Contemporary issues in governance, economy and trade will take centre stage in Lagos tomorrow, July 8, 2022, as banking and finance experts and academics, including President of Afrexim Bank, Cairo, Prof. Benedict Oramah, launch a festschrift, titled “The New Normal As Option for Sustainable Development in Nigeria.”
The 20-chapter book, written in honour of former Vice President of African Development Bank, and pioneer Pro-Chancellor of Glorious Vision University (GVU), Chief Bisi Ogunjobi, will assess budget financing, trade restriction, human capital development, governance and COVID-19 policy response plan.
Other issues to be interrogated are sustainable public economic recovery in Nigeria, security, globalisation and social justice, fallow state of Africa, foreign direct investment and AfriximBank as catalyst for intra-Africa trade and investment.
The event, which will hold at the Imperial Hall, Jobi Fele Way, Ikeja, will be chaired by the Vice Chancellor, Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, Prof. Adebayo Simeon Bamire, while the chief presenter is the Chairman, House Committee on Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Bunmi T. Ojo; Executive Chairman, MidOil Refinery, Mrs. Elizabeth Akintonde and Vice Chancellor, GVU, Prof. Peter Okebukola, as one of those who will unveil the book.

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