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Nigeria: Labour Raises Alarm Over Inflow of Foreigners Into Meals, Beverage Business

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…warns in opposition to expatriate quota abuse

The Meals Beverage and Tobacco Senior Workers Affiliation, FOBTOB, has raised the alarm over growing inflow of expatriates into the Meals and Beverage Business.

The Affiliation consequently, insists that any abuse of the quota by the employers must be flagged to the suitable Company to safeguard Nigerian staff.

In a communique issued by the President and Govt Secretary, Jiomh Oyibo and Solomon Adebosin on the finish of the Affiliation fifteenth Nationwide Delegates Convention in Asaba, Delta State, lamented that “the inflow of expatriates has assumed a worrisome dimension within the Meals, Beverage and Tobacco business and the Affiliation ought to work with the related Authorities Businesses to guard jobs meant for the indigenous staff.

Subsequently, any abuse of the quota by the employers must be flagged to the suitable Company to safeguard Nigerian staff.”

The CommuniquĂ© amongst others, mentioned members resolved that “There’s a want for unity and collaboration to find options to highlighted perennial points confronting the Meals, Beverage and Tobacco business in Nigeria.

The Meals, Beverage and Tobacco business is the livewire of the nation with the capability to spice up the GDP and the stakeholders – Authorities, Employers and Labour should work collectively for its sustainability.

The economic system of Nigeria is in dire straits and the Delegates name on the Authorities to place all equipment in place to arrest the scenario and thereby put in test the rising inflation.