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Body seeks to catalyze the dialogue for a new governance, economic order


The South-East South-South Professionals of Nigeria (SESSPN), a non-governmental platform involving socially-conscious businessmen and professionals, has indicated its willingness to deploy values, voices, perspectives, life experiences, skills and expertise of members to promote sustainable development and growth in the region with or without the much-clamored restructuring.

The body noted that subsequent to the election of a new exco for the SESSPN, members are optimistic about actualising the developmental agenda of the association.

“It is envisaged that a new impetus will be granted to the causes, which animate our members and fuel the fire of our devotion to the enthronement of a new reality in the daily economic and social lives of our people,”the body noted.


“Our goal is an enlightened people, with eyes newly-open to the urgent need for change of the present order, and access to the information that empowers them to make the educated choices required to effect the much needed seismic shifts in our body-politic.”

Mr. Pascal Odibo the group country director, Jeff & O’Brien Africa and now the public relations officer, SESSPN, said the body’s going forward will start with a quarterly business and professional roundtable and conversation across the public and private sector.

The first of which is billed for Sunday April, 15, in Lagos, while Dr. Sokonte Davies, Executive Director, Nigerian Ports Authority will give the keynote.

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