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New Enugu Chamber of Commerce President seeks govt support

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THE newly elected President of Enugu Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (ECCIMA), Emeka Nwandu, has entreated the federal government to support in the completion of the Enugu International Trade Fair complex to boost the country’s economy.

  Sir Nwandu, who  made the request at the installation as the 15th President alongside the induction of new members, said that the completion of the state secretariat’s being the headquarters of South East Chambers of Commerce would create employment for the youths and would attract Igbo sons and daughters to invest at least 10 per cent of their businesses in the South East which will boost the nation’s economy.

  He also beckoned on the federal government to enhance on the ease of doing business in the region, such as providing for liquefied gas reticulation, reducing the cost of energy, developing our seaports and inland dry ports as well as other enablers such as infrastructure and business friendly policies in all states  in the south east region.

  “We therefore appeal to the federal government, our state governors of the south east region and legislative representatives at all levels to provide the needed political willpower for developing the industrial cum commercial ecosystem of the eastern region.”

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