ANNOUNCEMENT 13 Oct 2009

In October 2009, the government of Nigeria announced a change in the local input requirements for the participation in certain public purchases.

NUMBER OF INTERVENTIONS

1

  • 1 harmful
  • 0 neutral
  • 0 liberalising

SOURCE



African Business. (1 December 2009). Be patriotic - buy Nigerian.

All Africa. (29 July 2009). FG Gives Condition on Made-in-Nigeria Goods Campaign.

All Africa. (13 October 2009). Buy-Nigerian Campaign.

All Africa. (20 October 2009). The Buy Made-in-Nigeria Campaign.

The Guardian. (18 March 2010). Mandatory 'buy made-in-Nigeria' policy underway.

Xinhua News Agency. (14 October 2009). Nigerian government bans foreign beverages at official functions.


Inception date: 13 Oct 2009 | Removal date: open ended
Still in force

Public procurement localisation

According to numerous and consistent press reports, the government of Nigeria has launched a "Buy Made-In-Nigeria" campaign on 13 October 2009. With a campaign funding of N200 million, the government seeks to encourage Nigerians to consume locally produced goods.
 
To set an example, the then Vice President Goodluck Jonathan has directed that catering for all future official functions shall be provided only through domestic produce. Also, Nigerian aid to foreign countries should be in the form of products made in Nigeria. Finally, the uniforms and boots of the Nigerian Armed Forces shall be sourced locally.
 
In spring 2010, press reports emerged indicating a broader Buy Made-In-Nigeria stance on public procurement. In a press report on 10 March 2010, the Nigerian Minister of Commerce and Industry, Achike Udenwa, is quoted: "We are sponsoring a memo soon before the Federal Executive Council tomake it mandatory for all procurement in the federal establishmentlocally based."

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