AIME tasks govt on promoting peace, productivity

By Editor   |   03 September 2015   |   2:00 am  

Buhari

Buhari

In a proactive measure to create enabling environment of peace and productivity in African countries, particularly in Nigeria, Global Media Communications Networks, AIME, has urged Nigerians to embrace peace and productivity among ethnic groups in the country in order to add value to economic growth.

AIME is an African international company that works towards answering questions threatening peace and productivity through its laudable programs.

According to the Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of the company, Emenogie Israel, peace promotion is a social responsibility that should be guided by everyone.

“We see that this responsibility has failed but we at AIME see such responsibility as a beauty to promote peace due to its potential for social development in Nigeria and Africa as a whole.

Israel explained that AIME is driven by passion to deliver on its commitment, adding: “Our people are dedicated to providing quality offerings, unparallel services and responsiveness. We are committed to working together with partners to deal with problems in an open and honest manner relating to conflict and ensuring stability of a global economy.

“However, we are a major player in the industry as also very relevant in the African market. Our consistency and our stylish research reporting had endeared eminent people trailing our pathway”.

Israel noted that Nigerians should see rates of productivity growth increasing at a faster rate in poorer countries than in richer ones.

“This is what we have seen in East Asia over the past decades. In Africa this has not been the case. The continent is not catching up, due to three severe impediments to productivity and growth like poor governance, poor education, and the highly restrictive nature of economic transactions in most African countries”, he added.



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