July 1, 2022 9:07 pm

“We Are Open For Genuine Partnership”, ABSG Assures Foreign Investors

By our reporter

Recently,  a delegation of foreign Agric investors, Big Dutchman Germany and Cadland USA  paid  a courtesy visit to Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State at the Government House, Umuahia.

The Cadland USA Firm was represented by Dr. Godson Nnaka and other executive including a former Deputy Governor of the state, Chief Acho Nwakanma.

The leader of the delegation, Mr Ulf Meyers of the Big Dutchman Company Germany, in his speech, disclosed that they operate the largest poultry farm in the world and in recognition that Nigeria is one of the biggest growing market for the future, decided to partner Abia State Government for the establishment of a Mega Livestock Farm.

He also solicited the support of the Abia State Government.

Receiving the delegation on behalf of his boss, the Deputy Governor, Sir Ude Oko Chukwu appreciated the delegation for choosing Abia.

He described it as a welcome development, as the Gov. Okezie Ikpeazu’s administration had from inception placed high premium on agriculture, having also recognized its comparative advantage in changing the economic fortunes of the State.

He said their coming to the Abia State will go a long way in complementing Government’s efforts in advancing agricultural development and infrastructure in the State.

The Governor said that the present administration is determined in its resolve to collaborate and partner foreign investors desirous of establishing their projects in the State and further disclosed that Government has succeeded in making Abia one of the safest States in the Country by providing a very conducive environment for business to thrive.

He assured the foreign German and United States of America of Government’s assistance and support to ensure that their investments yield the desired results, recognizing the fact that Abians will benefit in terms of employment opportunities.

The Secretary to the State Government, Barr. Chris Ezem, Body of Permanent Secretaries and other top Government Officials were present during the visit.

“We Are Open For Genuine Partnership”, ABSG Assures Foreign Investors

By our reporter

Recently, a delegation of foreign Agric investors, Big Dutchman Germany and Cadland USA paid a courtesy visit to Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State at the Government House, Umuahia.The Cadland USA Firm was represented by Dr. Godson Nnaka and other executive including a former Deputy Governor of the state, Chief Acho Nwakanma.

The leader of the delegation, Mr Ulf Meyers of the Big Dutchman Company Germany, in his speech, disclosed that they operate the largest poultry farm in the world and in recognition that Nigeria is one of the biggest growing market for the future, decided to partner Abia State Government for the establishment of a Mega Livestock Farm.He also solicited the support of the Abia State Government.Receiving the delegation on behalf of his boss, the Deputy Governor, Sir Ude Oko Chukwu appreciated the delegation for choosing Abia.

He described it as a welcome development, as the Gov. Okezie Ikpeazu’s administration had from inception placed high premium on agriculture, having also recognized its comparative advantage in changing the economic fortunes of the State.

He said their coming to the Abia State will go a long way in complementing Government’s efforts in advancing agricultural development and infrastructure in the State.

The Governor said that the present administration is determined in its resolve to collaborate and partner foreign investors desirous of establishing their projects in the State and further disclosed that Government has succeeded in making Abia one of the safest States in the Country by providing a very conducive environment for business to thrive.

He assured the foreign German and United States of America of Government’s assistance and support to ensure that their investments yield the desired results, recognizing the fact that Abians will benefit in terms of employment opportunities.

The Secretary to the State Government, Barr. Chris Ezem, Body of Permanent Secretaries and other top Government Officials were present during the visit.

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