EXCLUSIVE : Muhammad Yusuf Lere....President of the Nigerian & Egypt Business Council, in full support of the African Union Industrialization Week & relates to Egyptian Minister of Trade, Nevine Gamea .

Within days now, the African Union Commission will be hosting 
the African Industrialization Week, (#AIW2021) on 20-24 November 2021, under the theme “Industrializing Africa: Renewed Commitment Towards an Inclusive and Sustainable Industrialization and Economic Diversification.” 

Focusing on one of the greats, the "World Industry Leaders" takes a deeper look into the life of our subject matter today: Muhammad Yusuf Lere (Sa’in Lere), who, to date, has inves
ted many of his years working towards helping African businesses evolve, through the Nigerian and Egypt Business Council and who is presently supporting Africa's industrial development, at a speedy rate.

Today the World Industry Leaders Magazine can describe Muhammad Yusuf Lere (Sa’in Lere)
 as a triple threat combination.

A serial achiever, The Sa' in Lere is the current 
President of Nigeria and Egypt Business Council and was honored in the far North of Nigeria, with an "Award of Excellence" by Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) Zaria Post Graduates Representative Council for his dedication to the course of commerce, industry and organized private sector development in Nigeria and beyond.

On that night, Alhaji Yusuf was giving loud accolades for his selfless service to humanity, peacebuilding, and a good example to the students of industrial design and ABU Zaria in general.

He was described during the presentation ceremony as a man of integrity with qualitative leadership.

A man with an interesting pedigree, the Sa’in Lere was the first executive director of Kaduna State Development and Property Company Ltd.

He served on many boards in and out of Kaduna State and was also a one-time deputy president of Kaduna Chamber of Commerce, member Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce, Nigeria-Ethiopia Chamber of Commerce and now, President of the Nigeria-Egypt business council.

The same Nigerian- Egypte Business Council that has recently undergone an upgrade, by having the Minister of Trade and Industry Nevine Gamea ordering a restructuring of the Egyptian side of the Egypt-Nigeria Business Council, with the new members’ tenure extending for three years effective from September 1st, 2021, which has been the decision in the Egyptian Gazette.

Egyptian Minister of Trade, Nevine Gamea 

Gamea said, that the Egyptian side would submit a semi-annual report on the efforts and activities of the council to the Minister of Trade and Industry, as well as its proposals and future plans for the development of common interests between the two countries.

The Egyptian side was formerly led by Walid Gamal El-Din, head of the Export Council for Building Materials and a board member of the Modern Company for Insulation Materials. 

Muhammad Yusuf Lere (Sa’in Lere) with Egyptian Associates.

The restructuring step comes within the framework of the ministry’s efforts to increase the rates of intra-regional trade and joint investments between Egypt and Nigeria, in particular, and with the African continent in general. The new formation would include experts in the sectors that represent the main pillar of joint economic and commercial cooperation between Egypt and Nigeria."

"Restructuring is a key component for growth, as it helps our corporate members keep up to date with the latest technology and digital era.", says Muhammad Yusuf Lere (Sa’in Lere), he further added that: "As pleasing as it sounds, many are so rooted in their routines, that they might see this as an unnecessary ground shaking disturbance, yet I feel it is a necessary disturbance, that helps us better redefine what the Nigerian-Egyptian Council stands for and that is Excellence. Furthermore, I command the Egyptian Minister of Trade, Nevine Gamea for her swift approach in realizing that this change will also help achieve better inter-relational connections for both countries as a long hall, which will eventually help this platform for the better, not just for the African members but also for the International community as a whole. Equally, this is why I also support the African Union Industrialization Week, as I feel it is what's also needed to keep the present and future African Business owners evolve within their own industry"

Alhaji Muhammad Yusuf Lere was also a member of the Vision 20:20 amongst others. 

A deep lover of humanity, and a two-time recipient of the prestigious Business initiative international award in Paris and Germany respectively.

A one-time special adviser on Trade and investment to Kaduna state government.

He is also the chairman, Afri-Bond (Nig) Ltd., Afri-Line Ltd, and Grand Patron of Kaduna State Cycling Association. He is a member of Kaduna State Peace Commission; trustee, Human Dev’t Foundation of Nigeria, and Chairman, Board of Trustees of Sabil Charitable International Organisation among others.

A keen lover of Arts, culture, sports, reading, traveling, and mentoring the global youths.

A graduate of industrial design from the prestigious Ahmadu Bello University Zaria in the Kaduna State of Nigeria.

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  1. I've known Sa'i for well over 40 years, 47 to be precise. Sa'i has always been business minded and an achiever way back from his secondary school days. These achievements have not therefore come as a surprise, it's just who Sa'i is by Allah's special will. I also see him setting the pace in the forthcoming African Union Commission's "African Industrialization Week".
    Alh. Salisu Abubakar Snr.
    (Danmadamin Keffi)

  2. Mashaa Allah Barakallahu fihi. Dogara as we fondly call him a childhood friend. I lost contact with him since early seventies. We were neighbors at Muslim quarters Marafa. Since then I believe Allah meant something great on this blessed Man. How is wish I can connect to him to ask a lot about the family members and life in general. Sincerely I wish him greater achievements in life and Increase in Iman and Taqawa


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