The E-Payment Providers Association of Nigeria has said over 400 top level government executives from over 100 Ministries, Department and Agencies are billed to gather at its second’s Annual EPayment for Government Summit holding later this month.
This was confirmed by the Executive Secretary and Chief Executive Officer of E-PPAN, Mrs. Onajite Regha at the weekend. Speaking on the efforts made so far ahead of the July 31 event, scheduled to at the Shehu Musa YarAdua Centre, Abuja, to examine more ways electronic payment can enhance public sector payment processes in order to deepen the adoption of cashless Nigeria, Regha said all activities were on top gear to ensure success of the event.
According to her, the event would bring experts together from the ecosystem of the payment industry to examine issues faced in the public sector in the implementation of the e-payment system.
She said the experts will also share necessary steps and procedures needed to develop more government-centric e-payment products to enhance efficiency in the public sector.
“With access to over 400 top level government executives from 100 MDAs from around the country, the summit will present a unique platform for industry leaders and the government executives to establish a sustained partnership relationship which will aid in the continuous exchange of knowledge on best practices, policies, processes and strategies of implementing and achieving an efficient payment system,” she said.