Meet Keynote Speakers at the Top Nigerian Mining Investment Forum

iPad Nigeria Mining Forum 2016

Don’t miss high-level industry experts from the solid minerals sector

iPAD Nigeria Mining & Quarrying Forum’s programme boasts an impressive line-up of keynote speakers!
Register now, save $300 and get up close and personal with the who’s who of Nigeria’s mining sector.

Hon. Kayode Fayemi

Minister of Solid Minerals Development

H.M. Kgosi Leruo Molotlegi

His Majesty the King of the Royal Bafokeng Nation South Africa

Dr. Toni Aubynn

Chief Executive Officer, Minerals Commision

Mr. Kweku Awotwi

Former Managing Director of Ashanti Goldfields

Make sure you are at the Sheraton Hotel in Abuja, from 26-27 October 2016.
The iPAD Nigeria Mining & Quarrying Forum, in partnership with PWC is the definitive think tank and meeting point for solid mineral stakeholders. Critical issues around mining licencing, regulation, taxes, infrastructure and raising capital will be addressed by industry leaders, in the presence of policy-makers and government.

Get updated on the the Solid Minerals Roadmap and know where you can align, invest and grow your business.

Nigeria has over 44 minerals to be exploited, including iron ore, gold and coal.  Get in early, make the right connections and find the opportunities ahead of the competition! Book now for iPAD Nigeria Mining & Quarrying Forum in partnership with PwC.

Get in touch with one of our Delegate Sales Managers today to qualify for an earlybird discount  rate.
Kudakwashe Tsingano

T: +27 (0) 21 700 3588

Daddet Kabeya

T: +27 (0) 21 700 3551

See you at the Sheraton Hotel in Abuja, Nigeria from 26-27 October 2016!
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