Nigerian President’s Key Advisors to Discuss Political and Economic Developments CSIS

  • Sep 21, 2012

    WASHINGTON, September 21, 2012– The Center for Strategic & International Studies’ (CSIS) Africa Program will host key advisers to Nigeria’s president Goodluck Jonathan to discuss political and economic developments in Nigeria including ongoing attacks by Boko Haram, debates surrounding the economy, the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB), the elimination of fuel subsidies, and the President's domestic and foreign policy priorities in the coming year.
    Jennifer Cooke,  director of the CSIS Africa program, will moderate.

    Monday, September 24, 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
    B1 Conference Center
    CSIS, 1800 K Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006


    Oronto Douglas
    Special Adviser to the President on Strategy

    Ken Wiwa, Jr.
    Senior Special Assistant to the President on Civil Society and International Media

    Dimieari Von Kemedi
    Special Consultant to the President
    Credentialed members of the press who would like to attend must RSVP to


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