Nigeria Host Few Countries To discuss Single Market In Africa


The Honourable Minister, Okechukwu Enelamah led the team to the Informal WTO Ministerial Gathering in Marrakech, Morocco, where he had talks with counterparts from Iran; host country, Morocco and other members of the KENSA Group (Kenya, Egypt and South Africa).

At the ministerial meeting chaired by HM Enelamah, the conversation centred on the construction of a single market in Africa. Enelamah reiterated the need for a strategy to stay relevant in the midst of diversity. Here’s the biggest takeaway from his speech: “This is a moment when our approaches must combine realism with pragmatism, non-dogmatism and acceptance of responsibility. In Nigeria, we have decided to accept responsibility.”

The Minister also met with China’s Vice Minister of Commerce, Wang Shouwen; Nigeria’s Ambassador to Morocco, Baba Garba and the Director General/Chief Negotiator, Ambassador Osakwe.


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