Buhari’s Ministers Brainstorm over Removal of Bottlenecks to Doing Business


Dele Ogbodo in Abuja

Concerned about the bottle-necks inhibiting the ease of doing business in the country, the Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Geofrey Onyemah, his counterpart in Interior, Lt. Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazzau, rtd., and the Minister of Trade and Investment, Mr. Okechukwu Enelamah, on Friday resolved to set up a technical committee to come up with solutions to the impediments.

In a strategic meeting among the three ministers convened by Dambazzau in his office in Abuja, he said part of the strategy is to immediately convene a committee that will look at all the processes with the view to refining them for local and foreign investors to come in and do business.

He said: “Government will look at all the issues on how the process can be refined in a way that government can deliver the best services that Nigerians and foreigners want and of course investors need secure environment and we tackling this and to encourage foreign investors to come into the country to invest with a good environment.”

The minister however added that the three ministries need to work in synergy and in a coordinated manner to achieve positive result.

In his remark, Onyemah, said the foreign affairs ministry is determined to provide Nigerians and foreigners the best of service in all its missions.

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