Stakeholders in both the public and private sectors of the Nigeria transport industry are set to converge on Abuja, Thursday, April 19, 2022, for the 9th edition of the Nigeria Transport Lecture.
The Nigeria Transport Lecture is an annual event that provides a platform for industry players to discuss and dissect contemporary issues that can engender growth of the sector.
This year’s topic which will be delivered by Ambassador Anthonia Ekpa PhD, (former federal Permanent Secretary), and discussed by captains of industry in public and private sectors, will be on Nigeria’s Transportation for Development: Sectoral Achievements, Prospects and Challenges.
Already, key industry players like the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN); Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA); Nigeria Institute of Transport Technology (NITT); Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) among others have identified with this year’s edition.
Some others are Julius Berger, Toyota Nigeria Limited, PAN Nigeria Limited, Association of Aircraft Maintenance Organisation of Nigeria (AAMOA); Maritime Organisation of West and Central Africa (MOWCA); among others.
Managing Editor of Transport Day newspaper (www.transportday.com.ng), organizer of the event, Mr. Frank Kintum, stated that the year’s edition will offer an opportunity to review the progress made so far in developmental transport infrastructure.
According to him, “on the 19th of May, we shall all gather at the Shehu Musa Yar’Adua Centre in Abuja to x-ray issues concerning transport infrastructure as it concerns all the sectoral modes”.