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Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by AbiaOnline(m): 3:44pm On Nov 21, 2018
THE EAGLE HAS LANDED....

The first ever automated shoe factory in Nigeria will be launched in Abia State soon.

Remember those 30 youths Abia Govt sent to China to learn automated shoe making?

The machines are now in Abia and we are set to start producing world class quality shoes in large quantities.







#IKPEAZU_IS_TALKNADO_GOVERNOR

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by aorseer: 6:11pm On Nov 21, 2018
Good one. Expecting quality shoes from Aba

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by Nobody: 6:25pm On Nov 21, 2018
This definitely is a Good development. More jobs will be created in the state at least. Thumbs up to the Governor.

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by Nobody: 7:50pm On Nov 21, 2018
Said IKPEAUZU
But Wait ooo, na GENERATOR we go use power them, because DARKNESS retards development

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by geozone: 8:30pm On Nov 21, 2018
dont forget or abandon it because of election abeg. Tax payers are not smiling

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by Kenekingisback: 10:12pm On Nov 21, 2018
Nice but someone in Lagos is just buying printing machines for propaganda in 2019 angry angry angry

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by jerryunit48: 10:29pm On Nov 21, 2018
Abaaaaaaaaa

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by pejuakinab: 11:49pm On Nov 21, 2018
Move this to front page.
Nigerians are not lazy

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by ojmaroni247(m): 12:19am On Nov 22, 2018
OK oh

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by Jancy606(f): 12:32am On Nov 22, 2018
This is good....we must surely reach there, one day

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by otipoju(m): 2:08am On Nov 22, 2018
sammyomal:
This definitely is a Good development. More jobs will be created in the state at least. Thumbs up to the Governor.

I swear to God we really have greedy and selfish leaders who are also extremely clueless as to how to move the country forward.

When i moved to USA...i saw firsthand the difference between an industrialised country and a third world country.

When you read it in textbooks you wont really understand how advanced they are and how backward we really are.

They have machines for everything such that they can produce anything in large quantities and quickly too.

Just one simple policy of removing import duties for "production machines and health care equipment" for the next 8 years will create massive employment for millions of Nigerians because small business owners and medium scale manufacturers can up their game.

I have a South african friend who told me there is no import duty for Agriculture equipment in his country.

But Nigerian government na lie. They will promise to create employment and empowerment but they do not understand that its not their job to create jobs.

....all they need to do is to deliberately create and sustain an enabling environment for entreprenuers and investors to create those jobs by opening new and expanding their various businesses.

A favourable climate for business is one in which we have the following:

1. Adequate security of lives and property...not one where soldiers, policemen and herdsmen and cultists are killing citizens indicriminately.

2. Stable banking system where the banks are healthy enough to loan to the real sector and so citizens can borrow to build their own houses or buy flats in a residential estate.

3. Removing import duties on equipment designed for manufacturing, cultivating crops,building houses and roads for a certain period...instead we have multiple taxes and all sorts of levies.

4. Have a solid tranport system..( Road, Rail, and Air and water)...for the safeand quick movement of goods...a good and wide road into a deserted area opens up that area for residential and commercial activity ...not the one that petrol tanker and containers will be falling on roads because they are too narrow to manouver.

5. Transperent judicial system where justice is not for sale to the highest bidders but is swift and also fair .

6. Massive building of world class craft schools in nearly every major and minor city...where anyone can be trained in a specific craft with the most modern tools availabe.

After graduating, they are issued two things

1. A Federal business license that can be verified by any customer on a public database.
2. Start up capital of 500k...

Try this in the north and see if it wont get all those almajiris off the streets.)

Try this in the east, if it will not unleash the genius of all those Igbo boys that can make something from nothing.

Try it in the West, if Nigeria will not become the Fashion capital of the world)

The effect of quality training and licencing is that quality of work and uniformity/standard will become the norm. Instead of the "anything goes" that is obtainable now.

Added.

7. Power Supply - one cannot but stress the importance of power supply to economic growth and a quality life. Power supply to any business is like blood and air to any human being. If you loose too much blood you die. If you dont have enough air to breathe, you die.

Sadly the powers that be (the petrol sellers and generator importers ) will contnue to enrich themselves while everyone else suffers while the government blame witches and wizards because they are the agents of darkness.

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by Masterclass32: 2:52am On Nov 22, 2018
Aba about to explode. South east will get there.

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by Masterclass32: 2:53am On Nov 22, 2018
Aba about to explode. Good one.
South east will get there.

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by Bede2u(m): 3:59am On Nov 22, 2018
This is The type of news from potor land. Lets wait for the type of news from maiduguri cheesy

*bokoharam kills ten soldiers grin

Or the type of news from sw shocked

Vote buhari in 2019 for yoruba president in 2023 grin

Like say yoro president will turn sw to japan cheesy meanwhile majority of yorubas are unemployed

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by kstyle2(m): 6:50am On Nov 22, 2018
otipoju:


I swear to God we really have greedy and selfish leaders who are also extremely clueless as to how to move the country forward.

When i moved to USA...i saw firsthand the difference between an industrialised country and a third world.

When you read it in textbooks you wont really understand how advanced and how backward we really are.

They have machines for everything such they can produce anything in large quantities and quickly too.

Just one simple policy of removing import duties for "production machines and health care equipment" for the next 8 years will create massive employment for millions of Nigerians because small business owners and medium scale manufacturers can up their game.

I have a south african friend who told me there is no import duty for Agriculture equipment in his country.

But Nigerian government na lie. They will promise to create create employment but they do not understand that its not their job to create jobs.

..all they need to do is to deliverarely create and sustain an enabling environment for entreprenuers and investors to create those jobs by opening amd expanding their various businesses.

A favourable climate for business is one in which we have the following:

1. Adequate security of lives and property...not one where soldiers, policemen and herdsmen and cultists are killing citizens indicriminately.

2. Stable banking system where the banks are healthy enough to loan to the real sector and so citizens can borrow to build their own houses or buy flats in a residential estate.

3. Removing import duties on equipment designed for manufacturing, cultivating crops,building houses and roads for a certain period.

4. Have a solid tranport system..( Road, Rail, and Air and water)...for the safe ease and quick movement of goods...a good road into a deserted area opens up that area for reaidential and commercial activity

5. Transperent judicial system where justice is not for sale to the highest bidders but is swift and also fair .

6. Massive building of world class craft schools in nearly every major and minor city...where anyone can be trained in a specific craft with the most modern tools availabe.

On graduation they are issued two things 1. A Federal business license that can be verified by any customer on a public database 2. Start up capital of 500k....( Try this in the north and see if it wont get all those almajiris off the streets.)

The effect of quality training and licencing is that quality of work and uniformity/standard will become the norm. Instead of the "anything goes" that is obtainable now.


spot on. I keep telling people that if our leaders care about us, they would have implemented policies in the favour or the citizens. Another point you omitted was stable power supply. If you know how much some factories, hotels, banks as well ad other business ventures spend per month in running and maintaining generators, you'll be shocked.
With constant power supply, the initial cost spent in running generators can be ploughed back to the business, can serve as higher salaries, can be used to train staff etc. Our leaders know our problems, know the solution to our problems but have decided not to solve it because some folks make crazy amount of money from these problems.
Our banks would almost never grant someone loan, touts will come harassing a small business owner for some silly levies that do not exist or are never remitted.

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by Caspian22(m): 7:13am On Nov 22, 2018
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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by Starboytwo(m): 7:36am On Nov 22, 2018
Very good....
Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by stagger: 7:40am On Nov 22, 2018
All the waste generated in Aba can easily power such a factory. That is, if we know what we are doing.

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by lonelydora: 7:40am On Nov 22, 2018
Good one. Ikpeazu Please pay your workers
Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by FYB(m): 7:41am On Nov 22, 2018
grin
Slowly slowly I tell you we re getting there.

We get there or we die here

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by b0rn2fuck(m): 7:41am On Nov 22, 2018
Good development
Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by Nobody: 7:42am On Nov 22, 2018
Let us witness the effect on Abia economy before you start celebrating. At this stage you just empowered foreign companies with Forex.

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by BadiratT: 7:42am On Nov 22, 2018
Good
Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by Xkalaban(m): 7:43am On Nov 22, 2018
Igbo Amaka cool

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by goshen26: 7:43am On Nov 22, 2018
Good one from Ikpeazu...

I don't think I have heard good news from his administration in recent time, but on this kudos to him and congratulations to Abians

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by alizma: 7:44am On Nov 22, 2018
still under Buhari's administration o.
when the children of hate say there is casting down, you that have fate shall say there is lifting up and so shall it be for you because according to the words of God, the power of life and death lies in the tongue.

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by Nobody: 7:44am On Nov 22, 2018
otipoju:


I swear to God we really have greedy and selfish leaders who are also extremely clueless as to how to move the country forward.

When i moved to USA...i saw firsthand the difference between an industrialised country and a third world.

When you read it in textbooks you wont really understand how advanced and how backward we really are.

They have machines for everything such they can produce anything in large quantities and quickly too.

Just one simple policy of removing import duties for "production machines and health care equipment" for the next 8 years will create massive employment for millions of Nigerians because small business owners and medium scale manufacturers can up their game.

I have a south african friend who told me there is no import duty for Agriculture equipment in his country.

But Nigerian government na lie. They will promise to create create employment but they do not understand that its not their job to create jobs.

..all they need to do is to deliverarely create and sustain an enabling environment for entreprenuers and investors to create those jobs by opening amd expanding their various businesses.

A favourable climate for business is one in which we have the following:

1. Adequate security of lives and property...not one where soldiers, policemen and herdsmen and cultists are killing citizens indicriminately.

2. Stable banking system where the banks are healthy enough to loan to the real sector and so citizens can borrow to build their own houses or buy flats in a residential estate.

3. Removing import duties on equipment designed for manufacturing, cultivating crops,building houses and roads for a certain period.

4. Have a solid tranport system..( Road, Rail, and Air and water)...for the safe ease and quick movement of goods...a good road into a deserted area opens up that area for reaidential and commercial activity

5. Transperent judicial system where justice is not for sale to the highest bidders but is swift and also fair .

6. Massive building of world class craft schools in nearly every major and minor city...where anyone can be trained in a specific craft with the most modern tools availabe.

On graduation they are issued two things 1. A Federal business license that can be verified by any customer on a public database 2. Start up capital of 500k....( Try this in the north and see if it wont get all those almajiris off the streets.)

The effect of quality training and licencing is that quality of work and uniformity/standard will become the norm. Instead of the "anything goes" that is obtainable now.


comparing USA to Nigeria is like comparing an S class mercedes to a 3 series BMW.
very stupid thing to do.how old is the USA?
for the record,i did not read all your write up because it will be a waste of my time.
Epitome of stupidity!!!Nigeria has really come a long way

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by budusky05(m): 7:45am On Nov 22, 2018
Na PDP stateooo. Dey good in initiating projects, but will never complete any.

Well thanks to okezie, need APC governor to put those equipment to use.

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by umarshehu58(m): 7:46am On Nov 22, 2018
Good development.

Some people will start saying Igbo amaka or biafra this as if the money used in training the youth and purchasing of the machines is from Kanu's biafra account.

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Re: Aba: The First Automated Shoe Factory In Nigeria Set To Be Launched (Photos) by Johnseli(m): 7:47am On Nov 22, 2018
Nice one!

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