Labour laws: Kalu charges Chinese firms, others on compliance needs

Deputy Speaker of Nigeria’s House of Representatives, Benjamin Okezie Kalu, has urged offshore companies and intending foreign investors to subscribe to the Nigerian labour laws in line with international best practices while doing business in the country.

Kalu made the call when he received a delegation from Quingdao Municipal council, China led by the Chairman of the Standing Committee of Qingdao Municipal People’s Congress, Mr. Wang Luming, on a courtesy visit on Monday.

He told the delegation that the parliament was ready to make legislative interventions to make the business climate more investment friendly.

Describing Qingdao as the China’s powerhouse in shipbuilding and construction, he said, “The House of Representatives is eager to engage in meaningful discussions with the Qingdao Municipal People’s Congress as part of the core engagements toward actualising the House’s 8-point legislative agenda, most especially, through business and investment-friendly legislative frameworks and oversight. By working together, we can unlock a future of mutual benefit.

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“We believe that this meeting will help enhance our understanding of shared interests, strengthen partnerships in economic sectors, facilitate opportunities for Qingdao enterprises in Nigeria, and promote mutual understanding and friendship, laying a strong foundation for deepening bilateral relations.

“We can join forces to build the infrastructure Nigeria needs to thrive. From top-notch home appliances to reliable tires and delectable processed foods, Qingdao’s manufacturing muscle presents a wealth of opportunities. Imagine factories humming in Nigeria, producing these goods or even becoming export hubs to the rest of Africa.

“We are committed to taking our economic and social ties to the next level. That means fostering deeper cooperation in trade, vocational training, and cultural exchange.

“I would like to express our gratitude to the Ndigboamaka Progressives Market Association for their crucial role in making this meeting possible”.

Earlier in his presentation, the Chairman of the Standing Committee of the Qingdao Municipal People’s Congress, Wang Luming said they came to synergize with the Nigerian government in areas of technology, vocational education and talent training to ultimately to solve the problem of unemployment in the country.



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