Human Capital, key asset in harnessing marine resources – Head of Service
area where Nigeria has a huge comparative advantage in the global maritime community, stating that this unique human asset was significant in the effort to sustainably harness the country’s marine biodiversity.
She spoke in Lagos during the 2019 African Day of Seas and Oceans, with the theme, “Harnessing Nigeria’s
Marine Biodiversity for Accelerated Economic Growth.”
through significant increase of economic activities around fisheries, aqua culture, marine tourism, development of ports and terminals, intra-city water-borne transportation, which would help create jobs, reduce poverty, and diversify our economic base.”
relevant policies towards sustainable management of the marine environment.
Association (WISTA), Ghana, Jemilat Mahamah; Secretary-General of Abuja Memorandum of Understanding (Abuja MoU), Mrs. Mfon Usoro; environmental consultant, Professor Babajide Alo; and President, Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, Nigeria, Mr. Ibrahim Jibril.