Dutch stock exchange-listed staffing agency Brunel is pulling out of Nigeria because of the ‘continuing feeling of corruption and bribery’, chief executive Jan Arie van Barneveld says in Wednesday’s Financieele Dagblad.
‘The security risk and bureaucracy make it almost impossible to guarantee the quality of our services and the safety of our workers in Nigeria in the future,’ Van Barneveld is quoted as saying.
‘If it is actually impossible to do business without breaking the rules and putting our staff in physical danger, then I’ve had it,’ he said. ‘Even if we will notice the difference in our books.’
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