December 2, 2022



Welcome2Africa to host Nigeria Seaports Funding Discussion board September

In an effort to enhance Nigeria’s world buying and selling ecosystem, Welcome2Africa Worldwide in partnership with Zenith Carex Worldwide Restricted will host the Nigeria Seaports Funding Discussion board (NSIF2022) on September 28 and 29, 2022.

With the theme “Repositioning Nigeria’s Seaports for Funding and Commerce Attractiveness”, the discussion board will tackle main bottlenecks like congestion, technological development, infrastructural deficiency, dredging, port tools, safety, logistics, and coaching that characterize alternatives for traders on the seaports.

The maiden version of the discussion board is about to drive funding curiosity into all of the seaports in Nigeria together with the Apapa Port, Tin Can Island Port, Calabar Port, the Delta Warri Port, Lekki Port, Rivers Port, and the Onne Port.

Companions of NSIF2022 embrace the Nigerian Funding Promotion Fee (NIPC), Nigerian Export Promotions Fee (NEPC), Ministry of Commerce and Funding, AFEX, and Oneport365.

The organisers mentioned this system will cowl points on investments, safety, infrastructure, expertise, coverage, worldwide commerce with Europe and the African Continental Free Commerce Settlement (AfCFTA), with periods together with expertise and commerce potential – the way forward for seaports in Nigeria; EU-Nigeria agro-commodities commerce and growth mechanism; and rising commerce by way of bettering port security and safety in Nigeria.

This system will convey collectively main stakeholders with audio system just like the Govt Secretary/CEO, Nigerian Funding Promotion Fee (NIPC), Hajiya Saratu Umar; Govt Director/CEO, Nigerian Export Promotions Fee (NEPC), Dr Ezra Yakusak; MD/CEO – Zenith Carex Worldwide Restricted, Dr Adelana Olamilekan; Managing Director, Nigeria Export Processing Zones Authority (NEPZA), Adesoji Adesugba; Director Normal, Nigerian Institute of Worldwide Affairs (NIIA), Prof. Eghosa Osaghae; Co-Founder & CEO, Conference for Enterprise Integration (CBI), Soji Apampa: Secretary Normal – African Shipowner Affiliation, Barr. Olufunmilayo Folorunso; and Head of Overseas Commerce Workplace – Polish Funding and Commerce Company, Justyna Sitarska.

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The discussion board will present an enough alternative for stakeholders to attach agro-producers, agribusiness, exporters and importers throughout Nigeria and Europe.