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A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by postbox: 6:55am On Sep 14
Cotton production will be expanded to match Pakistan’s 2.3m tonnes through the provision of single-digit loans and hybrid seedlings to farmers. Nigeria currently produces only 105,000 tonnes which are not enough to sustain a local manufacturing industry.

A Nigerian Tailors Guild will be formed as part of a regulatory regime. Only registered members will be authorised to sew clothes for members of the public.

In every state, the Nigerian Tailors Guild chapter will be encouraged to open cotton ginning plants which convert raw produce into finished material.

A Cotton Farmers Association will also be formed. In conjunction with the Nigerian Tailors Guild, it will create a cooperative that will act as a private sector investor in the textile industry. This body will be given a name like the Nigerian Textile Cooperative.

This Nigerian Textile Cooperative will be given first right to take over the current comatose textile mills in the country. They will be encouraged to seek venture partners both locally and internationally.

All major fashion designers will have their goods subject to a 500% import tax. If they want to avoid paying this, all they have to do is invest in the local industry and begin producing in Nigeria.

Nigeria’s trade and industry minister will offer a five year tax holiday to the likes of Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Zara, Gucci, Armani, Fendi, Versace, Ralph Lauren, Hermes and Dolce & Gabbana if they open production plants in Nigeria.

These global fashion companies will be encouraged to float a local joint subsidiary that manufactures African attires. It will carry out an aggressive global marketing campaign to make items like the agbada and head tie mainstream fashion accessories worldwide.

A national vocational City & Guilds certificate will be awarded to all qualified tailors, farmers and textile manufacturing staff after their training.

Every local government area will be encouraged to open at least one textile dyeing pit where fabrics can be coloured.

https://brandspurng.com/2020/09/13/nigerian-textile-industry-resuscitation-bill-2020/

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by ggirl4real: 7:34am On Sep 14
Nigerians are tired of "will be".

We want to be hearing " has been"

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by Cosmatikka: 7:55am On Sep 14
We're tired of hearing "we will" from this ganjaweed govt.
Let them just tell us when China buys the corntree

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by Benjaniblinks(m): 7:56am On Sep 14
Lol. All the textile industry in Kaduna has been closed for almost 20yrs and thousands of workers were not paid. Boys are almost done stealing all the factory equipment.
They should consider reopening all this factories and we will take them serious.

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by benhope222: 7:56am On Sep 14
Government of too many promise's , but nothing to show ... I don tire for this Country self...

Make Katakata start oooo Like e be for Mali or Belarus...

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by tillaman(m): 7:56am On Sep 14
Same old news, we will fix it we will restructure
How about words like We HAVE fixed or We HAVE restructured for a change
Pheeww

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by holina: 7:57am On Sep 14
first fix ajaokuta steel. too many unaccomplished dreams

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by emeejinsm: 7:58am On Sep 14
let the bill pass and the allocation come first

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by CodeTemplar: 7:59am On Sep 14
So government wants to certify farmers and tailors? That's just a way to capture their info for taxation. Nothing more. I know it.

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by Ademat7(m): 7:59am On Sep 14
Old age tailors will be the leader of the association, better tailors are in soup.

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by max57: 7:59am On Sep 14
Next level tired person ooo

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by amalab30(m): 8:00am On Sep 14
Some of these things are not rocket science. How did the textile manufacturing go comatose in the first place?

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by Elslim: 8:03am On Sep 14
Story

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by TheSparrow: 8:04am On Sep 14
There are several businesses you can start and run profitably in Nigeria. Below are four that readily comes to mind:

1. Rice Milling: One of the best businesses one can venture into in Nigeria today is parboiled rice production (Rice Milling).

Nigerians currently consume over 5 million metric tons, which is equivalent to over 100 million 50Kg bags of rice annually. With the current population growth rate of Nigeria, the consumption of rice is estimated to reach about 35 million metric tons (700 million 50Kg bags) by the year 2050.

There is high demand for rice in Nigeria. With a population of over 180 million people and an estimated national population growth rate of 5.7% per annum ,an average economic growth rate of 3.5% per annum in the past five {5} years, Nigeria has a large and growing market for rice.

As it stands, the current producers of good quality rice in the country cannot even meet up to 50% of the current demand. This is the reason why the market is flooded with poorly produced and low quality rice.

New entrants into the rice milling industry that can produce good quality parboiled rice will have an evergreen market waiting to be sold to.

2. Drinking Water Production: Another good business that does very well in Nigeria is drinking water production (Bottled water and Sachet Water).


The growth of the middle class in Africa in general, and Nigeria to be specific, has led to a need for hygienically produced and well packaged food products like bottled water.

The market for packaged water is high and cut across all parts of the country. With a population of over one hundred and eighty million (180,000,000) people, and an estimated national population growth is 5.7% per annum, Nigeria has a large and sustainable market for packaged water.

3. Poultry Farming: Poultry farming is yet another business that gives good returns on investment.


Poultry farming has risen to become one of the most lucrative businesses in Nigeria today. This aspect of livestock farming, if set-up and managed properly, provides legitimate continuous income for entrepreneurs within a short period of time. There are over 160 million consumers in Nigeria and over one billion in Africa. This provides a large, growing and sustainable market for poultry farmers in Nigeria, and Africa in general.

4. Pounded Yam Flour Production: Pounded yam flour is another product that you can chose the invest in its production.


Pounded yam is a popular delicacy produced from boiled yam tubers, and is consumed by many people across Africa. However, a lot of people, especially the middle class find it difficult to prepare pounded yam the traditional way which involves boiling yam, pounding it in a mortar using a piston, until it becomes a succulent dough.

The growth of the middle class in Africa in general, and Nigeria to be specific, has led to a need for hygienically processed, easy to prepare and well packaged food products like yam flour.

You can read more about these businesses via the links below:

1. Rice Milling Business In Nigeria

2. Bottled Water Production In Nigeria

3. Starting A Poultry Farming Business In Nigeria

4. Pounded Yam flour production in nigeria


Wishing you all the best in your quest.

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by updatechange(m): 8:04am On Sep 14
There's no angel that can resuscitate Nigeria's rot.... We need a divine intervention. God pls help my people.
One certain minister once caught on tape saying "this country can never change I swear, the only way this country can change is when everyone is killed" so where re we going? angry

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by Timmzycul11(m): 8:04am On Sep 14
Always future tense, then what happens to the present?

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by Igbochief001(m): 8:04am On Sep 14
All I see is socialist policy can't compete with international standard

Allow us import cotton or textile ban importation of finish products

There is no how we can produce texile and cotton at the international price ...we are not comparatively advantaged in that area. ..

Let's import texile and let's make cloths for the world ...we have cheap labour

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by emrain(m): 8:05am On Sep 14
Noise

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by Emergencyson(m): 8:06am On Sep 14
pls i need help the country is no longer friendly with me..i dey find work even if na house boy self i go do am,or any other work so that i can feed my self pls oooooo nairalanders
Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by Emergencyson(m): 8:06am On Sep 14
pls i need help the country is no longer friendly with me..i dey find work even if na house boy self i go do am,or any other work so that i can feed my self pls oooooo nairalanders 09028390844
Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by uuzba(m): 8:16am On Sep 14
Will be? Will soon?
Time don dey finish O. We never still start exam?
Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by Supermugu: 8:17am On Sep 14
ggirl4real:
Nigerians are tired of "will be".

We want to be hearing " has been"
.... You are tired of Hearing abi ? When the GOVMNT ask you to apply for that kind of scheme to own your business , u go begin to the rarararararh say you are above that kind business ! But you no get anything doing , only self acclaimed Nairaland Expert grin grin

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by Matrimonous: 8:19am On Sep 14
Good caption, by resuscitation they know its been nearly dead at least.
Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by lastempero: 8:34am On Sep 14
Dljjnn
Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by money121(m): 8:35am On Sep 14
Ok
Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by drololaaof: 8:39am On Sep 14
we are tired of 'we will' ,open up cotton growing first then the industry ,not paper work . Is it Tailor guide that will buy sewing machine, threads etc for tailors to allowed sewing useless order . This is another elephants project . Rice is not within the rich of common man despite the noise, loan granted to rice farmers. We are self sufficient in rice, where are the rice now?
Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by ecomalchemist: 8:41am On Sep 14
TheSparrow:
There are several businesses you can start and run profitably in Nigeria. Below are four that readily comes to mind:

1. Rice Milling: One of the best businesses one can venture into in Nigeria today is parboiled rice production (Rice Milling).

Nigerians currently consume over 5 million metric tons, which is equivalent to over 100 million 50Kg bags of rice annually. With the current population growth rate of Nigeria, the consumption of rice is estimated to reach about 35 million metric tons (700 million 50Kg bags) by the year 2050.

There is high demand for rice in Nigeria. With a population of over 180 million people and an estimated national population growth rate of 5.7% per annum ,an average economic growth rate of 3.5% per annum in the past five {5} years, Nigeria has a large and growing market for rice.

As it stands, the current producers of good quality rice in the country cannot even meet up to 50% of the current demand. This is the reason why the market is flooded with poorly produced and low quality rice.

New entrants into the rice milling industry that can produce good quality parboiled rice will have an evergreen market waiting to be sold to.

2. Drinking Water Production: Another good business that does very well in Nigeria is drinking water production (Bottled water and Sachet Water).


The growth of the middle class in Africa in general, and Nigeria to be specific, has led to a need for hygienically produced and well packaged food products like bottled water.

The market for packaged water is high and cut across all parts of the country. With a population of over one hundred and eighty million (180,000,000) people, and an estimated national population growth is 5.7% per annum, Nigeria has a large and sustainable market for packaged water.

3. Poultry Farming: Poultry farming is yet another business that gives good returns on investment.


Poultry farming has risen to become one of the most lucrative businesses in Nigeria today. This aspect of livestock farming, if set-up and managed properly, provides legitimate continuous income for entrepreneurs within a short period of time. There are over 160 million consumers in Nigeria and over one billion in Africa. This provides a large, growing and sustainable market for poultry farmers in Nigeria, and Africa in general.

4. Pounded Yam Flour Production: Pounded yam flour is another product that you can chose the invest in its production.


Pounded yam is a popular delicacy produced from boiled yam tubers, and is consumed by many people across Africa. However, a lot of people, especially the middle class find it difficult to prepare pounded yam the traditional way which involves boiling yam, pounding it in a mortar using a piston, until it becomes a succulent dough.

The growth of the middle class in Africa in general, and Nigeria to be specific, has led to a need for hygienically processed, easy to prepare and well packaged food products like yam flour.

You can read more about these businesses via the links below:

1. Rice Milling Business In Nigeria

2. Bottled Water Production In Nigeria

3. Starting A Poultry Farming Business In Nigeria

4. Pounded Yam flour production in nigeria


Wishing you all the best in your quest.


Where the capital to start ?

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Re: A Look At The Nigerian Textile Industry Resuscitation Bill 2020 by Kendumazy(m): 8:45am On Sep 14
Very funny government. Designer wears companies should come and site their companies here with Nigeria unreliable business policies, epileptic power supply, Nigerians I don't care attitude to work. Make u na no buy from China again and see how China will turn to treat u na fvck up. U na think say, the loan China dey give u na was for anything? This is a very good initiative though but alot needs to be addressed before this initiative came come into fruition.

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