onikan Lagos.

In an interactive media session, Funmi Ekundayo, vice-president of ICSAN and chair of the convention, stated the principle theme of the convention is: ‘ The Nationwide Debt Burden: Causes, Results, and Practical Financial Options.

In accordance with Ekudayo, “This convention permits members to return collectively, communicate out and advise the federal government on burning points and likewise proffers options by a communique that will probably be issued after the convention.

Mr. Ben. Akabueze, Director Basic, Price range Workplace of the Federation, FCT, Abuja will ship the Keynote tackle whereas Mr. Babatunde Raji Fashola SAN, Hon Minister for Works and Housing is billed to Chair the Opening Ceremonies.

Along with the principle theme, the Institute has created area for 3 sub-themes to delve deeper and make clear sub-parts of the theme which might be additionally associated to the economic system and normal well-being of society.

Mrs. Folashade Yemi-Esan, Head of Service of the Federation, FCT, Abuja will ship the primary sub-theme: Public Administration: Entrenching Sound Governance Rules for Macroeconomic Progress whereas Mr. Shola Shodipo, FCIS, Resident Commissioner, Impartial Corrupt Practices & Different Associated Offences; Comrade Ayuba P. Wabba, mni, President, Nigeria Labour Congress will probably be discussants. The session will probably be moderated by Hon. Justice Mobolaji Ojo, President, Ogun State Customary Courtroom of Attraction as Chairman.

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The convention’s second sub-theme is “Past Governance: The Position of Devoted Followership in Participatory Democracy” will characteristic Prof. Sylvester Odion-Akhaine, Lecturer, Division of Political Science, Lagos State College as speaker.

Mr. Samuel Oloruntoba, ACIS, Senior Lecturer, College of Lagos (UNILAG), and Mr. Tayo Fagbule, Editor, Enterprise Day will talk about the paper with Mr. Babatunde Osibodu, ACIS, Chairman, Ogun State Impartial Electoral Fee, serving as Chairman and moderator of the session.