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E-Payment summit scheduled for Abuja

11 June 2014, 13:31

Abuja - The e-Payment Providers Association of Nigeria (E-PPAN) will hold its third annual lecture in July to help state and local governments increase their internally generated revenue.

The Annual e-Payment Government Summit will be held from the July 8-9 at the Shehu Musa Yar’adua Centre, Abuja.

E-PPAN said this year's summit themed “Increasing Government Revenue Generation using E-Payment Services,” was designed as an exclusive invitation-only event that brought together key industry and government professionals for a two-day intensive interactive dialogue and educational sessions on ways to increase efficiency and internally generated revenue by government MDAs.

Omobola Johnson, Minister for Communication Technology, will officially open the summit.

The Executive Secretary/Chief Executive Officer of E-PPAN, Onajite Regha, explained, "Resting on the success of the past editions, this year’s summit is designed to bring together the private and public sectors in order to facilitate dialogue on how innovation and technology in electronic payment can be implemented in the public sector to improve efficiency in delivery of services and enhance increase in generation of government revenue.”

The summit is held in collaboration with the Central Bank of Nigeria and sponsored by top industry companies in Nigeria.

 - CAJ News

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