Amid the controversy surrounding whether or now not the pale Nigerian President, Goodluck Jonathan will contest the 2023 presidency, he has secured a world appointment with European Company Council.
Jonathan used to be appointed to the international advisory board of the European Company Council on Africa and the Center East (ECAM Council), PM News studies.
ECAM Council is a non-earnings organisation established with the plan of promoting and setting up family members between the countries of Europe, Africa and the MENA (Center East and North Africa) field, with Italy playing a number one position.
Diversified members of the Advisory board are Tony Blair, pale British Prime Minister, José Manuel Barroso, pale President of the European Rate, Nayef Falah Al-Hajraf, Secretary Typical GCC Gulf Cooperation Council and Amani Abou-Zeid, Commissioner for Infrastructure and Energy on the African Union Rate (AUC).
Jonathan will seemingly be attending this yr’s ECAM Council’s excessive-stage advisory board assembly to do in Italy on May maybe presumably even 30.
Every yr in Italy, ECAM Council hosts a summit, in cooperation with The European Home – Ambrosetti.
ECAM Council in a letter to the Plan of job of Jonathan informing him of the appointment stated: “For your data, the Chairman of ECAM Council Dr. Kamel Ghribi is effectively conversant in Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. We’re setting up a world advisory board of ECAM Council and Dr. Ghribi would maybe presumably be overjoyed to welcome him on board.”
It effectively-known that the Council used to be “founded with the plan of creating realistic, efficient and long-lasting solutions for extra sustainable healthcare programs, with a special focal level on the customary disorders affecting the Southern hemisphere of the globe.”
It brings together a particular neighborhood of heads of impart, executive ministers and heads of multilateral agencies and focuses on long-term investment and international partnerships in healthcare and infrastructure, as effectively as the contribution of the non-public sector in increasing strategic hubs within the African continent.