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LCCI inducts 75 firms as members

The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry has inducted 75 industries as members of the group.

The induction which was done virtually and streamed globally was performed by the LCCI President, Mrs Toki Mabogunje.

The industries inducted, represented by their delegates, belong to sectors such as manufacturing, pharmaceutical, banking, services and investment.

Speaking during the induction, Mabogunje said the chamber had championed many policy advocacy activities that had resulted in beneficial reforms and outcomes with high impact.

The LCCI leader noted that she was delighted to see several businesses and corporate entities that appreciated the chamber’s many valuable activities becoming members.

 She said, “This is a very strategic decision, which will add value to your businesses. I am aware that you have been duly briefed by the membership and welfare committee under the leadership of the chamber, Mrs Mojisola Bakare, on the activities and operation of the various organs of the chamber.

 “Let me emphasise that the overarching objective of the chamber, which guide our activities and projects, is encapsulated in our mission statement. The LCCI is to promote and protect the interest of its members and the business community at large through public policy advocacy, creation and facilitation of commercial and industrial opportunities, provision of business development service and observance of highest standard of business ethics.”

She said as businessmen and women, they had the obligations which transcended profit making.

She said, “We should pay adequate attention to the integrity of our business transactions and practices.

“I urge you all to be committed to the ideals of high ethical standards and responsible corporate citizenships.”


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