Our Speakers

Prof. Yemi Osinbajo - Vice President, Fed. Rep. of Nigeria
Prof. Yemi Osinbajo - Vice President, Fed. Rep. of Nigeria
Godwin Emefiele - Gov., Central Bank of Nigeria
Godwin Emefiele - Gov., Central Bank of Nigeria
Bukola Saraki - Senate President, Fed.Rep. of Nigeria
Bukola Saraki - Senate President, Fed.Rep. of Nigeria
Ibukun Awosika - Chairman, First Bank Nigeria Plc
Ibukun Awosika - Chairman, First Bank Nigeria Plc
Babatunde Fashola - Minister of Power, Works and Housing
Babatunde Fashola - Minister of Power, Works and Housing
Stella Okoli - Founder/CEO - Emzor Pharmaceuticals
Stella Okoli - Founder/CEO - Emzor Pharmaceuticals
Ben Akabueze - Director General, Budget Office of the Federation.
Ben Akabueze - Director General, Budget Office of the Federation.
Dr. Jumoke Oduwole - Senior Special Adviser to the Vice President on Trade
Dr. Jumoke Oduwole - Senior Special Adviser to the Vice President on Trade
Ben Murray-Bruce - Senator, Federal Republic of Nigeria
Ben Murray-Bruce - Senator, Federal Republic of Nigeria
Dr. Okey Enelamah - Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment
Dr. Okey Enelamah - Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment

The MaIN Summit is the exclusive and premier platform for government leaders, private sector and industry experts to address the "Made-In-Nigeria" economy, explore opportunities, exchange innovative ideas and forge new partnerships.

Over 400 delegates would attend this year's summit (which would be held under the distinguished chairmanship of His Excellency, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo (SAN) GCON (Vice President, Federal Republic of Nigeria).

The Summit would thoroughly review interventions and innovations in the areas of Power & Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Agriculture, Technology and Sports & Entertainment and examine the role of private sector in expanding economic opportunity through collaborative action with states and Federal Government.

Renowned thought leaders from across Nigeria and the world would provide insights and strategies that would help foster innovation and grow businesses, while panel discussions would review proposals that will shape a sustainable economic development agenda for our great country, with private sector leading the charge.

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