COMMUNIQUE

Revitilising the Nigerian Economy Beyond Oil: Prospects for a Thriving, Export Driven Extractive Sector


The 5th Sustainability in the Extractive Industries Conference 2016 was held on 15 November, 2016, in Abuja, capital city of Nigeria, together with key private and public sector stakeholders…Read full article here

KEYNOTE SPEECH DELIVERED BY H.E DR KAYODE FAYEMI, HONOURABLE MINISTER, MSD, AT THE 5TH SITEI CONFERENCE, 15TH NOVEMBER, 2016


Forging the Path to Shared Mining Prosperity:


I am more than delighted to be asked to deliver the keynote address on the occasion of the 5th Sustainability in the Extractive Industries (SITEI) Conference, organized by one of our foremost non-State partners in the extractive sector CSR-in-Action…Read full article here


KEYNOTE SPEECH DELIVERED BY NEITI EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, WAZIRI ADIO AT THE SITEI 5TH CONFERENCE, 15TH NOVEMBER, 2016


The impact of NEITI Reports on the On-going Reforms and the Wider Implications for the Economy:


I am delighted to be invited to participate in the Conference and to share thoughts with you on the work of Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI). NEITI is therefore glad to identify and partner with CSR-in-Action to organise the Conference…Read full article here

INTRODUCTORY SPEECH DELIVERED BY SITEI FOUNDER, BEKEME MASADE AT THE SITEI 5TH CONFERENCE, 15TH NOVEMBER, 2016


Imagine a Nigeria where our economy is truly as diversified as the natural resources available to us? Have you ever wondered how different our story would be today if agriculture, mining, manufacturing, services and many of the other sectors of our economy were thriving?…Read full article here

STAKEHOLDERS, EXPERTS CALL FOR DIVERSIFICATION, LOCAL CONTENT IN EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES


Stakeholders in the Nigerian extractive industries unanimously agreed on the need for improved funding for training schemes for indigenous labour as well as enactment of enabling policies by government to boost the economy and benefit Nigerians directly.?…Read full article here