Carmen Group reps Nigeria’s Bayelsa state

WASHINGTON: The Carmen Group has signed a contract worth more than $2 million to provide the government of Nigeria's Bayelsa state with US government and media relations and various consulting services through October 10, 2007. Work includes creation of a report on investment and economic-aid opportunities in Bayelsa and arrangement of speaking engagements for senior officials from the oil-rich but politically troubled nation at prominent US think tanks such as the Brookings Institution and the Council on Foreign Relations. The current governor of Bayelsa state, Jonathan Goodluck, took office at the end of 2005 following the arrest and impeachment of the previous governor on money-laundering charges filed in the UK.

WASHINGTON: The Carmen Group has signed a contract worth more than $2 million to provide the government of Nigeria's Bayelsa state with US government and media relations and various consulting services through October 10, 2007. Work includes creation of a report on investment and economic-aid opportunities in Bayelsa and arrangement of speaking engagements for senior officials from the oil-rich but politically troubled nation at prominent US think tanks such as the Brookings Institution and the Council on Foreign Relations. The current governor of Bayelsa state, Jonathan Goodluck, took office at the end of 2005 following the arrest and impeachment of the previous governor on money-laundering charges filed in the UK.

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