The immediate past President of OAAN, Chief Emmanuel Ajufo, stated this at the 38th Annual General Meeting held in Asaba, Delta State capital on Saturday.
He said, “Our association has been around for a long while. It seems to us that it is either the government does not know our worth or only limits our patronage to the political era.
“When we have our stakeholders with us, we use the opportunity to talk about things affecting our practice.
“Our members are groaning from the economic situation we are in. We are pleading for palliatives. We are only in business when our clients are doing well.
“As I speak, we all know that it is not well with companies in Nigeria now but we are hoping that they will bounce back sooner rather than later. So, we are pleading to the government at all levels for palliatives to enable us to remain in business.”
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