Saturday 12 February 2022


Dr. Ezra Yakusak
, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC), has accentuated the importance of financial incentives in boosting the contributions of exporting companies to the economy.
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According to him, incentives such as Export Development Fund (EDF), among others, have helped to keep exporting companies, particularly small and medium enterprises ((SMEs) afloat.
He made it crystal clear that without the Export Expansion Grant (EEG) scheme, a lot of exporters would have gone out of market.
The NEPC Executive Director made this known when he received a delegation of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria Export Group (MANEG) led by its Chairman, Ede Dafinone, in Abuja.
While acknowledging the contributions of the creative industry to the country’s economy, the Dr. Yakusak explained that the promotion of the industry, particularly music and movies, has helped to build the image of the country on the international scene.
Dafinone requested the support of the Council in reforming the EEG payment process.

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