FG to improve business rate for manufacturers

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Pic 7. Vice President Yemi Osinbajo (M) German Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr. Bernhard Schlagheck (3RD L) Head of Germany Industry and Commerce in Nigeria Ulrich Konstantin Rieger (R) with other members of the delegation during their visit the Presidential Villa in Abuja on Tuesday (19/6/18) 03244/19/06/18/ICE/NAN

Manufacturers Association of Nigeria has commended the Federal Government for adopting measures to improve Nigeria’s ease of doing business rating.

The association’s Director-General, Mr Segun Ajayi-Kadri, said the improved rating would assure investors that Nigeria remained the place for safe investments and Africa’s biggest economy.

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The Managing Director of Galaxy Backbone, the largest digital service in Nigeria, Mr Yusuf Kazaure says digital service is growing within public institutions in the country.

Kazaure said more and more agencies were gradually adopting digital means to work and engage across local and international organisations.

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Mr Sani Datti, Head of Media and Public Relations, NEMA has dismissed the grievances of workers of the agency who were protesting poor conditions of service and redundancy saying there is no justification for an industrial action.

National Emergency Management Agency workers had staged a protest, calling for a thorough investigation into their conditions of service.

 

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel has hosted French President Emmanuel Macron at Sehloss Meseberg Castle near Berlin.

The two leaders discussed reforms to stop the disintegration of the European Union and the immigration issues.

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The UN has committed to the defence of the rights of migrant and refugee children and appealed to the U.S. to immediately put a stop to the policy of forcibly separating migrants.

The UN urged the US to ratify the Convention on the Rights of the Child and described as ‘unconscionable’, the U.S. border policy of forcibly separating migrant.

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The Nigeria Amputee Football Federation says the forthcoming National Amputee Football Championship will restore passion for the sport and identify skillful players for the October World Cup in Mexico.

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The Federation’s President, Suleiman Isah, said the championship, slated for June 25 to June 28 at the National Stadium Abuja, would be open to affiliated state associations.

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