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NIGERIA/AUSTRALIA BUSINESS SUBMIT 2022



The aim of the event is to promote Nigeria and attract investors from mining, education, agriculture, energy, and technology sectors to partner with reputable companies in Nigeria. It is the hope of all attendees that this exposure to the openness and willingness to Forster meaningful trade relations between the two countries will create the intended supply chain growth between Australia and Nigeria.


The one day conference was sponsored and partnered by :


1. International Chamber house, Melbourne 


2. Nigeria High Commission, Canberra


3. Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission


4. Australian Government: Trade and Investment Commission Global Victoria


5. Austmine


6. Dynamic Care


7. BDO


8. Ehizua





Some of the people present were:


1. Duncan Harris- president, Australia Chamber of commerce


2. Ambassador Anderson Madubike- high commissioner for the federal republic of Nigeria


3. Hon. Tim Watts MP- Assistant minister for foreign Affairs


4. Mr. John Oseji Onyekana- Director, policy Advocacy - Nigerian Investment Commission


5. Otunba Valentine Olaleye


6. John Mollard


7. Chris Harris


8. Professor Charles Igwe- vice chancellor, University of Nsuka


9. Associate Professor Mimmie Watts- Federation University


10. Professor Charles Esimone- vice chancellor, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka


11. Chidi Ujubuonu- Ehizua Hub


12. Captain Ola Afni - Viva Energy, Australia


13. Boban Tomic - Tomic and company


14. Kim Cleary- Global Victoria


15. Julian Challingsworth - spark infrastructure group


16. Bill Cole- international trade and customs


17. Jay meek


18. Layusa isa-Odidi


19. Makinde Aribo


20. Shane Flanagan


21. Lisa Fitzgerald


22. Eboh Kelechi Vincent


23. Arc. Unche kalu 


24. Ben Ebewele


25. Mr Femi Badejo


26. Mrs Mercy Clement


27. Mr Lawrence Suku 


28. Ms. Victoria Ajaguna


29. Mr Olu Deyaolu


30. Mr Abimbola Odetayo


31. Ms Eleanor Onibera


32. Ms Tino


33. Mr Fred Alale


34. Mr Ade Abioye


35. Mr Stephen Oluyide


36. Ms. Remi Yusuf


37. And a host of other dignitaries.


The Nigerian High Commissioner expressed his willingness for the event to be an annual event rotated within Australia states and territories in the coming years. 

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