WhatsApp One of the investors in the development of deep seaports in the country, Mr. Victor Akpanika has called for the full participation of the private sector to ensure that Nigerians derive maximum benefits from the projects. He argued that the policy stifles the growth and profitable development of this vital sector of our economy. He explained that this does not only lead to over bearing bureaucratic interference, lack of probity and the absence of competition amongst the various ports, but also give room for insufficient funding to build capacity.
LCCI urges private sector participation in politics By - June 26, The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry LCCI has called on private sector operatives to get actively involved in the democratic and electoral processes to ensure the growth and development of the nation.
He said the private sector could not continue to be spectators in the democratic and electoral process, as the political environment had a profound impact on the environment and performance of businesses.
According to him, better private sector participation in democratic and electoral processes will surely impact positively on the quality of the political actors. He urged the business community to get their PVCs; mobilise people in various constituencies to get their PVCs, stand for elections at all levels and offer their services as volunteers to INEC.
Ruwase said the business community seeks political governance that sets a framework for transparency, openness and level playing field for all economic players. He also called on the Federal Government encourage local procurement of electoral materials to boost job creation and economic growth.
He said the country had the capacity and competence to meet the needs of INEC for the elections. Also speaking at the forum, Mr Abubakar Suleiman, Managing Director, Sterling Bank, said the notion that private sector operators were apolitical should be corrected because more than 80 per cent of the GDP was concentrated in the private sector.
According to him, wealth creation should be given priority as against wealth distribution as presently practised by politicians, and that the involvement of more private sector operators in governance would change the narrative. Acts of violence often target businesses in a profoundly damaging manner.
Yakubu assured the private sector of patronage, noting that the commission was aware of local capacities and competencies, and would collaborate to explore their expertise.Private Sector Participation in the Nigeria Maritime Industry 1 Brickstone Africa Research Private Sector Participation in the Nigeria Maritime Industry participation in the maritime industry.
This is true for the maritime sector in Nigeria.
H2: Private sector participation in the maritime industry has positively enhanced human capacity and infrastructural development of the nation’s ports and the entire maritime industry. H3: The involvement of private sector in the management of the county’s ports and associated sector has boost employment creation with attendant positive.
PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES ENRICO L. BASILIO UNIVERSITY OF ASIA AND THE PACIFIC AND CCPSP Coordinating Council for Private Sector Participation CEZA Cagayan Economic Zone Authority MARINA Maritime Industry Authority.
One of the investors in the development of deep seaports in the country, Mr. Victor Akpanika has called for the full participation of the private sector to ensure that Nigerians derive maximum. The strategy includes an all-inclusive guide that explains the framework and mechanism of the private participation in rail, land, maritime and aviation transport projects.
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increased private sector participation in all aspects of ports as well as the introduction of capital-intensive cargo handling techniques to obtain sustainable improvements in port operations have caused continuing and far-reaching changes in the port industry.