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House of Reps, NGO postpone summit on national ethics

The House of Representatives in collaboration with the Civil Society for Ethics and Values Development Initiative (CSEDI) have postponed the state workshops and National Summit on Ethics and Values Reformation till 2018.

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Mr Tajudeen Toyin-Oke, Secretary-General, CSEDI, and Mr Jekop Dan-Aiih, Clerk, House Committee made this known in a joint statement on Thursday in Abuja.

They said that the workshops and National Summit, which was earlier scheduled to hold in December has been postponed until members of the House of Representatives return from their Christmas break.

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They explained that the event was postponed to ensure wider participation and the presence of all keynote speakers and all dignitaries including the Vice President, who would be the special guest at the National summit.

They said that a new date for the state levels workshop and National Summit would be communicated to the public soonest.

According to them, the workshop and national summit will brainstorm on ways to redress the collapsed national ethics, and chart a roadmap to return Nigeria to her enviable position in the comity of nations.

The summit was being facilitated by the house committees on Information, National Orientation, Ethics and Values in collaboration with the Civil Society Organisation (CSO) for Ethics, Values and Development.


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