Ekpenyong Participates to Ring NASDAQ Closing Bell in New York as Part of UNGA 2023 Proceedings

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Senator Ekpenyong Accompanies Nigerian Delegation to US Chambers of Commerce

Senator Asuquo Ekpenyong, the distinguished representative of Cross River South in the 10th National Assembly, added a significant chapter to his role as a statesman by participating in ringing the closing bell at NASDAQ in New York, United States. This notable event took place during the Executive Business Dialogue, a component of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) 2023 proceedings. The dialogue was organized in collaboration with the United States Chamber of Commerce, Nigerian Exchange Group Plc, and Nigerian Investment Promotion Council.

Accompanying the President alongside other members of the Nigerian Delegation to UNGA 2023, Senator Ekpenyong’s participation in this prestigious event underscores the importance of fostering international business relations and showcasing Nigeria’s commitment to global economic collaboration.

The ringing of the closing bell at NASDAQ holds symbolic significance, representing a momentous close to the Executive Business Dialogue session. It signifies the exchange’s end-of-day trading activities and is a symbol of partnership and cooperation in the world of finance and business.

Senator Ekpenyong’s presence at this event not only reflects his dedication to representing the interests of Cross River South but also highlights Nigeria’s proactive engagement with international partners to promote economic growth and development.

As Senator Asuquo Ekpenyong continues to represent his constituency and contribute to national and international dialogues, his role in fostering economic ties and global collaboration remains pivotal. The ringing of the NASDAQ closing bell stands as a testament to the commitment of Nigerian leaders to creating opportunities for economic advancement and international partnerships.

Senator Ekpenyong’s participation in the Executive Business Dialogue at NASDAQ in New York exemplifies Nigeria’s readiness to engage with the global business community, paving the way for mutually beneficial relationships and economic growth.