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    The Clement Isong Foundation - A National Foundation whose activities include human capacity building, knowledge exchange and community development with head office in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, has an opening for the position of:...[...]
    Date Posted: 02 Jun 2017

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  • About The Clement Isong Foundation
  • The Clement Isong Foundation (TCIF) was set up by the family of the late Chief (Dr.) Clement Nyong Isong, CFR (1920-2000) to immortalize his name, virtues, and legacy. He was a world-renown, frontline nationalist, expert economist, seasoned banker and an Elder statesman.
    Since its establishment in May, 2006, the foundation believes in powerful creative collaboration that is why we build partnerships with NGOs, governments and individuals for fast and better solutions to help facilitate qualitative Empowerment of becoming an economic rearch, social provider and socio-economic policy oriented foundation while keeping with the singular vision of preserving and perpetuating the numerous legacies of Chief Dr, Clement Isong, CFR. Notable among these have been the Akwa Ibom State Government, the Cross River State Government, the Ibibio Elders Forum, several banks, numerous well-meaning citizens of Akwa Ibom State in particular and Nigeria in general. These names will be etched in gold when the permanent secretariat of the Foundation is built.

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