Nigerians Urged To Patronise Home Made Products



The Ambassador Initiative for Development and Empowerment (AIDE) has called on Nigerians to support the campaign for the use of Nigerian made products.

The executive director of AIDE, Dr Chimene Samuel Paul, made the call during the flag off of the one-year advocacy and sensitisation with the theme: ‘#Hash-tag buyNaija2GrowNaija,’ yesterday  in Abuja.

He noted that the business stakeholders advocacy engagement was an initiative created by AIDE to create and dialogue among key economic stakeholder with an objective to revamp the Nigerian economy by promoting the market-dominance of locally-manufactured product and indigenous services, and also encouraging the patronage #BuyNaija2GrowNaija’ brand new  product across the country.

He said,  “Nigeria is the highest importer of non-essential goods in Africa and some of the product being imported are also produce in Nigeria, imagine the economic benefits if create a system were our locally manufactural products exported across the globe, more taxes would be paid to government agency to create more jobs to timing unemployment youths across the county,” he said.

The chairman of the occasion  Dr Dogo Muhammed, urged both the federal,  state, and local governments to key into this great opportunity that will guarantee our success towards achieving the mandate of Home-Grow made in the country, where Nigeria would be proud of the locally made product of the rice productions, in the country.

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