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NBCC Appoints Chairman of AFRIMA Creative Committee

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 Mr Mike Dada President of All African Music Awards AFRIMA and Ms Banke Lawal Founder of BMPro Makeup Group have emerged as Chairman and Vice Chairman of the creative and cultural committee of the Nigerian British Chamber of Commerce NBCC Ms Bisi Adeyemi president of the NBCC in a statement on Friday in Lagos said the appointment is effective immediately Adeyemi said the chamber with a mandate to explore opportunities in the Nigerian business world and economy recently launched the creative and cultural group She said the group was launched to help harness the economic potential of Nigeria s creative industry Adeyemi said that the terms of reference for the creative and cultural sector group include fostering and creating a platform for collaboration among group members and fostering the growth of member organizations He added that the group took it upon itself to organize programs and events to showcase the diversity and strength of the creative sector and in this regard organize an annual NBCC Creatives and Culture Day Others include reviewing the impact of government policies on the sector and working with the advocacy committee to engage policymakers and brief members as appropriate preparing position papers to support the chamber s interface with advocacy organizations public and private sector I hope you will accept this responsibility as it would provide the House with an opportunity to benefit from your wealth of experience which I hope you will make available through your regular attendance at committee meetings he said Adeyemi revealed that other members of the committee include Mrs Atinuke Olashore of PJK Nigeria Ltd Mr Olafemi Olaniyan of Collageo Communications Ltd and Mr Joseph Edgar Duke of Shomolu Other members are Mr Mathew Adigolo of Pureview Photography Ms Bisi Sotunde of Busy Bee Events and Ms Kiki Okewale of KO by Kikiokewale Dada in his acceptance remarks said that he and other members of the group are determined to fulfill the committee s mandate for the benefit of the two great countries Nigeria and Britain He stated that the cultural and creative industry was capable of creating a considerable number of jobs reducing poverty and bringing about peace if properly harnessed The Nigerian News Agency reports that Dada is a lawyer a chartered public relations and marketing professional as well as managing director of the group Octopus Group Africa The NBCC is Nigeria s foremost bilateral chamber for promoting trade and investment between Nigeria and Britain since its inception in 1977 NewsSourceCredit NAN
NBCC Appoints Chairman of AFRIMA Creative Committee

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Mr. Mike Dada, President of All African Music Awards (AFRIMA) and Ms. Banke Lawal, Founder of BMPro Makeup Group, have emerged as Chairman and Vice Chairman of the creative and cultural committee of the Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce (NBCC) .

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Ms. Bisi Adeyemi, president of the NBCC, in a statement on Friday in Lagos, said the appointment is effective immediately.

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Adeyemi said the chamber, with a mandate to explore opportunities in the Nigerian business world and economy, recently launched the creative and cultural group.

She said the group was launched to help harness the economic potential of Nigeria’s creative industry.

Adeyemi said that the terms of reference for the creative and cultural sector group include fostering and creating a platform for collaboration among group members and fostering the growth of member organizations.

He added that the group took it upon itself to organize programs and events to showcase the diversity and strength of the creative sector and, in this regard, organize an annual “NBCC Creatives and Culture Day.”

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“Others include reviewing the impact of government policies on the sector and working with the advocacy committee to engage policymakers and brief members as appropriate, preparing position papers to support the chamber’s interface with advocacy organizations.

public and private sector.

“I hope you will accept this responsibility, as it would provide the House with an opportunity to benefit from your wealth of experience, which I hope you will make available through your regular attendance at committee meetings,” he said.

Adeyemi revealed that other members of the committee include; Mrs.

Atinuke Olashore of PJK Nigeria Ltd., Mr. Olafemi Olaniyan of Collageo Communications Ltd and Mr. Joseph Edgar, Duke of Shomolu.

Other members are Mr. Mathew Adigolo of Pureview Photography, Ms. Bisi Sotunde of Busy Bee Events, and Ms. Kiki Okewale of KO by Kikiokewale.

Dada, in his acceptance remarks, said that he and other members of the group are determined to fulfill the committee’s mandate for the benefit of the two great countries, Nigeria and Britain.

He stated that the cultural and creative industry was capable of creating a considerable number of jobs, reducing poverty and bringing about peace if properly harnessed.

The Nigerian News Agency reports that Dada is a lawyer, a chartered public relations and marketing professional, as well as managing director of the group, Octopus Group Africa.

The NBCC is Nigeria’s foremost bilateral chamber for promoting trade and investment between Nigeria and Britain since its inception in 1977.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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