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Osinbajo’s wife, ex-First Lady, others for gemstones exhibition

The wife of the Vice President, Dolapo Osinbajo, and the wife of a former Head of State, Ajoke Murtala Mohammed, would join some members of the Federal Executive Council and other stakeholders in the extractive industry for the two-day seminar on gemstones and exhibition of products and equipment starting in Abuja on Thursday.
The two-day event which is being organised by the Ministry of Mines and Steel Development in partnership with African Gems and Jewellery and Seminar Limited as well as other stakeholders, would also feature training sessions on different aspects of gemstones business.
Already, the Minister of Mines and Steel Development has hailed the programme as one that is capable of expanding business and investment opportunities in the country’s gemstones, adding that the ministry would continue to partner with organisations and groups in the bid to drive investment in the mining sector.
Th e Minister also lauded the collaboration of other critical stakeholders in the sector in ensuring the success of the programme, notably the Miners Association of Nigeria (MAN); Women In Mining (WIM); Gemologists and Jewellers Association of Nigeria (GJAN); International Coloured Gemstones Association (ICA); Gemstones Miners and Marketers Association of Nigeria (GMMAH); Faceters Guild of Nigeria (FGN); Beaded Jewellery Designers of Nigeria (BJDAN), and Gemstone Association of Nigeria (GAN).
Mrs. Osinbajo would deliver the keynote address at the event, with the theme: Mines to Market.
She would be joined by Mrs. Murtala Mohammed in unveiling the Gem Tree.
Other highlights of the event, according to a statement by the ministry, include exhibition of quipment and gemstones; master classes, where interested participants would be trained on modern trends in gemstones cutting, polishing, marketing and pricing; as well as fashion display and sales.

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