REMARKS BY ENGR. MANSUR AHMED AT THE PRESS CONFERENCE FOR THE 2019 NIGERIA MANUFACTURING EXPO (NME)

REMARKS BY ENGR. MANSUR AHMED, PRESIDENT, MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA(MAN) AT THE PRESS CONFERENCE FOR THE 2019 NIGERIA MANUFACTURING & EQUIPMENT EXPO (NME) HELD ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2019 AT MAN HOUSE, 77, OBAFEMI AWOLOWO WAY, IKEJA, LAGOS

 

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It is with pleasure that I welcome esteemed gentlemen of the Press to this press conference which is aimed at intimating you and the general ...

ADDRESS PRESENTED BY DR. FRANK UDEMBA JACOBS, MON, PRESIDENT, MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (MAN) AT A PRESS CONFERENCE ON THE 46TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND MANUFACTURERS ANNUAL LECTURE/PRESIDENTIAL LUNCHEON

ADDRESS PRESENTED BY DR. FRANK UDEMBA JACOBS, MON, PRESIDENT, MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (MAN) AT A PRESS CONFERENCE ON THE 46TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND MANUFACTURERS ANNUAL LECTURE/PRESIDENTIAL LUNCHEON HELD ON WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2018 AT MAN HOUSE, 77 OBAFEMI AWOLOWO WAY, IKEJA, LAGOS.

 

I am delighted to welcome you all to this Press Conference. The purpose of this conference is to solicit for your usual coverage ...

Press Statement of The Organized Private Sector (OPS) on the dilapidated State of Access Roads to Apapa and Tin Can Ports: Implications on Business Performance.

1.0 Preamble The Organized Private Sector(OPS), comprising the Manufacturers’ Association of Nigeria (MAN), Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA), Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines & Agriculture (NACCIMA), National Association of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (NASME) and National Association of Small Scale Industries (NASSI); commends the Federal Government for efforts aimed at improving the Ease of Doing Business. This is evidenced by the setting ...

PRESS RELEASE ON THE ISSUANCE OF ARREST ORDER ON SOME CEOs OF MAN MEMBER COMPANIES

The issue I am about to raise might not be new to you, given the fact that the threat to arrest 30 (thirty) Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of some of our member companies by the Chairman, Senate Committee on Customs, Excise and Tariff, was made public through several media outfits. This order was for no other reason than the non-appearance of the CEOs of the affected companies in person at the public hearing to investigate companies alleged to be involved in the N30 trillion revenue leakage in...