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Ikpeazu declares Abia capital of small medium enterprises in Nigeria - Ikpeazu declares Abia capital of small, medium enterprises in Nigeria

Ikpeazu declares Abia capital of small, medium enterprises in Nigeria

Governor Okezie Ikpeazu has mentioned that Abia State is now the capital of small and medium enterprises in Nigeria.

The governor, who was talking in AIT program, Democracy In the present day, mentioned that artisans in Aba not do their footwear with hand, as there’s an automatic shoe manufacturing facility within the industrial nerve State, whereas a brand new garment manufacturing facility will quickly be established.

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He mentioned the return of market giants, together with Kilimanjaro, market, Dominos, Kitchen republic, Coldstone amongst others in Aba is a transparent good signal of financial development.

The state chief government mentioned his administration had already arrange 5 pillars of improvement with enablers equivalent to street infrastructure, well being, and schooling and would proceed to make them ship prosperity to the individuals of the state.

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The governor famous that Ndigbo are sufficiently united to demand for the presidency of Nigeria and urged all political events within the nation to contemplate an Igbo particular person for the presidency in 2023 according to fairness, equity and good conscience, mentioning that the area had notable and accountable individuals that may lead the nation in direction of the trail of progress.

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He additional famous that the emergence of Prof George Obiozor as the brand new President-Common of Ohanaeze Ndigbo was according to the aspiration of the individuals, mentioning that the erudite Professor and diplomat has all it takes to drive the unification of Ndigbo and their agenda.

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