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GOVERNOR MBAH TO COLLABORATE WITH THE PRIVATE SECTOR TO BOOST ENUGU STATE ECONOMY.

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The Governor of Enugu state Peter Mbah said his administration is determined to worktowards massive investments in security, infrastructure, and human capital development in the state to aid the actualization of his economic policies.

Mbah who made this known yesterday when he received the delegation of the Enugu State Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines, and Agriculture ECCIMA, on a courtesy visit to the state government house said the private sector would play a key role under his leadership to grow the state economy.

Earlier in his speech, the Chairman, Board of Trustees, BOT of ECCIMA, and Chief Executive Officer of Roban Group Robert Anwatu, commended the governor for his exceptional achievements in the past 8 months in areas of Agriculture, Infrastructure, Education, Security, Health among other sectors to enhance the state economy.

Similarly, the newly elected President of ECCIMA, Odega Jideonwo also lauded Mbah for his efforts, while the theme of this year’s Trade Fair was chosen to re-emphasize the importance of policy reforms that would support the growth of Small and Medium Enterprises toward achieving a self-sufficient, productive and export-based economy.

Urban Radio Correspondent Ifeyinwa Ogbue reports that the forthcoming 35th edition of the Enugu International Trade Fair was scheduled to commence on Friday 5th of April to Monday 15th of April, 2024 with the theme, Promoting Made-In-Nigeria Products For Global Competitiveness.

Written by: Ella Adike

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