FG submits AfCFTA ratification instrument to AU

December 9, 2020 Punch 0 Comments

Nigeria has submitted the instrument of ratification of the African Continental Free Trade Area to the African Union, making it the 34th AfCFTA state party.

The Commissioner for Trade and Industry, African Union Commission, Ambassador Albert Muchanga, on Saturday, confirmed receiving the instrument of ratification from the Head of Mission and Permanent Representative of Nigeria to the AU, Richards Adejola.

He said the continent was ready to deliver a commercially-viable continental market on January 1, 2021. Read More.

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