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Nigeria joins league of PPP global best practices

Fifty-five officials from the public and private sector organizations in Nigeria have been trained on international standards and best practices in public private partnership projects.…

Fifty-five officials from the public and private sector organizations in Nigeria have been trained on international standards and best practices in public private partnership projects.

The PPP professionals are now as qualified as their counterparts in 64 other countries across the world who have obtained the coveted Certified Public-Private Professional (CP3P) foundation level certification.

The training was facilitated by the Infrastructure Concession and Regulatory Commission (ICRC) with support from the World Bank.

The successful candidates, drawn from a number of Federal Government MDAs as well as MDAs from Kaduna State government and some private sector participants, were awarded their certificates.

Engr. Chidi Izuwah, the acting Director General was represented at the certificate presentation in Abuja by Mr. Mike Ohiani, the Executive Director, Public Private Partnership Resource Department.

The MD said, the CP3P is a foremost certification programme for PPP practitioners worldwide.

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