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Cablegate: Nigeria: Response 1 of 2: Usitc Study On Sub-Saharan

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TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 3895
INFO RUEHOS/AMCONSUL LAGOS PRIORITY 9907
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UNCLAS SECTION 01 OF 02 ABUJA 001794

SENSITIVE
SIPDIS

DEPT PASS TO USTR- AGAMA, USTDA - FITTS/MARIN, USITC -L. Schlitt

E.O. 12598: N/A
TAGS: ETRD ELTN ECON PGOV EAID PREL NI
SUBJECT: NIGERIA: RESPONSE 1 OF 2: USITC STUDY ON SUB-SAHARAN
AFRICA: EFFECTS OF INFRASTRUCTURE CONDITIONS

REF: A. STATE 085109

SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED

1. (SBU) SUMMARY post provides the first of two responses to reftel
A with information for (1) two contact points for the U.S. mission
whom USITC staff may contact for follow-up information as well as
(2) contact information local firms, organizations, academic
researchers, and individuals who may be helpful in providing
information toward the successful research of the effects of
infrastructure conditions on export competitiveness. END SUMMARY.

2. (U) Post provides the following contact information for the U.S.
Mission.

-Carolyn Jensen (JensenCJ@state.gov)
Economic Officer
Embassy Abuja, 1075 Diplomatic Drive, Central Area,
Abuja, FCT, Nigeria
Country code 234 9-461-4371, cell 703-064-9734

-Thu H. Nguyen (NguyenTH5@state.gov)
Economic Officer
U.S. Consulate, Lagos
2 Walter Carrington Crescent, Lagos, Nigeria
Country code 234 1-261-0050, ext 247, cell 703-408-4315

3. (SBU) Contact information for local firms, organizations,
academic researchers, and individuals who may be helpful in
providing information toward the successful research of the effects
of infrastructure conditions on export competitiveness. Post will
continue to add to this list and forward additional information as
it becomes available.

INDUSTRY CONTACTS
-----------------

-Meena Agro Oil Ltd
Shinka Jacob shinacen@yahoo.com, Country code 234
Cell: 807-516-5441 or land line: 01-545-4795)
Bulk shea butter

-Dijmeds Ventures
Dr. Ladi Shambo ladishambo@yahoo.com, Country code
234 Cell: 803-589-5412
Address: 4, Zaria Road
Minna, Nigeria
Shea Butter

-Nelsag Enterprises
Nely Osagie-Nduaguba gpfi2005Wyahoo.com,
Country code 234 Cell:806-269-5389
Address: 9 Oshogbo close, Suite 4, Area 11
Abuja, Nigeria

-TCL Nigeria
Shima Kwambe TCL-nigeria@yahoo.com, Country code 234
Cell: 803-348-7092
Lotions & creams

-Meggitto Fashions
Margaret Effeturi meggito@hotmail.com, Country
code 234 cell: 802-316-1353
Tshirts, woven garments

-United Nigerian Textiles
Chief Fabiyi(eaasunmo@yahoo.com, Country code 234
266-1117

-African Textiles Manufacturers
M.S. Sodhi afriexports@atmltd.net
African prints

-ATELIER OLU
Tobi Adamolekun tobi@atelieroly.net, Country code 234
Cell: 802-576-1750

-Association of Leather & Allied Industrialists of
Nigeria
Promise Ekpo alain-pro2005@yahoo.com, Country code
234 Cell: 803-404-1688

-Nigeria Association of Small Scale Ind. Asso. of
Leather and Allied Ind.
Duro O. Kuteyi nassilagos@yahoo.com


ABUJA 00001794 002 OF 002


-Hon. Commiss. for Ag. LASG
Chief Enock Ajiboso ajibosobaajito@yahoo.com,
Country code 234 Cell: 803-306-8336
Address:Block 5, Floor 1, Room 118
Secretariat, Obafemi, Awolowo Way, Alausa

-Cargill Ventures
Weij Aedo Vander aedo vd weij@cargill.com, Country
Code 234 Cell: 803-406-8090
Address: Tisco Plaza, floor 2, Plot 6, Block B
Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria

-Primstars/Atlantic Shimpers
Manjit Sadarangani mrmanjit@primstar.com, Country
Code 234 1-775-1602
Address: NPA Phase 1, Kirikiri, Lighter Terminal
Apapa, Oshodi Expressway

-ABIG Nigeria Ltd
Bode Omoyemi Country code 234 Cell: 807-829-9509
Address: P.O. Box 13604
Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria
Cashews

-Abod Success Investments Ltd
Tunde Odunuga abodsuccess@yahoo.com, Country code 234
Cell: 802-314-1892
Address:4 Oko-oba Road
Ogijo-Ikorodu, Lagos
Cashews

-Hotel Sheraton Ikeja
Catherine Bakare cathrine.bakare@sheraton.com
Tunde Orungbeja, Country code 234 Cell: 802-310-9295
Address: 30 Mobalaji bank Way
Ikeja, Lagos

Export Competitiveness
----------------------

-Nigerian Export Promotion Council
John Badu jhbadu@yahoo, Country code 234
Cell: 803-314-3569
Address: 40, Blantyre Street, Wuse II
Abuja, Nigeria

-Centre for Trade & Export Development
Titilayo Olukayode cted@yahoo.com, Country code 234
Cell: 806-222-0085
Colours Suite
15 Akinremi Street
Anifowoshe, Ikeja, Lagos

MARITIME & LAND TRANSPORT
-------------------------

-Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency
Isaku Shekarau shekaraul3@yahoo.com, Country code 234
Cell: 803-407-0914
Address: 4 Burma Road, Apapa

-Safmarine (Subsidiary of Maersk)
Gaute Tosterud gtosterud@safmarine.com, Country code 234
Cell: 806-680-2439
Address: Maersk House, Plot 121 Louis Solomon Close, PO Box 70700,
Victoria Island, Lagos

-Ports & Cargo Handling
Emmanuel Ogbor, Country code 234 Cell:807-497-3621;
803-497-9036
Address: Tincan Island Port, Terminal C, Shed 4,
Head Office - 54, Warehouse Road, Apapa

-Dr. Tunji Bolade
Federal Ministry of Transportation
Director (Transport, Planning, R&D)
Country code 234 Cell: 802-331-6512 (NOTE: protect,
not for publication. END NOTE.)
Address: Federal Ministry of Transportation
Headquarters
Mabushi, Abjua, Nigeria

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