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Highlights from Regulatory Conversations 5.0

Highlights from Regulatory Conversations 5.0

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The fifth edition of Regulatory Conversations (RC 5.0) series, themed “National Integrity Barometer: A Roadmap for 2020” took place on the 10th of December 2019. It addressed the various private-led integrity interventions in the systems and institutions in the Nation as well as provided the platform to discuss the effectiveness of the interventions. It also provided the unique opportunity for the stakeholders to discuss on what should be a sustainable roadmap for 2020.

The Executive Director of the Integrity Organization, Mr. Apampa acknowledged the role of international corruption watchdog, Transparency International (TI),  in developing a global corruption Index, that captures Nigeria as one of the world’s leading corrupt nations, but fails to highlight the areas that need to be addressed to reduce the incidence of corruption. According to him, “Nigeria needs a barometer to reflect the changing narrative in tackling corruption.”

He said that the barometer would provide an opportunity for Nigeria to build its institutions on integrity, as it changes its corruption perception globally. Apampa gave the example of the Nigerian maritime sector that has experienced remarkable reforms since 2012. In his words, “This barometer seeks to highlight what works, why it is working and signal policy options that could scale up the impact and learning opportunities.” 

CBI’s National Integrity Barometer Will Change Nigeria’s Corruption Perception – Soji Apampa

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Soji Apampa speaking at the 5th Regulatory Conversations event

The planned launch of the National Integrity Barometer
2020, will change the corruption perception that Nigeria has had to grapple
with over the last few decades.

Chief Executive Officer of the Convention on Business
Integrity (CBi) Mr. Soji Apampa disclosed this at the organisations 5th
 regulatory conversation, which explored the 2020 roadmap for the “National Integrity Barometer”.

Mr. Apampa acknowledged the role of
international corruption watchdog, Transparency International (TI),  in
developing a global corruption Index, that captures Nigeria as one of the
world’s leading corrupt nations, but fails to highlight the areas that need to
be addressed to reduce the incidence of corruption.

CBI Board Member, Mrs. Toki Mabogunje Elected as President of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce & Industry (LCCI)

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L-R :Husband of the new LCCI President, Oluseun Mabogunoje; Immediate Past President LCCI, Babatunde Ruwase Paul; President LCCI, Mrs. Toki Maboguje; National President of NACCIMA, Hajiya Saratu Aliyu and Past President, LCCI, Chief John Odeyemi,

Mrs. Toki Mabogunje, who serves as a director on the board of the Integrity Organization/Convention on Business Integrity for several years, was elected as the president of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) during their 131st annual general meeting which held on the 5th of December 2019.

Her investiture took place on Saturday, 7th December 2019 at a lavish ceremony held at the Eko Hotel & Suites in Victoria Island, Lagos.

Mrs. Mabogunje is a business consultant interested in the growth of small and medium enterprises on the African continent. She has a degree in Law from the University of Ife, now Obafemi Awolowo University Nigeria, an LLM in International Business Law from the University of Exeter, England.

Over the last 33 years, Mrs. Mabogunje has been involved in commercial and business enterprise from both a public and private sector perspective. She was the immediate past vice-president of the LCCI and has also served as the chairperson of its membership committee, a council member of the Business Club Ikeja; former Vice-President South-West NASME, Director of Negotiation and Conflict Management Group (NCMG), Director of Shelter Origins, super mentor NNEW, among others.

CBI, Action Aid Nigeria & LCCI Collaborate To Strengthen Ethics and Governance For MSMEs In Nigeria

CBI, Action Aid Nigeria & LCCI Collaborate To Strengthen Ethics and Governance For MSMEs In Nigeria

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As part of its advocacy for deepening the capacity and scale of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises, MSMEs, in Nigeria the Convention on Business Integrity (CBi) in collaboration with Action Aid and the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), hosted the formal unveiling of the “Ethics Quite Easily Demonstrated” platform in Lagos.

Addressing the audience in a keynote message, the CEO of CBi Nigeria, Mr. Soji Apampa, said the event was an opportunity to explore how MSMEs could improve their chances of growth and survival, despite the challenges they face in the country. 

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