‘JOURNALISTS AGAINST CANCER IN NIGERIA’ (JaCiN): WORLD CANCER DAY SUMMIT
DATE: SATURDAY, FEB. 4, 2017 (WORLD CANCER DAY) @ 10 AM
VENUE: mass medical mission House, 31 Bode Thomas St., Surulere, Lagos
Media owners and practitioners
(Media includes digital media, blogs & integrated marketing communication)
ADMISSION IS FREE OF CHARGE
(JaCiN is a Media Advocacy Group co-founded by the National Cancer Prevention Programme (NCPP), the Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC) and the Nigerian Guild of Editors (NGE))
#GivingTuesday is a global initiative introduced in 2012 by the United Nations Foundation, as a way to engender and celebrate philanthropy. Worldwide, the initiative is endorsed and promoted by social, political and business leaders. In Nigeria #GivingTide is nowknown as ↑↓GoodTuesday.
This year, ↑↓GoodTuesday activities kicked off on March 1, 2016 with the Centurions’ Luncheon convened by the Vice President of Nigeria at the Transcorp Hilton, Abuja. Subsequently, the Governor of Lagos State hosted Nigeria’s most eminent Philanthropists and Philanthrocrats at ↑↓GoodTuesdayLagos on June 14, 2016 at the Lagos House, Ikeja.
The global (universal) ↑↓GoodTuesday celebrations take place towards the end of each year as an antidote to end-of-year consumerism and also a means of expressing gratitude for all the blessings of the out-going year. Nigeria will join the rest of the world in this observance through activities scheduled to hold as follows:
– Tuesday, November 29, 2016: ↑↓GoodTuesday – to be observed locally in homes / offices
– Tuesday, December 6, 2016: ↑↓GoodTuesday National Youth Banquet at the Convention Centre, Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos at 4pm. The theme of the Banquet is ‘Philanthropy and the Youth’.
We invite you to participate in the ↑↓GoodTuesday observance by nominating a youth to attend the exclusive ↑↓GoodTuesday Youth Banquet (December 6, 2016).
↑↓GOODTUESDAYLAGOS CENTURIONS’ LUNCHEON / BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION OF HIS EXCELLENCY, MR. AKINWUNMI AMBODE, FCA, GOVERNOR OF LAGOS STATE
DATE: JUNE 14, 2016
TIME: 12 NOON
VENUE: LAGOS HOUSE BANQUET HALL, ALAUSA, IKEJA
HOST AND CHIEF CELEBRANT: HIS EXCELLENCY, MR AKINWUNMI AMBODE, FCA
FOCUS: THE BIG WAR AGAINST CANCER IN NIGERIA
NATIONAL CANCER WEEK, 2016
The National Cancer Week (NCW) is an advocacy week on the BIG WAR Against Cancer in Nigeria. This year, the NCW commences on Sunday June 5, 2016, which is marked as International Cancer Survivors’ Day, globally.
International Cancer Survivors’ Day is an annual worldwide Celebration of Life that is held on the first Sunday in June. It is a day that people around the world come together to recognize the cancer survivors in their community, to raise awareness of the challenges these survivors face, and, most importantly, to celebrate life.
It is a CELEBRATION for those who have survived, an INSPIRATION for those recently diagnosed, a gathering of SUPPORT for families, and an OUTREACH to the community. It is a day for everyone, whether they are cancer survivors, family members, friends, or medical professionals.
Most people, especially in our environment, believe that cancer is a death sentence. The word ‘cancer, automatically makes people to think the worst. However, the truth is that more people are living longer and better quality lives after cancer than ever before. For instance, there are nearly 14.5 million people living with and beyond cancer in the U.S. today, and more than 32 million cancer survivors worldwide. A ‘survivor’ is anyone living with a history of cancer – from the moment of diagnosis through the remainder of life.
International Cancer Survivors’ Day is an opportunity for these cancer survivors – and those who support them – to come together and celebrate this new reality in cancer survivorship. More importantly, it is also a time to advocate for the provision of appropriate infrastructure / systems to further improve cancer survivorship and quality of life of cancer survivors in the nations of the world
The focus of NCW 2016 on healthy lifestyle practices that could potentially result in significant reduction of avoidable cancer deaths in Nigeria.
Know d 10 Habits of a Cancer-Free Life!
↑↓GOODTUESDAY CENTURIONS’ LUNCHEON
DATE: MARCH 1, 2016
TIME 11AM PROMPT
VENUE: TRANSCORP HILTON HOTEL, ABUJA
HOST: HIS EXCELLENCY, PROF YEMI, OSINBAJO, SAN, GCON, VICE PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
FOCUS: THE BIG WAR AGAINST CANCER IN NIGERIA
WORLD CANCER DAY, 2016
World Cancer Day (February 4 every year) is set aside by the United Nations/World Health Organization to raise awareness about cancer and to encourage its prevention, detection, and treatment. World Cancer Day is an opportunity for nations to collectively examine cancer control strategies and to identify winning formulas that will accelerate progress. The goal for all of us is to ensure that fewer people develop cancer, more people are successfully treated and that there is a better quality of life for people during treatment and beyond.
Taking place under the tagline ‘We can. I can.’, World Cancer Day 2016-2018 explores how everyone – as a collective or as individuals – can do their part to reduce the global burden of cancer. Just as cancer affects everyone in different ways, all people have the power to take various actions to reduce the impact that cancer has on individuals, families and communities.
To mark this year’s World Cancer Day, there shall be a week – long advocacy campaign, led by Prof Pat Utomi, whose 60th Birthday falls on February 6, 2016. These are as follows:
Sunday, January 31, 2016
Venue: Shell Hall, Muson Centre, Onikan, Lagos
Tuesday, February 2, 2016.
Venue: Lagos Business School, Lekki-Epe Express Way, Ajah, Lagos
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Venue: 6 Balarabe Musa Crescent, Victoria Island, Lagos
Thursday, February 4, 2016.
Venue: NIIA, Kofo Abayomi St, VI, Lagos
Friday, February 5, 2016
Venue: Agip Hall Muson Centre, Onikan, Lagos.
Saturday, February 6, 2016.
Venue: Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Musa Yaradua St. Victoria Island, Lagos
JANUARY CERVICAL CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
January is cervical cancer awareness month. Cervical cancer, or cancer of the cervix, is cancer of the neck of the womb. The baby grows in the body of the womb (the upper part). The cervix connects the body of the womb to the vagina (birth canal). In other words, the cervix is the door of life. Sadly, when cervical cancer occurs, this door of life becomes the door to death. Cervical cancer is the easiest of all cancers to prevent; yet it is the second most common cancer killer in Nigerian women.
To mark the Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, there shall be media advocacy throughout the month, aimed at demystifying cervical cancer.
In addition, there shall be free screening programme every Saturday in January and on World Cancer Day, Thursday, February 4, 2016.
VENUE: National Cancer Prevention Programme (NCPP), Surulere, Lagos.
Africa’s most populous nation, Nigeria, will join the global celebration of #GivingTuesday on December 1, 2015.
In 2012, the United Nations Foundation designated the first Tuesday in December as ↑↓GoodTuesday, a day to engender and celebrate generosity globally. ↑↓GoodTuesday is also a way of expressing gratitude for life, and for all the progress recorded in the outgoing year. Worldwide, the movement is endorsed, supported and promoted by political, social and business leaders, who come together to champion fund-raising for community development.
The Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP-Nigeria) believes that such national participation is truly appropriate, given the culture of compassionate consideration that Nigerians naturally practise. We find, for instance, that when the press publishes an appeal that some individual needs funds for a certain health procedure, such funds are usually over-subscribed.
As you already know, earlier this year, CECP launched the BIG WAR Against Cancer in Nigeria as the focus of its work for the immediate future. This is an on-going WAR, and will also be the main target of ↑↓GoodTuesday 2015. When this is accomplished, subsequent ↑↓GoodTuesday will focus on other pressing national challenges in respect of education, the elderly and the physically challenged.
To be really effective, the #GivingTuesday celebration in Nigeria will be marked on the first three Tuesdays in December, (i.e., December 1,8,15) 2015.
1. Tuesday December 1, and for the next 15 days, every Nigerian – either as an individual, family member or member of a corporate organization and other group – is urged to donate towards this national effort. Contributions can be made using the following platforms:
A. Sms shortcode “44777” on any of the major mobile networks (Airtel, Etisalat, Glo, MTN) by sending the word ACT“ as an sms to “44777”
B. Electronic transfer using the code “777526” via ATM or online at quickteller.com
C. Direct bank transfer to the First Bank project account in favor of the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP-Nigeria). Account number 2026761622, sort code- 011152390.
2. Tuesday December 8, 2015 the ↑↓GoodTuesday National Concert. This Concert will feature eminent icons of the Nigerian entertainment industry. One of Nigeria’s foremost entertainment companies, Chocolate City Group, will anchor the National Concert.
VENUE: will hold at Eko Hotel & Suites, Lagos
TICKETS: Regular- 25,000 || VIP – 50,000 || VVIP – 100,000 || Table for 10- 2,000,000
3. Tuesday December 15, 2015 (Grand Finale)- ↑↓GoodTuesday Presidential Banquet to be held in Abuja.
At both events, philanthropic personalities and corporations from all over the Federation will have the opportunity to impact the #GivingTuesday effort by making their donations to the “BIG WAR Against Cancer in Nigeria”. Corporate organizations may sponsor the event, or also adopt the option of purchasing group tickets for their staff and customers.
DATE: Tuesday, November 3, 2015
VENUE: America Room, Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.
INTERNATIONAL CANCER AWARENESS MONTH AND INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE ELDERLY FREE SCREENING
DATE: Independence Day, Thursday, October 1, 2015
VENUE: Media Cente, News Agency of Nigeria, National Theatre, Iganmu, Lagos.
PARTICIPANTS: Men aged 40 years and above and women aged 18 years and above.
WORLD HEPATITIS DAY, JULY 28, 2015
Social and mass media campaign
BLADDER CANCER AWARENESS MONTH- JULY 2015
Social and mass media campaign
BANQUET OF STARS AGAINST CANCER
NATIONAL CANCER WEEK, 2015 (JUNE 7 – JUNE 14)
I. Sunday, June 7, 2015 (International Cancer Survivors Day):
Stars in the Church against Cancer (Advocacy & Fund-Raising in Churches)
II. Monday, June 8, 2015:
Rising Stars vs Cancer (Advocacy & Fund-Raising by Youth & Students)
III. Tuesday, June 9, 2015:
Stars in Media vs Cancer (Advocacy & Fund-Raising by Media/IMC Sector)
IV. Wednesday, June 10, 2015:
Open Day (DIY day)
V. Thursday, June 11, 2015:
Stars at Work vs Cancer (Advocacy & Fund-Raising in Offices)
VI. Friday, June 12, 2015:
Stars in the Mosque vs Cancer (Advocacy & Fund-Raising by Mosques)
VII. Saturday, June 13, 2015:
Stars at Play vs Cancer (Advocacy & Fund-Raising through Games & Sports)
VIII. Sunday, June 14, 2015: Grand Finale
THE BANQUET OF STARS VS CANCER (THE CENTURIONS’ CONCLAVE)
FREE COLON CANCER SCREENING
To mark the Colon Cancer Awareness Month, there shall be FREE COLON CANCER SCREENING
DATE: Saturday, April 25, 2015
VENUE: National Cancer Prevention Programme Centre, Surulere, Lagos.
PARTICIPANTS: Adults aged 40 years and above who have a family history of colon cancer in a parent or sibling.
REGISTRATION: 12 noon to 12.30 pm same day.
WORLD CANCER WEEK FREE SCREENING
As part of activities to mark the World Cancer Day, there shall be FREE BREAST and CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING as follows:
-Tuesday, February 10, 2015 – screening for female inmates of Kirikiri Prison
WORLD CANCER DAY- WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2015
INVITE YOU TO AN EXHIBITION
BY THE INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATION (IMC) SECTOR IN NIGERIA
‘THE BIG WAR AGAINST CANCER IN NIGERIA – FRESH VISION, NEW IDEAS’
Venue: CVL, 6 Balarabe Musa Crescent, off Samuel Manuwa St, by 1004 Flats, VI, Lagos
Date: World Cancer Day, Wednesday, February 4, 2015 @ 10am
Chairman: Prof. Pat Utomi (Chairman, Steering Committee, CECP #Givingtide)
Mr. Frank Aigbogun (Media Co-Chair, CECP #Givingtide)
Mr. Enyi Odigbo (PP of AAAN & Advertising Co-Chair, CECP #Givingtide)
Dr. Abia Nzelu – ES of CECP-Nigeria | firstname.lastname@example.org
CERVICAL CANCER AWARENESS MONTH- JANUARY 1- 31, 2015
in line with the objective of the Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, there shall be FREE BREAST and CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING as follows:
– Thursday, January 29, 2015 at Abibatu Mogaji Model Market, Iponri, Surulere, Lagos
THE MAIDEN EDITION OF ↑↓GOODTUESDAY/ ↑↓GIVINGTIDE IN NIGERIA
↑↓GoodTuesday will be observed for the first time in Nigeria on December 2nd, 2014. ↑↓GoodTuesday will be followed by an ongoing campaign, known as ↑↓GivingTide. ↑↓GivingTide is a National campaign to motivate the giving of talent, treasure and time towards the BIG WAR against Cancer. It is a new Nigerian movement for giving and volunteering. It will kick off each year from ↑↓GivingTuesday, and last till the next #GivingTuesday.
EVENT: PRESS CONFERENCE
DATE: Tuesday, the 2nd of December, 2014
VENUE: Centre for Values in Leadership, 6 Balarabe Musa St., off Samuel Manuwa, Near 1004 Flats, VI, Lagos
TIME: 12.00 noon prompt.
All are invited
BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH: FREE SCREENING
As part of activities to mark the Breast Cancer Awareness Month, there shall be FREE BREAST and CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING as well as screening for breast cancer risk factors such as DIABETES and OBESITY
BENEFICIARIES: Women aged 18 years and above
VENUE: National Cancer Prevention Programme (NCPP), 30 Ishaga Road, Surulere, Lagos.
DATE: Saturday October 18th (National Pink Day) and November 15th, 2014
TIME: From 9 am
Interested participants should register by sending their full name, email address and preferred date of attendance as sms to the short code: 44777 from any of the major mobile networks.
Then download and print the screening forms from www.facebook.com/cecpnigeria. Completely filled forms should be returned on day of screening,
To learn more about cancer, tune in to 99.3 Nigeria Info FM every Friday at 8 am as we demystify cancer.
PROSTATE CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
MR. TUFACE IDIBIA DEDICATES HIS BIRTHDAY (18/09/2014) TO THE BIG WAR AGAINST CANCER
September is designated as Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, aimed at increasing public awareness of the importance of prostate health.
Thursday, the 18th of September, 2014 is the birthday of Mr. Innocent ‘Tuface’ Idibia, a Special Philanthrope and Lead Advocate of the CECP-Nigeria. 2face is dedicating his birthday to the advancement of the BIG WAR against Cancer in general and Prostate Cancer in particular.
As part of the activities to mark the Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, there shall be a 1 km – walk on Thursday, the 18th of September, 2014, led by Tuface and other celebrities. This campaign honors the memory of his father, Mr. Michael Agbo Idibia (July 25, 1946 – August 23, 2014), who passed on from prostate cancer.
The walk will commence at the Filling Station at Keffi St (by Beat FM), off Awolowo Rd, Ikoyi at 10.30 am and end at the MTN Headquarters (Golden Plaza), Falomo, Ikoyi.
Dress Code: Blue top
Everyone (men, women and children) may participate in this Walk Against Prostate Cancer
SEPTEMBER PROSTATE CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
September is designated as Prostate Cancer Awareness Month aimed at: Increasing public awareness of the importance of prostate health, providing easily accessible prostate cancer screenings, Educating about risk factors and symptoms of prostate cancer and Advocating for further research on prostate cancer. This will be marked by:
FREE PROSTATE CANCER SCREENING
TIME: FROM 2PM
DATES: SATURDAYS 13TH & 20TH SEPTEMBER, 2014
VENUE: NATIONAL CANCER PREVENTION PROGRAMME (NCPP) CENTRE, 30 ISHAGA RD, OFF ITIRE RD, OFF OJUELEGBA, BY MABO JXN, S/L.
Interested participants should register by sending their full name and email address to 44777
THE BANQUET OF STARS AGAINST CANCER (BOSAC)
2Face Idibia has 2 faces but you have only seen one.
At the Banquet of Stars against Cancer (BOSAC) you will get to see the classical face of 2Face as he and other A-list Artistes joins one of Africa’s greatest music Maestro, Sir Emeka Nwokedi, the conductor of the Lagos City Chorale in a performance by the Choir and Orchestra of the Musical Society of Nigeria (MUSON).
This All-Stars All- Brands Act is the first- ever spectral carpet event in the world. The spectral carpet is a carpet of many colours which represents the corporate brands on one hand and the colours of the different cancers on the other hand.
DATE: Sunday, June 8, 2014
VENUE: Eko Convention Centre, Eko Hotel and Suite, VI
TIME: 3 PM Prompt
Spectral Carpet: 2 PM
BOSAC is a Benefit Event, quite unlike any ever hosted in the country, to raise funds in support of the BIG WAR Against Cancer in Nigeria. This event is unique, in that the Organized Private Sector is putting its full weight behind an identified cause. Specifically, the BIG WAR Against Cancer aims to take cancer prevention to the grassroots through the use of Mobile Cancer Centres (MCC); each MCC costs N 95 million. Currently over 100,000 Nigerians are diagnosed with cancer and 80,000 die from the disease every year. The Nigerian death ratio of 4 in 5 is the worst in the whole world.
Enlist as combatants in the BIG WAR and save lives!
One-Star General: [N5,000,000]
Two-Star General: [N10,000,000]
Three-Star General: [N25,000,000]
Four-Star General : [N50,000,000 ]
Five-Star General: [N100,000,000 i.e donor of One Mobile Cancer Centre]
Field Marshal: [N 3.5 billion i.e donor of All 37 Mobile Cancer Centres]
Book tickets at: locuspromotions.com Or www.ariiyatickets.com Or call 012121146, 07030545002
For Enquiries/ Sponsorship: Contact: 08106161111 or email@example.com
This Banquet will be preceded by a week of Advocacy and action in the BIG WAR against Cancer in Nigeria.
NATIONAL CANCER WEEK
Sunday, June 1, 2014 (International Cancer Survivors Day)
STARS IN THE CHURCH AGAINST CANCER
Prayers & Special Collections by Churches in aid ofthe acquisition of the Mobile Cancer Centers.
MAIDEN EDITION OF THE CORPORATE CHALLENGE
EVENT: 5K Race against Cancer
VENUE: Onikan Stadium
DATE: 17th of May, 2014
TIME: 6.30 pm
INTERACTIVE SESSION BETWEEN CORPORATE LEADERS AND MEDIA PROPRIETORS (IS-CLAMP)
VENUE: APA Suite, Eko Hotel and Suites, VI
DATE: 27th of March, 2014
TIME: 2.00 pm
INTERNATIONAL CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY DAY (ICPD) 2014: THE SECOND EDITION IN NIGERIA
EVENT: Advocacy and Bell- ringing Ceremony
DATE: 24th of February, 2014
TIME: 1.00 pm
WORLD CANCER DAY, 2014
OCTOBER – INTERNATIONAL CANCER AWARENESS MONTH/ NATIONAL PINK DAY
October is an International Cancer Awareness Month (ICAM), with special emphasis on breast cancer, the commonest cancer among women globally. The symbolic colour for the month is pink. The colour pink is not only used in relation to breast cancer, but also refers to health in general, hence the phrase ‘in the pink of health.’ CECP-Nigeria requests you to add a touch of pink (for example a pink ribbon or banner) to your décor, website, social media, etc throughout the month of October.
As part of activities to mark the awareness month, CECP-Nigeria shall hold the following events:
TUESDAY, 1ST OCTOBER, 2013: Free cancer lecture, counseling and screening as well as general health screening for females from the age of 14 years and above. It is organised in collaboration with Lekki Women Fellowship and powered by the National Cancer Prevention Programme, which is a non-governmental initiative of mass medical mission.
Registration: 8am | Screening Commences: 10am
Venue: Greater Scholars School hall, Rd 401 Abraham Adesanya Estate, Ajah, Lagos
FRIDAY OCTOBER 18, 2013: National Pink Day (NPD). A day to ACT! (Attack Cancer Together!!) by sacrificial giving. Please dress with a touch of pink on that day. Add a touch of pink to your decor. Tell all those in your sphere of influence to sms ‘ACT’ or your personalized giving code, to 44777 (N100/sms) and/or give through ATM or online (www.quickteller.com; code 777526). Don’t forget to do the same yourself.
THURSDAY, 31ST OCTOBER, 2013: Free cancer lecture, counseling and screening for males from the age of 14 years and above; by the National Cancer Prevention Programme (NCPP), a non-governmental initiative of mass medical mission.
Registration: 8am | Screening Commences: 10am
Venue: NCPP, Surulere, Lagos
Interested participants should sms their full names to 44777 || Enquiries: Sms to 44777
THE JUNE FREE MEMORIAL CANCER SCREENING (MCS)
This programme is in honor of all our precious brothers and sisters (cancer victims) whose memorial anniversary falls in June, including: Pastor (Mrs) Ify Agu Irukwu, Hon. Justice Olatunde Olusola Thomas, Chief (Dr.) Abdulwahab Iyanda “Yinka” Folawiyo, Mr Tayo Aderinokun, Ms Angela Onyeador, Ms Tyna Adaora Onwudiwe -‘African Oyinbo’ etc.
There will be free cancer lecture, counseling and screening for men and women from the age of 18 years and above.
It is organised by the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP-Nigeria) in collaboration with the National Cancer Prevention Programme [NCPP is a nongovernmental initiative of mass medical mission (mmm)].
Date: Saturday, 29 June, 2013
Screening Proper: 3- 6pm
Venue: NCPP, Surulere, Lagos
UNVEILING OF THE SPECIAL PHILANTHROPES OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA ON CANCER SURVIVORS’ DAY (CSD)
The first Sunday in June is designated as Cancer Survivors’ Day. The Cancer Survivors’ Day (CSD) is a cherished annual celebration of life. It is a day set aside each year to honor everyone who is living with a history of cancer. CSD started in the United States 26 years ago and is now celebrated worldwide in countries including Canada, Australia, India, South Africa, Greece, Saudi Arabia, Italy, and Malaysia.
To mark this initiative, a press conference is scheduled to hold as follows:
Date: Sunday, June 2nd, 2013 (Cancer Survivors’ Day) || Time: 2.30pm prompt
Venue: Nigerian Institute of Management, Management House, Idowu Taylor Street, VI
All cancer survivors, their friends and families, are invited as we celebrate life after cancer diagnoses in Nigeria.
Cancer survivors should join hands with the CECP to ensure that more Nigerians survive cancer just like them.
Individuals who are battling with cancer or have lost a close relative or friend to cancer or have survived cancer could send their experience to firstname.lastname@example.org. This will be shared during subsequent programmes. Your story could be a lesson or encouragement to others.
The highlight of the day is the unveiling of the first set of A-list celebrities to be known as the Special Philanthropes (SPhi), who shall serve as Goodwill Ambassadors. Nigeria needs such men and women who will rise up to the call to promote philanthropy in the fight against cancer as advocates and champions of the cause.
INTERNATIONAL CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY DAY(ICPD): INVITATION TO THE FIRST EDITION IN NIGERIA
The last Monday in February is designated as International Corporate Philanthropy Day (ICPD). The ICPD was first observed eight years ago in the United States of America, but has now become an international event. The corporate world in Nigeria is joining hands to mark it for the first time in 2013.
We invite you and your organization to participate in this major initiative that would unite the private sector in advocacy and action. The next ICPD comes up on Monday, February 15, 2013. The details of the major event of the day are as follows:
– Advocacy walk against Cancer
– Hoisting of the ICPD flag
– Ringing of the Opening Bell by the Convener of CECP-Nigeria
VENUE: The Nigerian Stock Exchange
Time: 8.00 am