Yemi Osinbajo left Nigeria on Sunday, October 22, on a two-day working visit to the Republic of Indonesia, a release by Mr Laolu Akande, the Vice President’s Spokesman said.
Akande said that during the visit Osinbajo would tackle the plenary of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Beneficial Ownership Conference taking place in Jakarta, Indonesia, from October 23 to October 24.
According to the statement, the Vice President will talk on a range of issues concerning Nigeria’s extractive industry and general reforms embarked upon by the Buhari administration in the extractive sector of the economy, among other issues.
This year’s conference would focus on using beneficial ownership information to achieve national priorities for the extractive sector and to improve natural resource governance with the theme: “Opening up ownership – sharing practice, building systems.”
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