The Association of Master Bakers and Caterers of Nigeria has said it would withdraw its service nationwide from February 27, should the Federal government refuse to implement the agreement it entered into with the association in 2020.


A statement from the National President of AMBCON, Mansur Umar, noted that the decision to withdraw its services was due to the increase in the prices of baking materials such as flour, sugar, yeast, vegetable oil, petrol, diesel all occasioned by subsidy removal and forex deregulation.


Umar called for the immediate implementation of financial support palliatives for bakers as promised by the Federal Government as post COVID-19 support programmes for Small and Medium Enterprises for bakers who have lost over 40 per cent of their membership and still counting.


He further called for the suspension of all forms of taxation on the bakery industry for now at the federal, state and local government levels, stating that the multiple taxes heaps huge financial burden on members.


The association also called for the setting up of a price control and monitoring committee as allowed by the constitution as amended and other conditions that will enhance the ease of doing business in the country.
















February 13, 2024

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