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...

PRESS BRIEFING BY THE PRESIDENT OF MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA, DR. FRANK UDEMBA JACOBS, MON, ON THE ISSUANCE OF ARREST ORDER ON SOME CEOs OF MEMBER COMPANIES HELD ON 24TH AUGUST 2017 AT MAN HOUSE, IKEJA, LAGOS.

Gentlemen of the Press, I would like welcome you to this very important briefing. 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 i...