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Engage risk managers to tackle recession, institute tells government




The Chartered Institute of Loan and Risk Management of Nigeria (CILRMN) has enjoined government to engage its personnel in the onerous task of bailing the nation out of the current economic recession.

Speaking at its 2016 induction/conferment of fellows and patrons ceremony in Lagos, the institute’s vice president, Dr. H.N. Akubuiro, disclosed that it was working with government to ensure that risk management was taught in all federal universities at the post-graduate level.

She lamented that if Nigeria had managed the risk of money during the oil boom well, the country would not be in a mess.

Akubuiro, therefore, urged the citizenry to be patient with government, saying the country would soon overcome the challenge, as everything in life was a risk.

She urged government and corporate organistions to employ inductees to identify, access and evaluate risks as well as implement decisions geared at solving the plethora of problems confronting the country.

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