The association argued that millions of Nigerians currently employed within the hides and skin value chain would be made jobless, if the suggestion for its cancellation is accepted by the Federal Government.
Last week, the Leather and Allied Products branch of Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (LAPAN) called for the cancellation on the ground that the adoption of the scheme is causing job losses.
Ali Abdu Gezawa, chairman of the hides and skin dealers association said contrary to insinuations ...
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