The Lagos state government has announced that structures have been put in place to boost the export of Made-in-Nigeria products, noting that through the creation of the Lagos State Export Promotion Committee, the exportation of local products will be increased. This was disclosed on Sunday, November 13, 2022, by the Lagos state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu.
The governor, who was represented by the Secretary to the State Government, Mrs Folashade Jaji, at the just concluded 36th Edition of the Lagos International Trade Fair (LITF), said efforts are yielding the desired result, as Lagos has become a compelling brand that no investor or business can ignore.
“Our administration has done a lot to improve the business environment by implementing business-friendly policies to improve the ease of doing business in the state, making incentives available and our unrelenting commitment to infrastructural development and renewal. ”
While Sanwo-Olu urged investors to continue to take advantage of the immense opportunities available from doing business in Nigeria’s industrial hub, Lagos, he promised that his government would work hard to implement innovative and creative ideas driven by technology to meet the expectations and aspirations of Lagosians for a greater Lagos that is functional, productive, safe, secure and provides limitless opportunities for all.