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Nigerian government set to implement simpler and better business regulations

The Nigerian government says it is set to implement simpler and better regulations to enhance ease of doing business in the Country.

The Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, Dr. Nasir Sani- Gwarzo said this during the opening ceremony of a Two-Day Workshop on the Improvement of Business Enabling Environment and Industrial Policy Growth for the Staff of the Ministry in Keffi, Nassarawa State, North Central Nigeria.

He stated that a lot of achievements have been recorded in the Ministry.

“First of all the Institutionalization of the Policy on the Ease of Doing  Business,  three Executive Orders have been promulgated which gave way for implementation of Ease of Doing Business in the Country”. He said.

The Permanent Secretary said the Ministry is the focal implementing Agency of government saddled with the responsibility of promoting the Ease of Doing Business and promotion of Industrial policy growth.

He noted that the Ministry put together this sensitization workshop on improvement of Business Enabling Environment and Industrial Policy Growth in the North Central Geo-Political Zone front noting that the same programme will be replicated in other Geo-Political Zones of the Country.

“You can hear feedback of more commitment from staff and other Stakeholders who have attended this workshop indicating their readiness to promote  Ease of Doing Business activities”.

“So we do hope that more Nigerians will hear about the details and more will participate actively in the actualization of President Muhammadu Buhari’s dreams”. He added.

The Director, Human Resource Management in the Ministry, Mr. Simon Alabi thanked the top Management Staff under the Leadership of the Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Adeniyi Adebayo CON, Minister of State, Amb. Mariam  Katagum and the Permanent Secretary, Dr. Nasir Sani-Gwarzo for providing focus Leadership in a manner to encourage the staff in pursuing the mandate of the Ministry.

 

 

Source: Voice of Nigeria