- NAMA MD says the agency has begun the process of implementing the federal government’s executive orders on the ease of doing business in the country
- This is in accordance with the three executive orders signed by the acting president, Yemi Osinbajo on May 18
- The agency is set to organize workshops to sensitize both staff and industry stakeholders to the essence and imperatives of the executive orders
The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) says it has begun the process of implementing the federal government’s executive orders on the ease of doing business in the country, NAN reports.
This comes ahead of the June 8 deadline for the implementation of the directive.
In a statement released on Sunday in Lagos, the managing director of NAMA, Fola Akinkuotu said the agency had already updated its website showing the requirements, conditions and procedures for doing business or obtaining services in the organisation.
NAIJ.com notes that three executive orders to ease business, fast-track budget submission and promote made-in-Nigeria products had been signed by Acting President Yemi Osinbajo on May 18.
In compliance with the order, Akinkuotu stated that NAMA would organize workshops to sensitize both staff and industry stakeholders to the essence and imperatives of the executive orders.
Recall that NAIJ.com previously reported that Acting President Yemi Osinbajo on Thursday, May 18, signed three executive orders that will significantly change some of the ways government business and operations are conducted in the country forthwith.
Ahead of the signing, Mr Osibanjo held an interactive session at the old Banquet Hall of Presidential Villa with all relevant government officials, including ministers, permanent secretaries, heads of departments and agencies among others.
In the NAIJ.com TV video below, Acting President Osinbajo visited Lagos state for a ground breaking commissioning of the Lagos-Ibadan railway line.