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Maritime summit set to promote policy’s implementation, accountability 

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Abiola Seun

The organiser of the Nigeria International Maritime Summit (NIMS), said the 2022 edition of the summit, will be used to promote strategic and practical approach to policy implementation and decision-makers’ accountability in the sector.

The summit which will hold between 5th and 6th July, 2022, in Lagos, will feature a maritime industry exhibition dedicated to promote Nigeria and international maritime related businesses.

The statement read, “After extensive consultations across the industry, the Governing Board, Nigeria International Maritime Summit is pleased to announce that the 2022 edition of the Summit will hold between 5th to 6th July 2022, Lagos, Nigeria.

“The 2022 event has been curated to sustain the massive acclaim achieved by the first edition of the event in 2021, and consolidate on the event’s foothold as the go-to location for maritime business in Nigeria.”

The NIMS’ summit, it was learnt, will set the agenda and offered solutions for maritime business, policy, and operations in Nigeria.

“It also promotes a strategic and practical approach to policy implementation and decision-maker accountability.

“The Nigeria International Maritime Summit is a whole-of-value-chain event aimed at leveraging the Nigerian maritime industry’s diverse strengths to unlock economic potential through collaboration.

“NIMS sets the agenda and offers solutions for maritime business, policy, and operations in Nigeria. It also promotes a strategic and practical approach to policy implementation and decision-maker accountability.

“The 2022 event will incorporate all the highlights that elevated the inaugural event as a key maritime industry fixture.

“Apart from the high-level sessions that will touch on the most important issues affecting operations and policy, NIMS 2022 will feature a maritime industry exhibition dedicated to promotion of Nigerian and international maritime and related businesses.

” Networking events will also feature strongly to boost business-to-business and business-to-government interactions and deals.”

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