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How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Anambra1stS0n: 7:52pm On Aug 01
Anambra State Shoe Manufacturing market photo gallery, completed in 2017 by Anambra small business agency(ASBA) under Gov Obiano

When the market was under construction 2017

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Anambra1stS0n: 7:54pm On Aug 01
The market now

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Psalmy2cute(m): 7:55pm On Aug 01
honestly this is commendable.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Xscape1993(m): 7:55pm On Aug 01
Good work. We need more of this.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by macdammy(m): 7:56pm On Aug 01
Excuse lemme talk sad
“Lizard nod head no mean say he hear Wetin you talk”


A lot of persons will commend this project, Buh the same people will still be the one to largely patronize designers from abroad, enriching the western world, and frustrating our local producers.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Anambra1stS0n: 7:58pm On Aug 01
Watch the video to see how people from far north are now buying their footwears from the market


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNPOl_nNkgQ

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Anambra1stS0n: 8:00pm On Aug 01
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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by MelesZenawi: 8:00pm On Aug 01
noted


We are just focusing on election now...


We are checking the book of chronicles of Anambra state.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Anambra1stS0n: 8:05pm On Aug 01
Anambra state government is currently constructing large tailoring market behind the shoe market in Nkwelle Oyi local government to be ready before the end of the year


More pictures

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by mrvitalis(m): 8:08pm On Aug 01
We need this in every zone in igbo land

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Anambra1stS0n: 8:09pm On Aug 01
MetaPhysical:


See jealousy.

So because Ngwa people post shoe factory from Aba now you want show us your factory in Anambra too.

Why cant you Anambra people just acknowledge that you are not always the best or most progressive in alaibo.

For your information Aba is far ahead of you in labour and productivity.

Outside of Lagos i think i will admit that Aba is next most productive hub in West Africa.

Stop competing with Ngwa. When they share progress and success of their toil....clap and applaud and support their leadership instead of distracting it with fake shoe warehouse in fake Ibo state.


In fact....Ngwa Amaka! grin


No wahala both states are in Igboland what are your people known for outside skull mining

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Rossikki: 8:09pm On Aug 01
All the more reason why the Biafra idea is STUPID.

Who will be the primary market of this expansion in Anambra State?

NIGERIANS.

Africa's biggest market, and the world's 6th largest consumer market.

Secessionists imagine that they will be able to sell these wares to the world, and don't need the Nigerian market. But they are seriously deluded. Countries are putting up protectionist barriers to build their own local industries. Others like China, have comparative advantage in manufacturing, and will leverage that to start price wars if need be, lowering them to stave off any competition.

Many buying countries would simply prefer the familiarity of Italian or even China made products, and would shun new, unproven stuff from some little African country.

Bottom line: For these Eastern industries to thrive, and take off to the next level, THEY NEED THE NIGERIAN MARKET.

Secession kills that immediately.

Nigeria is projected to become the world's THIRD most populous nation after China and India by 2050.

That is MARKET on a world class scale which Igbo manufacturers can have FIRST ACCESS TO BEFORE ALL-COMERS, if they play their cards right, and remain in the federation.

That FIRST ACCESS to the Nigerian market is already happening slowly, as groups like INNOSON and others get government supply contracts. INNOSON even supplies the Nigerian Airforce with equipment now.

As we approach 2050, the Igbos could become the richest ethnicity in all Africa, and among the richest on earth, if they remain...Nigerians.

A word is enough for the wise.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by UdechiHD(m): 8:11pm On Aug 01
Hardworking people. Aba and Onitsha is where you find artisans making money off shoe making business.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Anambra1stS0n: 8:12pm On Aug 01
MetaPhysical:




Dumbo you need to visit Nnewi

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by UdechiHD(m): 8:13pm On Aug 01
mrvitalis:
We need this in every zone in igbo land
Nah! Everyone has their strength.
Aba, Onitsha and Nnewi are for commerce and manufacturing.
Abakiliki advanced agriculture.
Enugu tourism and manufacturing.
Owerri is the seat of eastern petrochemical and tourism.
Fisheries in areas like Asa, and Anam.
However, Shoe and cloth manufacturing and other small scale craft can happen in areas like Nsukka, Orlu, Ahiara, Aguleri, Ekwulobia, Udi, Afikpo, Arochukwu, Okigwe etc.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Anambra1stS0n: 8:15pm On Aug 01
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Safety boot

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by agulion: 8:21pm On Aug 01
Rossikki:
All the more reason why the Biafra idea is STUPID.

Who will be the primary market of this expansion in Anambra State?

NIGERIANS.

Africa's biggest market, and the world's 6th largest consumer market.

Secessionists imagine that they will be able to sell these wares to the world, and don't need the Nigerian market. But they are seriously deluded. Countries are putting up protectionist barriers to build their own local industries. Others like China, have comparative advantage in manufacturing, and will leverage that to start price wars if need be, lowering them to stave off any competition.

Many buying countries would simply prefer the familiarity of Italian or even China made products, and would shun new, unproven stuff from some little African country.

Bottom line: For these Eastern industries to thrive, and take off to the next level, THEY NEED THE NIGERIAN MARKET.

Secession kills that immediately.

Nigeria is projected to become the world's THIRD most populous nation after China and India by 2050.

That is MARKET on a world class scale which Igbo manufacturers can have FIRST ACCESS TO BEFORE ALL-COMERS, if they play their cards right, and remain in the federation.

That FIRST ACCESS to the Nigerian market is already happening slowly, as groups like INNOSON and others get government supply contracts. INNOSON even supplies the Nigerian Airforce with equipment now.

As we approach 2050, the Igbos could become the richest ethnicity in all Africa, and among the richest on earth, if they remain...Nigerians.

A word is enough for the wise.
. Shut up if you have any thing to say, other African countries will buy you if your dead Nigeria didn't buy

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by kingzizzy: 8:21pm On Aug 01
Rossikki:
All the more reason why the Biafra idea is STUPID.

Who will be the primary market of this expansion in Anambra State?

NIGERIANS.

Africa's biggest market, and the world's 6th largest consumer market.

Secessionists imagine that they will be able to sell these wares to the world, and don't need the Nigerian market. But they are seriously deluded. Countries are putting up protectionist barriers to build their own local industries. Others like China, have comparative advantage in manufacturing, and will leverage that to start price wars if need be, lowering them to stave off any competition.

Many buying countries would simply prefer the familiarity of Italian or even China made products, and would shun new, unproven stuff from some little African country.

Bottom line: For these Eastern industries to thrive, and take off to the next level, THEY NEED THE NIGERIAN MARKET.

Secession kills that immediately.

Nigeria is projected to become the world's THIRD most populous nation after China and India by 2050.

That is MARKET on a world class scale which Igbo manufacturers can have FIRST ACCESS TO BEFORE ALL-COMERS, if they play their cards right, and remain in the federation.

That FIRST ACCESS to the Nigerian market is already happening slowly, as groups like INNOSON and others get government supply contracts. INNOSON even supplies the Nigerian Airforce with equipment now.

As we approach 2050, the Igbos could become the richest ethnicity in all Africa, and among the richest on earth, if they remain...Nigerians.

A word is enough for the wise.

Since when do you need to be part of Nigeria to sell goods and services to Nigeria? Abeg make we hear word

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by MetaPhysical: 8:24pm On Aug 01
Anambra1stS0n:

Dumbo you need to visit Nnewi

You are jealous of Ngwa. Period!

Aba we know....who knows Nnewi?

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Anambra1stS0n: 8:26pm On Aug 01
MetaPhysical:


You are jealous of Ngwa. Period!

Aba we know....who knows Nnewi?
what are your people known for

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by MASTAkiLLAh(m): 8:27pm On Aug 01
Nigeria can be great if ethnic bigotry can be shelved but the buffoons in Aso Rock no go gree cool

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by MetaPhysical: 8:28pm On Aug 01
Rossikki:
All the more reason why the Biafra idea is STUPID.

Who will be the primary market of this expansion in Anambra State?

NIGERIANS.

Africa's biggest market, and the world's 6th largest consumer market.

Secessionists imagine that they will be able to sell these wares to the world, and don't need the Nigerian market. But they are seriously deluded. Countries are putting up protectionist barriers to build their own local industries. Others like China, have comparative advantage in manufacturing, and will leverage that to start price wars if need be, lowering them to stave off any competition.

Many buying countries would simply prefer the familiarity of Italian or even China made products, and would shun new, unproven stuff from some little African country.

Bottom line: For these Eastern industries to thrive, and take off to the next level, THEY NEED THE NIGERIAN MARKET.

Secession kills that immediately.

Nigeria is projected to become the world's THIRD most populous nation after China and India by 2050.

That is MARKET on a world class scale which Igbo manufacturers can have FIRST ACCESS TO BEFORE ALL-COMERS, if they play their cards right, and remain in the federation.

That FIRST ACCESS to the Nigerian market is already happening slowly, as groups like INNOSON and others get government supply contracts. INNOSON even supplies the Nigerian Airforce with equipment now.

As we approach 2050, the Igbos could become the richest ethnicity in all Africa, and among the richest on earth, if they remain...Nigerians.

A word is enough for the wise.

I endorse this message!

In one sentence,
...shun Yorubaland, gateway to West Africa, and welcome your extintion!



Rossikki, Chineke gozie gi!

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Anambra1stS0n: 8:35pm On Aug 01
MetaPhysical:


I endorse this message!

In one sentence,
...shun Yorubaland, gateway to West Africa, and welcome your extintion!



Rossikki, Chineke gozie gi!
Watch the video, one of their customers from Kano says he supply many customers from central Africa, Chad, Niger, Gabon, Cameroon etc


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNPOl_nNkgQ

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Tranquillity360: 8:42pm On Aug 01
MetaPhysical:


See jealousy.

So because Ngwa people post shoe factory from Aba now you want show us your factory in Anambra too.

Why cant you Anambra people just acknowledge that you are not always the best or most progressive in alaibo.

For your information Aba is far ahead of you in labour and productivity.

Outside of Lagos i think i will admit that Aba is next most productive hub in West Africa.

Stop competing with Ngwa. When they share progress and success of their toil....clap and applaud and support their leadership instead of distracting it with fake shoe warehouse in fake Ibo state.


In fact....Ngwa Amaka! grin
For your yoruba muslim mind you think you can cause fight between Anambra and Aba.






Afonjas no dey shame.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by History555: 8:45pm On Aug 01
Rossikki:
All the more reason why the Biafra idea is STUPID.

Who will be the primary market of this expansion in Anambra State?

NIGERIANS.

Africa's biggest market, and the world's 6th largest consumer market.

Secessionists imagine that they will be able to sell these wares to the world, and don't need the Nigerian market. But they are seriously deluded. Countries are putting up protectionist barriers to build their own local industries. Others like China, have comparative advantage in manufacturing, and will leverage that to start price wars if need be, lowering them to stave off any competition.

Many buying countries would simply prefer the familiarity of Italian or even China made products, and would shun new, unproven stuff from some little African country.

Bottom line: For these Eastern industries to thrive, and take off to the next level, THEY NEED THE NIGERIAN MARKET.

Secession kills that immediately.

Nigeria is projected to become the world's THIRD most populous nation after China and India by 2050.

That is MARKET on a world class scale which Igbo manufacturers can have FIRST ACCESS TO BEFORE ALL-COMERS, if they play their cards right, and remain in the federation.

That FIRST ACCESS to the Nigerian market is already happening slowly, as groups like INNOSON and others get government supply contracts. INNOSON even supplies the Nigerian Airforce with equipment now.

As we approach 2050, the Igbos could become the richest ethnicity in all Africa, and among the richest on earth, if they remain...Nigerians.




A word is enough for the wise.



2050. Largest population on which resources. I think you need to learn to shut the Bleep up

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by kettykin: 8:45pm On Aug 01
so the whole East is now turning into one huge shoe and leather cluster , but where is the Electric power to power this cluster and where is the Sea/River port to evacuate the products or do they plan to do that through roads ?

i sort of wish the whole east can build the River Port at Azumini River the same way they built Sam Mbakwe Airport without any Federal Government input

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by MetaPhysical: 8:48pm On Aug 01
Tranquillity360:
For your yoruba muslim mind you think you can cause fight between Anambra and Aba.






Afonjas no dey shame.

Who cares about fight or no fight....thats your problem in your own enclave what you do with your machette.....Im concerned with labour and productivity.

What im saying....there needs to be acknowledgement when we see a state doing good. Abia is doing good. Aba people just posted their achievement in shoe production. Respect and honor it.

Your shoe warehouse in Nnewi has been there a long time....why are you choosing this momwnt to bring it out and kill Aba glory. Ehhn? Jealousy go kill una for dat Anambra.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Tranquillity360: 8:49pm On Aug 01
Anambra1stS0n:
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No wahala both states are in Igboland what are your people known for outside skull mining
What the foolish yoruba don't know is Anambra indigenes are in Aba shoe site,same with Aba indigenes in Anambra shoe site.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Tranquillity360: 8:54pm On Aug 01
Rossikki:
All the more reason why the Biafra idea is STUPID.

Who will be the primary market of this expansion in Anambra State?

NIGERIANS.

Africa's biggest market, and the world's 6th largest consumer market.

Secessionists imagine that they will be able to sell these wares to the world, and don't need the Nigerian market. But they are seriously deluded. Countries are putting up protectionist barriers to build their own local industries. Others like China, have comparative advantage in manufacturing, and will leverage that to start price wars if need be, lowering them to stave off any competition.

Many buying countries would simply prefer the familiarity of Italian or even China made products, and would shun new, unproven stuff from some little African country.

Bottom line: For these Eastern industries to thrive, and take off to the next level, THEY NEED THE NIGERIAN MARKET.

Secession kills that immediately.

Nigeria is projected to become the world's THIRD most populous nation after China and India by 2050.

That is MARKET on a world class scale which Igbo manufacturers can have FIRST ACCESS TO BEFORE ALL-COMERS, if they play their cards right, and remain in the federation.

That FIRST ACCESS to the Nigerian market is already happening slowly, as groups like INNOSON and others get government supply contracts. INNOSON even supplies the Nigerian Airforce with equipment now.

As we approach 2050, the Igbos could become the richest ethnicity in all Africa, and among the richest on earth, if they remain...Nigerians.

A word is enough for the wise.
Indirectly begging for unitygrin grin





So if Igbos have their own country their products won't sell again.
If only you know the amount of goods Igbos send to countries like cameroon.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by gift2xl: 8:58pm On Aug 01
I love this.

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