SON TASKS WORKERS TO ENGAGE IMPORTERS, OTHERS TO FOSTER A SANITIZED LOCAL INDUSTRIAL SECTOR

Written by on January 15, 2021

IN A BID TO SCALE UP THE OPERATIONS OF THE ORGANIZATION, AND ENGENDER EFFECTIVE SERVICE DELIVERY, THE STANDARD ORGANIZATION OF NIGERIA (SON) HAS CALLED ON ITS STAFF ACROSS THE STATES OF THE FEDERATION, TO COLLABORATE WITH IMPORTERS AND OTHER RELEVANT ASSOCIATIONS, IN A BID TO ACHIEVE A SANITIZED MARKET AND HEALTHY LOCAL INDUSTRIAL SECTOR.

THIS CALL WAS MADE BY THE ORGANISATION’S DIRECTOR-GENERAL AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO), FAROUK SALIM, DURING AN OFFICIAL VISIT TO THE SON’S OFFICE IN AWKA.

SALIM SAYS THERE IS A NEED FOR SYNERGY THAT WOULD NOT ONLY REDUCE FRICTION BETWEEN SON AND THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY, BUT ALSO HELP ACHIEVE THE TARGET OF A SANITIZED MARKET AND HEALTHY LOCAL INDUSTRIAL SECTOR.

HE ADDED THAT THE STATES’ WORKERS UNDER THE ORGANIZATION SHOULD REACH OUT TO VARIOUS ASSOCIATIONS IN THEIR AREAS OF INTEREST AND CARRY OUT SENSITIZATION ON ACTIVITIES OF THE SON.

HE ALSO TASKED ALL STATE COORDINATORS TO ENGAGE THE BUSINESS COMMUNITIES AT ALL TIMES, RATHER THAN RELYING ON THE ROUTINE ENGAGEMENT OF SECURITY PERSONNEL IN THE COURSE OF EMPLOYMENT.

ACCORDING TO HIM, THE ORGANIZATION UNDER HIS LEADERSHIP WAS INCREASING THE LOGISTICS AND MANPOWER SUPPORT TO STATE OFFICES, BY WAY OF DECENTRALISING ITS OPERATIONS TO ENABLE THEM FUNCTION MORE INDEPENDENTLY AND SPEEDILY.


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