The Chief Executive Officer of Ghana Enterprise Agency, Mrs. Kosi Antwiwaa Yankey-Ayeh, stated at the Nigerian Bar Association, Section on Economic Law NBA-SBL conference in Abuja that Nigeria and Ghana have the power to change the business environment of the African continent.
The purpose of the conference with the theme “Recent Developments in the Business Law Environment” is to give stakeholders in Nigeria’s business environment a forum to discuss problems that have an impact on the nation’s enterprises.
Speaking to the audience, Mrs. Yankey-Ayeh noted that the two nations’ commercial ties are strong enough for them to develop better business regulations and youth development programs that would benefit the African continent.
Mrs. Yankey-Ayeh urged participants to innovate and develop young people’s entrepreneurial skills.
She stated that the future of the economy depends on a renewed focus on the economic ecosystem.
Mrs. Yankey-Ayeh emphasized the necessity for company owners in Africa to use technology to enhance operations.
She said, “business laws helps to maintain order, to establish a state of generally accepted standards, resolves disputes and protect liberty as well as rights when it comes to business as well as relations with customers, government authorities and other businesses.”
The 16th annual conference’s focus is on the global business environment, according to the President of the Nigerian Bar Association, NBA Mr. Olumide Apkata SAN, who also spoke at the event.
According to Akpata, the conference has continued to serve as a meeting place for policymakers, regulators, and business professionals looking for solutions to the various problems preventing businesses from growing since it was first held in 2004.
The international business conference of the SBL has set the tune for conversation on various aspects of our national lives.”
Also, the NBA President -elect Mr Yakubu Maikyau SAN pledged engagement with government in promoting the economic fortunes of the country.
Mr Maikyau promised to open more space for young law practitioners in the country.