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 Osinbajo Commissions Committee On Blue Economy

 Osinbajo Commissions Committee On Blue Economy 

The Vice President of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo has launched an Expanded Partnership Committee on Sustainable Blue Economy yesterday at the Presidential Villa. jamb results

The committee, chaired by the vice president is composed of State Governors, several Ministers, representatives of Military and Security agencies, and other members from the Private sector. VOICE OF NIGERIA reports.

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In Osinbajo’s words: “The blue economy offers a whole new vista of opportunity for economic activity especially in areas close to oceans, rivers, and coasts, but more importantly, perhaps the entire country, because practically everywhere has some body of water that can be exploited.”

On the composition of the committee, the Vice President said that; ”It has representatives from the States and the geo-political zones, agency representation, Chief of Naval Staff, Comptroller-General of Customs, NIMASA and several other agencies.  There are also ministries such as Ministry of Industry, Trade, and Investment, Ministry of Power, Ministry of Petroleum, Ministry of Environment”. Information Guide Nigeria

“There will be several agencies and several interactions between institutions because we are dealing with ports and terminals, oil and gas, the environment, tourism, hospitality – a whole range of economic activities that are connected to what is described as the Blue Economy.”

The inauguration was attended by the Governor of Borno State, Prof. Babagana Zulum; Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Otunba Adebayo; Minister of State for Environment, Sharon Ikpeazu; Minister of State for Power, Godwin Agba; and the representative of the Transportation Minister, Dr. Magdalene Ajani, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Transportation.

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