Some stakeholders in the Agro-Commodity Export on Sunday urged the Federal Government to address the ban placed on some Nigerian produce by the European Union. Obiora Madu, the Chairman, Export Group of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), made the appeal at the same time as he spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos.
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“Yes, there are a lot of export markets beyond Europe but if we do nothing, it is likely to escalate at the same time as other nations join the EU to reject our produce again we are in trouble.
“As a chamber, we are concerned about the trend and are actively at the forefront of sensitising farmers and exporters on compliance to international standard for our produce,’’ he said.