FG inaugurates committee to halt Nigerian exports’ rejection


Otunba Niyi AdebayoThe Federal Government has inaugurated an implementation committee to halt the constant rejection of Nigerian products at the international market.

Speaking during the inauguration on Thursday in Abuja, Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Otunba Niyi Adebayo, said the team was expected to implement the recommendations of the technical committee in record time.

“It would be recalled that on 16th September, 2022 I received the report submitted by members of the Technical Committee on Nigeria Agro-Export Reject with recommendations aimed at addressing the challenges of rejection of our agro-exports at the international market.

“Suffice it to state that a number of activities have been outlined to implement the recommendations of the Technical Committee and it is the task of the Implementation Committee to diligently ensure that they are properly articulated for the growth and development of the export sub-sector of the economy.”

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