The Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG), on Tuesday, held discussions with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on areas of collaboration towards achieving economic stability.
According to a statement by the NESG, the discussions took place when the group’s board of directors led by its chairman, Niyi Yusuf, paid a courtesy visit to CBN acting governor Folashodun Shonubi in Abuja.
“The meeting was centred around synergising towards ensuring Nigeria’s monetary and macroeconomic stability. The leadership of the CBN was also invited to collaborate and participate in the forthcoming 29th Nigerian Economic Summit, scheduled to hold on the 23rd and 24th of October,” the statement said.
The summit was conceived in 1993 by a group of passionate and concerned private sector leaders representing key economic sectors.
It is a platform for bringing together private sector leaders and senior public sector officials to discuss and dialogue on the future of the Nigerian economy.