The Convention on Business Integrity/The Integrity Organisation in collaboration with ActionAid, Premium Times Nigeria , Nigerian Economic Summit Group, Lagos Chamber of Commerce & Industry, BusinessDay Newspapers and Proshare Nigeria Limited cordially invites you to the sixth series of the Regulatory Conversations (RC6.0), themed: “National Identity Number: Matters Arising & Implications To Nation Building”.
In recent times, many citizens have faced a lot of challenges in registering for the NIN especially now as it is being requested by some integral organisations in the country for certain transactions and documentations.
The Regulatory Conversations (RCs) Series, which began in September 2018, have provided a platform to cross-examine Nigeria’s philosophy of regulation and enabled stakeholders, including private sector actors, to proffer solutions to issues raised. To date, five sessions of the RCs have held addressing and proffering solutions to different issues.
The focus of the sixth Regulatory Conversations 6.0 would be on the National Identity Number system, the efficiency, challenges as well as innovations introduced in the operations to ensure success of the program and its implication for Nation building.
This forum would provide a platform for a robust discussion; it anticipates having in attendance senior executives from the Government, Relevant Government Agencies, Companies, Civil Society and representatives of relevant stakeholders.
This forum would examine the key sectoral issues in the context of the following viewpoints:
- The regulatory framework and the national identity system
- The implementation of regulation on the Mandatory Use of the National Identification Number and their implications on the activities and business transactions carried out by individuals and corporate entities in Nigeria
- Means of achieving the NIN with the support of the citizens
Please see the details of the meeting below:
Date: Thursday, March 5th, 2020.
Venue: Grand Banquet Hall, Civic Canter – Ozumba Mbadiwe Road, Opposite 1004, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Time: 9h30 Prompt (Registration/Networking starts at 9h00)
We do hope you will be able to take time out of your busy schedule to attend.
Please do not hesitate to contact Yinka Johnson (+234-7013715571) at email@example.com; and Kitan Babalola (+234-08067829272) at kitan. firstname.lastname@example.org should you require further clarification. We would appreciate your confirmation of attendance or otherwise on or before Thursday, February 27th, 2020.