ICAN committed to improvement of members’ welfare – President

The President of the Nigeria Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, Chidi Ajaegbu, has said the management of the association is committed to improving the welfare of its members.
Ajaegbu declared: “Rather than rest on our oars, we will build on the  achievements of our predecessor.”
The ICAN president disclosed this while addressing stakeholders at the Jos District  chapter of the association during a visit to Nasco, Grand Cereal and the University of Jos.
Ajaegbu described ICAN as a very important component of the seven-point agenda for transforming the economy of Nigeria and for the country to be among the leading 20 economies of the world by 2020.
He assured the Jos District of the readiness of the association to partner with the management of the University of Jos and Federal Government’s agencies with a renewed commitment to accountability and transparency in the training of quality accountants.
The ICAN president advised the body to take more seriously her supervisory and monitoring roles for effective students supervision and promotion of the professional members.
The Chairman of ICAN, Jos District, Egegwu Unogwu Emmanuel, pledged the commitment of the members to the concept of concentrating on the same or complementary businesses.