YOLA – On Monday, April 20, the American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola, will host Ike Chioke, managing director of Afrinvest West Africa Ltd., Lagos. He will lead an interactive session involving students, faculty, and staff regarding proposed new policies outlined by President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari.
AUN plans to share the outcom of the review session with representatives of the new government. The university’s President Margee Ensign, announcing the proposed talk in Yola, described it as “a wonderful opportunity to have some input on new policies and programmes.”
The main working document for the talk will be ‘Roadmap to a New Nigeria,’ the manifesto of the All Progressives Congress, the new party which won the 2015 national elections in Nigeria.
With investment banking experience spanning 22 years, Chioke–who holds a B.Sc. Civil Engineering (First Class Honors) from the University of Ife, and an MPhil in Management Studies from Oxford University where he was a Rhodes Scholar–will bring his deep knowledge of the workings of the Nigerian economy to an analysis of policy alternatives and the challenges facing Nigeria’s new president.
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