Wednesday, 12 February 2020

DO YOU KNOW THAT FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IS PLANNING TO BAN CHARCOAL EXPORT

Where are the charcoal exporters in Nigeria? Have you heard that in order to check deforestation, the Minister, Federal Ministry of Environment, Dr. Mohammad Mahmood Abubakar, has started promoting a move to ban the export of charcoal?

Hmmm!!! Folks, let us say the truth and shame the devil. Many Nigerian non-oil products exporters have been defrauded of huge amount of money in the process of exporting agricultural commodities and solid minerals to foreign countries. Do you know why? They were not trained on export operations, management, documentations and the best methods of payment in export trade. This is terrible!!! Nigerians cannot continue to lose money to foreigners in the course of export business. Exporters, would you like to keep on being scammed? Why don’t you get a practical manual that explains the stages of export trade from processing and packaging of commodities to receipt of payment by the foreign buyers? It explains export operations, export management, export documentations and methods of payment in export trade? Yes, it is a contemporary step-by-step guide to export trade. It tells all the contemporary dynamics in export trade. To get it, click on this link: http://www.tectono-business.com/2016/02/contemporary-step-by-step-guide-to.html

The Minister has already met with senior officials of the Federal Ministry of Finance on placing charcoal on lists of ban items. He disclosed that the campaign is receiving favourable attention by the government in attempt to reduce climate change impacts, already threatening the survival and livelihoods of people. It will also assist the government to fulfill the country’s obligation under the Paris Agreement and actualization of goals of its Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC).

Currently, the National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency (NESREA) enforces the provisions of the National Environmental (Control of Charcoal Production Export) Regulations 2014.The regulation also provides that, ‘a person shall not be granted a permit for charcoal production without having a reforestation and rehabilitation plan for the area from where the charcoal will be derived or produced.

Fellow Nigerians, are you aware that our crude oil will soon become useless? Yes, it will, in no distant time, become valueless owing to the fact that the countries that rely on it as their only source of energy are developing more affordable alternative sources of energy. When this finally happens, what will we do? How are we currently preparing for this imminent economic doom? Which other sector will continue to stabilize our economy? Nigerians, the only solution is developing the agricultural sector. In fact, this is the only solution. Very soon, the major source of revenue will become agriculture and agro-exports. How are you positioning yourself to play big in agro-export business? Why don’t you get a practical manual that explains the stages of export trade from processing and packaging of commodities to receipt of payment by the foreign buyers? Yes, arm yourself with the contemporary trends in export trade. This manual explains export operations, export management, export documentations and methods of payment in export trade? Yes, it is a contemporary step-by-step guide to export trade. It tells all the contemporary dynamics in export trade. To get it, click on this link: http://www.tectono-business.com/2016/02/contemporary-step-by-step-guide-to.html    

In Nigeria, there is a ban on production of charcoal for export, but local commercial production is allowed within the ambits of the law. Indiscriminate destruction of forests for the production of charcoal leads to depletion of forest resources and is one of the causes of climate change.

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