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Monday, April 17, 2017

Abia Secures $1.5b Shoe Factory Deal From China

Abia State Governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu has brokered a $1.5B project for the establishment of a Shoe Industry in Aba, the commercial nerve Centre of Abia State from Huajian Shoe Industry in Dongguan, Guangzhou, China.





Governor Ikpeazu, according to a press release by his Chief Press Secretary, Enyinnaya Appolos, secured the agreement during a meeting with Mr. Zhang Huarong, Group Chairman of the Huajian Group in the course of his official visit to China for the 1st Nigeria-China Governors Investment Forum.


The Abia-Huajian Shoe Industrial City, which will be located in Aba will have capacity to produce 5,000 shoes per day and employ about 10,000 people directly and indirectly.


Abia State Government will provide the land and other investment incentives for the project while the Huajian Group will fund the entire project.

Mr. Huarong, who noted that Governor Ikpeazu was the 1st Nigerian Leader to visit him, disclosed that the Huajian Group was already employing 6,000 staff and is currently developing a 250 Acre.

From Abiastate.gov



29 comments:

  1. Interesting and good to know

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    1. Sometimes you talk out of your ass...who invests $1.5 billion to manufacture inferior goods?

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  3. And just soon the Chinese will own the place to themselves. They will want to colonize it. Is ikpeazu doing this for the abians or for his own benefits?

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    1. No...it's for your own benefit, nkakwu! Even if it's for his own benefit...Abia will still benefit from it interms of taxes and other indirect investments.

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  4. It's been a long time coming.
    Aba needs lot of investment.
    This is a good start.


    The Governor should clean up the city too. And repair that road after Ikot Ekpene so I can start my business mbok.

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  5. They should beef up our labour laws, implementation and all. I dont trust these Chinese when it comes to labour welfare. Indians also.






    😯😯😯😯😯😯😯😯😯😯😯😯😯😯😯😯😯😯

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    1. Your Nigerian government can't even create half a job and you're talking about trust with other people's investment? I jikwa anya gi?

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  6. Kudos my governor,dis deal with the chinkos will give alot of Abians job and publicity,Nigerian will indeed no that we have talents. More investors will show up soon. My people can make cloths and shoes for Africa. long live Abians,God bless Gov Ikpezu.

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  7. Heavy D and the fat boys weldone.

    Aba and China any difference

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  8. Nice one mr governor πŸ‘

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  9. That's my State yo! Big ups to Gov Ikpeazu, looks like he has good plans for Abia.

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    1. Ndi Abia aputasia n'ogbo! When the successive governments of the Orjis were roasting Abia like pear & corn...where were you?

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  10. Why can't they make the machine too olodo pipo

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  11. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  12. Good work Governor.
    Please pay salaries while at it. Workers are being owed seriously and there is hunger in the Land

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  13. #Sleep won't help if it's your soul that is tired*

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  14. wow. that is good news. the best I have heard in a long time

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  15. Very good, but pls watch these Chinese employers; they can be mean.

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