The postponement, according to the head of the organizing Committee, Barr Audu Maikori, is based on the recommendation of a working committee and to ensure a successful and hitch free event.
“For those that have already made their N5,000 payment for the registration please not that the payment is still valid and will admit all paid persons to the event.”
“Let me seize this opportunity to appeal to individuals and companies to support this event by registering or sponsoring the program because the hope of our state is hinged on our economic and entrepreneurial development,” Maikori said.
He said the summit aims to educate and expose people to the opportunities in agriculture, solid minerals and “also educate us on means and ways to access finance. So tell somebody to tell somebody.”
“I cannot express enough our apologies that we have to shift the event but we are committed to delivering a sterling event and also ensure the security of our attendants and so it is key that we get it done right and properly,” Maikori added.
Kindly contact the undersigned for any further inquiries on sponsorship details and other information regarding the summit.
Audu Maikori (Chairman)
Tim Maiyaki (Secretary)
For: PLANNING Committee.