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Experts to brainstorm on oil price decline

The Nigerian NewsDirect newspapers is hosting the roundtable discussion under the theme “Government policies and impact of falling oil prices on business: Way forward for…

The Nigerian NewsDirect newspapers is hosting the roundtable discussion under the theme “Government policies and impact of falling oil prices on business: Way forward for Nigerian economy”.
A statement from the publisher of the  paper, Dr. Samuel Ibiyemi, said the Major Oil Marketers Association of Nigeria (MOMAN) and Nigeria Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (NASME) have joined the league of participants for the first quarter roundtable  discourse on Nigerian economy.
According to the Executive Secretary of MOMAN Mr. Obafemi  Olawore, participation  is a fine  opportunity for him to present the challenges of members under the current dispensation.
 Other confirmed panellists are Senator Lee Maeba, former Senate committee chairman petroleum upstream; Sir Emeka Okwuosa, Group Managing Director Oilserv Limited, Dr. Ayo Teriba, CEO Economics Associates; Prof. J. A. Kayode Makinde, VC Babcock University; Mr. Muda Yusuf, DG Lagos Chamber of Commerce & Industry;  Dr. Diran Fawibe,  Chairman International Energy Services and Mr. John Isemede, Ecowas integration expert.
Dr. Samuel Ibiyemi said the gathering would enable prominent Nigerians to brainstorm and recommend solutions to both the public and private sector operators on economic implication of falling oil price and the direction they must take to improve their businesses.

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