01 Jan LCCI Holds Stakeholders’ Dialogue on Land Use Charge Law in Lagos
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), the premier Chamber of Commerce and a leading voice in the organised private sector (OPS) in Nigeria, is set to hold a Dialogue Session on the new Land Use Charge Law in Lagos. This is aimed at examining the provisions of the recently passed law viz-a viz its implications for residents and businesses operating in Lagos and its environs.
The dialogue session, according to LCCI, is scheduled to hold on Friday, 9th March, 2018 at Commerce House, 1, Idowu Taylor Street, Victoria Island, Lagos by 10am.
Muda Yusuf, Director General of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) said: “In continuance of its Public Policy Advocacy Initiative, it behoves The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) to provide a platform, such as this, to aggregate the views of stakeholders (both public and private) on the new Land Use Charge Law in Lagos, which has generated heated debate in the public space.”
Yusuf further stressed that, “This platform will enable stakeholders in the Real Estate, Construction and other related sectors to engage the Lagos State Government on the recently passed Law and renegotiate its grey areas. The President of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mr. Babatunde Paul Ruwase, FCA is expected to preside over the session.”
Yusuf also emphasized that Seasoned Professionals, Leaders of Businesses in the Private Sector and top Public Sector Officials will be available to dialogue with participants at the event