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ENCOMIUMS AS ANAN INAUGURATES MAINOMA 11TH PRESIDENT

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At least over 400 people that attended the inauguration of the 11th ANAN President were dazed with the encomiums showers on the new President by the dignitaries that took turn to deliver their goodwill messages.

The Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mr. Ibrahim Magu in his goodwill message at the occasion, said that he had no doubt that Prof. Mainoma, the new ANAN leader would bring a lot of improvements into the Association during his tenure.

The President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN), Alhaji Rasaq Jaiyeola, in his own message, said the impressive antecedents of Mainoma convinced him that the new ANAN president would be a great ambassador of the Association as he steers the ship of the Association.

“ANAN and ICAN have come a long way as leading accounting professional bodies in the country. My presence here today endorses the collaboration between us,’’ Jaiyeola said.

The Minister of Finance, Dr Zainab Ahmed in her message at the occasion, said that ANAN was an important institution and government was aware of this. The Minister who was represented by Director of Economic Research and Policy Management, Federal Ministry of Finance said that the Ministry would like to partner with ANAN in view of its key mandate of advising on fiscal policies, adding that the country is facing low revenue in recent times.

The President of the Chartered Institute n of Taxation (CITN), Chief Cyril Ede, said the Institute had benefitted from Prof. Mainoma’s immense contributions and support.

Edet said that he had no doubt about the capacity of Mainoma to lead the Association, saying that CITN’s relationship with ANAN had been mutually rewarding.

The Emir of Lafia, retired Justice Sidi Bage, on behalf of the people of Lafia, thanked the Council members of ANAN for the honour done to the State to have inaugurated one of its own.

At least over 400 people that attended the inauguration of the 11th ANAN President were dazed with the encomiums showers on the new President by the dignitaries that took turn to deliver their goodwill messages.

The Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mr. Ibrahim Magu in his goodwill message at the occasion, said that he had no doubt that Prof. Mainoma, the new ANAN leader would bring a lot of improvements into the Association during his tenure.

The President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN), Alhaji Rasaq Jaiyeola, in his own message, said the impressive antecedents of Mainoma convinced him that the new ANAN president would be a great ambassador of the Association as he steers the ship of the Association.

“ANAN and ICAN have come a long way as leading accounting professional bodies in the country. My presence here today endorses the collaboration between us,’’ Jaiyeola said.

The Minister of Finance, Dr Zainab Ahmed in her message at the occasion, said that ANAN was an important institution and government was aware of this. The Minister who was represented by Director of Economic Research and Policy Management, Federal Ministry of Finance said that the Ministry would like to partner with ANAN in view of its key mandate of advising on fiscal policies, adding that the country is facing low revenue in recent times.

The President of the Chartered Institute n of Taxation (CITN), Chief Cyril Ede, said the Institute had benefitted from Prof. Mainoma’s immense contributions and support.

Ede said that he had no doubt about the capacity of Mainoma to lead the Association, saying that CITN’s relationship with ANAN had been mutually rewarding.

The Emir of Lafia, retired Justice Sidi Bage, on behalf of the people of Lafia, thanked the Council members of ANAN for the honour done to the State to have inaugurated one of its own.

At least over 400 people that attended the inauguration of the 11th ANAN President were dazed with the encomiums showers on the new President by the dignitaries that took turn to deliver their goodwill messages.

The Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mr. Ibrahim Magu in his goodwill message at the occasion, said that he had no doubt that Prof. Mainoma, the new ANAN leader would bring a lot of improvements into the Association during his tenure.

The President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN), Alhaji Rasaq Jaiyeola, in his own message, said the impressive antecedents of Mainoma convinced him that the new ANAN president would be a great ambassador of the Association as he steers the ship of the Association.

“ANAN and ICAN have come a long way as leading accounting professional bodies in the country. My presence here today endorses the collaboration between us,’’ Jaiyeola said.

The Minister of Finance, Dr Zainab Ahmed in her message at the occasion, said that ANAN was an important institution and government was aware of this. The Minister who was represented by Director of Economic Research and Policy Management, Federal Ministry of Finance said that the Ministry would like to partner with ANAN in view of its key mandate of advising on fiscal policies, adding that the country is facing low revenue in recent times.

The President of the Chartered Institute n of Taxation (CITN), Chief Cyril Ede, said the Institute had benefitted from Prof. Mainoma’s immense contributions and support.

Edet said that he had no doubt about the capacity of Mainoma to lead the Association, saying that CITN’s relationship with ANAN had been mutually rewarding.

The Emir of Lafia, retired Justice Sidi Bage, on behalf of the people of Lafia, thanked the Council members of ANAN for the honour done to the State to have inaugurated one of its own.

At least over 400 people that attended the inauguration of the 11th ANAN President were dazed with the encomiums showers on the new President by the dignitaries that took turn to deliver their goodwill messages.

The Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mr. Ibrahim Magu in his goodwill message at the occasion, said that he had no doubt that Prof. Mainoma, the new ANAN leader would bring a lot of improvements into the Association during his tenure.

The President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN), Alhaji Rasaq Jaiyeola, in his own message, said the impressive antecedents of Mainoma convinced him that the new ANAN president would be a great ambassador of the Association as he steers the ship of the Association.

“ANAN and ICAN have come a long way as leading accounting professional bodies in the country. My presence here today endorses the collaboration between us,’’ Jaiyeola said.

The Minister of Finance, Dr Zainab Ahmed in her message at the occasion, said that ANAN was an important institution and government was aware of this. The Minister who was represented by Director of Economic Research and Policy Management, Federal Ministry of Finance said that the Ministry would like to partner with ANAN in view of its key mandate of advising on fiscal policies, adding that the country is facing low revenue in recent times.

The President of the Chartered Institute n of Taxation (CITN), Chief Cyril Ede, said the Institute had benefitted from Prof. Mainoma’s immense contributions and support.

Edet said that he had no doubt about the capacity of Mainoma to lead the Association, saying that CITN’s relationship with ANAN had been mutually rewarding.

The Emir of Lafia, retired Justice Sidi Bage, on behalf of the people of Lafia, thanked the Council members of ANAN for the honour done to the State to have inaugurated one of its own.At least over 400 people that attended the inauguration of the 11th ANAN President were dazed with the encomiums showers on the new President by the dignitaries that took turn to deliver their goodwill messages.

The Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mr. Ibrahim Magu in his goodwill message at the occasion, said that he had no doubt that Prof. Mainoma, the new ANAN leader would bring a lot of improvements into the Association during his tenure.

The President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN), Alhaji Rasaq Jaiyeola, in his own message, said the impressive antecedents of Mainoma convinced him that the new ANAN president would be a great ambassador of the Association as he steers the ship of the Association.

“ANAN and ICAN have come a long way as leading accounting professional bodies in the country. My presence here today endorses the collaboration between us,’’ Jaiyeola said.

The Minister of Finance, Dr Zainab Ahmed in her message at the occasion, said that ANAN was an important institution and government was aware of this. The Minister who was represented by Director of Economic Research and Policy Management, Federal Ministry of Finance said that the Ministry would like to partner with ANAN in view of its key mandate of advising on fiscal policies, adding that the country is facing low revenue in recent times.

The President of the Chartered Institute n of Taxation (CITN), Chief Cyril Ede, said the Institute had benefitted from Prof. Mainoma’s immense contributions and support.

Edet said that he had no doubt about the capacity of Mainoma to lead the Association, saying that CITN’s relationship with ANAN had been mutually rewarding.

The Emir of Lafia, retired Justice Sidi Bage, on behalf of the people of Lafia, thanked the Council members of ANAN for the honour done to the State to have inaugurated one of its own.