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Kalu tells foreign investors: ‘Comply with Nigeria’s labor laws’

The Deputy Speaker of the Home of Representatives, Benjamin Kalu, has suggested overseas corporations and buyers to adjust to Nigerian labour legal guidelines, according to greatest worldwide practices, when conducting their enterprise within the nation.

Kalu made the enchantment on Monday when he obtained a delegation from the Quingdao Municipal Council in China, led by the chairman of the standing committee of the Qingdao Municipal Folks’s Congress, Mr. Wang Luming.

Kalu described Qingdao as China’s superpower in shipbuilding and development. He recalled the diplomatic ties between Nigeria and China, noting that each nations have good cooperation for mutual profit.

In a press release issued on Monday by the Chief Press Secretary to the Vice President, Levinus Nwabughiogu, Mr Kalu was quoted as saying: “It is very important adjust to labour legal guidelines. As an increasing number of corporations are coming to Nigeria, we’re strict in adhering to our legal guidelines.

“We’ve got seen that some corporations working in Nigeria usually are not adhering to our labor legal guidelines, particularly with regards to caring for individuals who work for them.”

Kalu additionally pledged that the Home is able to have interaction in dialogue with its Chinese language counterpart, within the mutual curiosity of each nations.

“The Home of Representatives is dedicated to partaking in significant discussions with the Qingdao Municipal Folks’s Congress as a part of its core duties to understand the Home’s eight-point legislative agenda, particularly by means of business- and investment-friendly legislative frameworks and supervision.

“By working collectively, we are able to unlock a way forward for mutual profit.

“We imagine that this assembly will improve our understanding of shared pursuits, strengthen partnerships in financial sectors, facilitate alternatives for Qingdao enterprises in Nigeria, and promote mutual understanding and friendship, thus laying a stable basis for deepening bilateral relations.

“We are able to be part of forces to construct the infrastructure Nigeria must thrive. From top-notch residence home equipment to dependable tires and scrumptious processed meals, Qingdao’s manufacturing energy presents a wealth of alternatives. Think about factories in Nigeria buzzing, producing these items and even turning into export hubs to the remainder of Africa,” he added.

Earlier in his presentation, Wang Luming, chairman of the standing committee of the Qingdao Municipal Folks’s Congress, mentioned that they had come to cooperate with the Nigerian authorities within the fields of expertise, vocational schooling and expertise coaching to deal with unemployment within the nation.

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