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Just In: Nigerian Risk Awards Scheduled To Take Place, September

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The Nigerian Risk Awards has been scheduled to take place on the 17th of September 2020. It is a significant award dedicated for the recognition and rewarding of organisation and individuals who have achieved great feats through the effective implementation of good governance, internal controls, and risk management.

Director of the Risk Awards, Joachim Adenusi stated that the 5th edition of Nigerian Risks Summit & Awards for this year is themed “Leadership vs Followership; Uniting A Divided People”.

“The summit and awards will consider current leadership, economic and security landscape of the country, as we will be recognising excellence in performance of individuals and brands across various industries in different categories including Best Project Risk Initiative in Nigeria, Best Sustainability and Renewable Energy Initiative in Nigeria, and Most responsive organization to COVID19 Crisis. The event will also feature professionals in both the private and public sector who will discuss practical, risk-based approaches to addressing key challenges facing the nation.

“Every organization has a unique risk management culture, but it is commitment, courage, and effectiveness that make our winners stand out from the crowd.”

“This year, we are introducing the special category to recognise and celebrate organisations/institutions who have responded well in managing COVID19 crisis and others who have created value while effectively managing project and sustainability risks.

“The judges will be looking out for organisations with risk leadership qualities in; Best Project Risk Initiative in Nigeria, Best Sustainability and Renewable Energy Initiative in Nigeria, and Most responsive organization to COVID19 Crisis”, he stated.

“According to the organising committee, the whole essence of the award is to raise the standard of service delivery, increase the pace of work ethics, amidst any form of statutory or invasive interruption.