Dogara will also use the forum to highlight and deepen the sectoral debate on the economy, which is currently taking place in the House, where ministers are engaged by the lawmakers on their policy directions.
A statement from the chairman of the planning committee Dr Austin Uganwa, said the submit, which is sponsored by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), Pension Commission (PenCom), Sterling Bank and other agencies, is organized by the African Independent Television (AIT) Money Show and Disciplines of Democracy magazine.
He said the theme of the submit is: ‘The Nigerian Economy: Navigating a Sustainable Landscape,’ adding that the growing economic challenges bedeviling the nation accentuated by the recent increase in the pump price of fuel, informed the resolve to organize the summit.
Dr Uganwa added that the event would provide a result-oriented forum for relevant and knowledgeable stakeholders to cross-ventilate thoughts and ideas towards fashioning out an efficient blueprint essential for the Nigerian economy to rebound and flourish.
He said other goals of the summit included establishing best approach necessary for the diversification of the economy and identifying new frontiers towards boosting tax-based revenue generation for enhanced national income.