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FG Set To Commission Industrial Park In Anambra

FG Set To Commission Industrial Park In Anambra

Industrial Park In Anambra

Latest development as Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, is expected in Anambra State in a few-week time to commission all inclusive industrial park in the state.

The industrial park is the Federal Government’s reward to Anambra State for winning the 2019 award of the best state in micro, small and medium enterprises.

The Managing Director, Anambra State Small Business Agency, ASBA, Sir Clement Chukwuka, disclosed this at a collaborative meeting with Anambra State Coalition of Civil Society Networks, ASCON, in his office at Awka.


Sir Clement said the industrial park being erected at Nkwelle Ezunaka, is to centrally house financial institutions, Corporate Affairs Commission, among other allied offices that would make for ease of doing business for business men and industrialists in Anambra State.

The ASBA boss disclosed that Anambra qualified to host this latest business innovation due to its prime position in harnessing small and medium scale businesses for optimal growth, adding that no other state came close to Anambra when the level of implementation was reviewed.

He aplauded the economic drive and foresight of the state governor, Chief Willie Obiano in supporting ASBA and enabling it to raise multifarious small and medium scale enterprises with strong capital bases.

Sir Clement expressed the hope that business will flourish throughout the state with the coming on board of the park, adding that they will not travel as far as Abuja or Lagos, to tidy up their business transactions.

Earlier, the leader of Civil Society Networks in the state, Prince Chris Azor extolled the state governor for investing in ASBA and encouraging it to assist cash trapped business people to raise capital.

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