Abia's first automated shoe factory ready before May - Ikpeazu, as 30 trainees return from China

www.odogwublog.com reports that the first automated Abia shoe factory will be inaugurated before May this year, according to the State Government. 
Governor Okezie Ikpeazu who disclosed this at a reception organized for the first batch of 30 trainees of the Abia- China automated shoe training programme at the Abia Lodge, Aba, said Abia would soon become the industrial hub of Africa.
He said that the trainees would form the nucleus of the Abia shoe factory "on whose shoulders  will rest the responsibility of training others."
Ikpeazu  thanked them for doing the state proud and for returning home after the training.
“The new shoe economy of Abia state and Africa now rests on your shoulders”, he said.
According to him, the remaining youths out of the 100 proposed for the training will be sent to China after the completing the construction of the Abia shoe factory.
Dr Ikpeazu used the forum to advise Nigerians to turn their huge population to advantage just like China.
He commended the coordinators of the programme, Mr Sam Hart and Mr Chinenye Nwogu for their initiative and commitment.
In his admonition, the former state chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Bishop Goddy Okeafor enjoined the trainees to put God first in all they do, pursue excellence and integrity and appreciated the Governor for re positioning the state for the better.
Responding on behalf of others, two of the trainees, Mrs Nancy Anyatonwu and Mr Earnest Ifeanyi described the training as a huge success as they have acquired a lot of knowledge and appealed to the Governor to acquire automated shoe machines as it will enhance the economy of the state.
Abia's first automated shoe factory ready before May - Ikpeazu, as 30 trainees return from China Abia's first automated shoe factory ready before May - Ikpeazu, as 30 trainees return from China Reviewed by Odogwu Emeka Odogwu on Wednesday, February 07, 2018 Rating: 5

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