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TOP AWARDS: 3rd CAPITAL TERRITORY ADVANCEMENT SUMMIT & AWARDS

The Management of Newaves Innovation, an organization with a cutting-edge passion to set the pace for development in Nigeria is set to host the 3rd Annual Capital Territory Advancement Summit & Awards, an initiative borne out of the need to address the salient and topical issues and challenges facing the Capital city. It is an avenue for individuals, corporate organizations and leaders to air their views and proffer workable solutions to these seemingly insurmountable challenges. 

Speaking at a press briefing in Abuja, the Spokeperson, Mr. Koyoyo Robinson, said that the summit will gather intellectuals, professionals, business icons, administrators, politicians, youths, entrepreneurs, Community leaders, security personnel and experts in various fields of human endeavor. It will also be an opportunity to recognize and honor those who have contributed to the advancement of the Capital city.
According to Mr. Koyoyo, Capital Territory Advancement Summit & Awards is recognized as one of the most innovative programs in the Federal Capital Territory, that celebrates most innovative business leaders, Top Government Officials, Community Leaders, and Entrepreneurs etc. the two day summit will feature an award presentation dinner, the exhibition sessions and a strong platform for participants to build and develop their ideas by rubbing minds with fellow experts on various fields of endeavor.

The theme for this year’s summit is: “Building a Prosperous City on the Pillars of Peace, Security, Entrepreneurship and Human Capital Development”. 
Aside the theme focus, the PRO described the summit as an instrument for National integration and economic development. 
 
The summit is scheduled to hold on Wednesday 10th – Thursday 11th December 2014 at Sheraton Hotel Abuja.

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