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Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Nigerian Government Reportedly Hires Turkish Firm To Produce Military And Paramilitary Uniforms

The Federal Government’ of Nigeria has reportedly given directive that all military and paramilitary uniforms be given to Turkish company in partnership with Defence Industry Complex (DICON) in Kaduna state, North West Nigeria.





On Thursday Otboer 24th,a memorandum of understanding to ensure the establishment of a military and paramilitary clothing factory in Kaduna was signed with a Turkish firm, Sur Corporatewear, in Abuja.

Speaking during the signing of the agreement, the Minister of Defence, Bashir Magashi, had said the Turkish firm was expected to develop local brand of textile materials and accessories.

He had added that a total of $13million (N4.68 billion) would be invested by the firm to finance the enterprise and make it viable.

From dailypost

31 comments:

  1. Another way to siphon money. Smh

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  2. Very useless country. What was the reason of closing the borders in the first place if not to grow the economy by local productions. Haven't Aba been producing military wares including boots before? So they can't encourage local producers in Aba to do that but will hurriedly shut down the borders affecting the southern Nigeria but the northern borders opened.

    Whoever still believe in one Nigeria is sick in the brain and a mistake of a living being. Nigeria is very insane and a terrible place to live in. I can't even wish anyone to be a Nigerian.

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    1. Eesah Mr Nobody and Don that were talking about textbook economics..Where una dey?? So much for local rice..

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    2. TJ dont mind them o, Dem hypocritical set of people called "RULERS". That "D** will soon crawl out to belch under your comment.

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    3. Useless government
      Useful country

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  3. Wow!! Turkish wears uniforms!! Foreign made doctors!! Federal Republic Of Foreign things!!!

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  4. Koni dafun yin!bloody clueless leaders!

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  5. Something that can be sewed in aba, onitcha and even Calabar garment factory

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    1. Calabar garment factory is so massive and the governor is doing a good job employing those young lads.
      Sunflag,woollen and synthetics also in Lagos makes good Military wear, even para-military wears too. Not too long ago the government signed an MOU with them too.
      I think this government is just confused.
      The manufacturing industries has the capacity to employ hundreds of Nigerians but our government believes in "foreign" things than growing the economy of the country. Stella please post.

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    2. @Brown Sucre, what then was the reason closing the borders in the first place if the government still patronize foreign production and importation?

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  6. πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£ so after closing borders, he still went ahead to do this. In his mind, that is made in Nigeria to grow Nigeria πŸ˜‚. Buhari, honestly you have lost it. We just can’t wait for your ass to leave that seat. Just go already.

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  7. why did they close the boarder nah? ndi ara evereywhere. Turkish for uniform, why not encourage aba m=people. Ewu Gambia.

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  8. And these STUPID people want us to eat local rice and embrace abi na patronize naija made. What happened to our own tailors.

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  9. Unbelievable! Same people that blocked our border! Mschew

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  10. Useless Government. And they closed the borders. They don't want poor Nigerians to survive.

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  11. After closing borders πŸ™ Nigerian government is a joke 😯

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  12. As a security personnel, I can't over emphasis on it's risks. Another country making ur security uniforms, esp an Islamic one, haba. Easy to get to boko terrorists, easy to enter military installations, easy to set a timer bomb all across the nation. See how porous this bubu has made us. If I say my mind now, Stella will chop my comments. Anyway, God dey.

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  13. After forcing us to embrace local things by closing the border? This government is a joke.

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  14. I really understand what our leaders are doing... We preach about resuscitating the local industries and now we dash Turkey the jobs of our youths.... The few surviving textile companies still have capacity and are pleading to be given jobs... What exactly is wrong with this country?
    If they feel the local companies can't meet standards then they should put in efforts in building to make them meet international standards and not kill them.

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  15. Don and Essah we can't see you here, nonsense and ingredients. Failed government.

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    1. Reason I don't engage those two you just mentioned above in discussions here. They aren't worth my time and energy.

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    2. Teejay the blog celebrity. You must be living your best life here.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  16. it’s a shame that all of you did not read the content of the post including Stella. There is nothing wrong in establishing a clothing factory that will produce the clothes in Nigeria. Biased mindset.

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    1. No, we read the story very well. Why a Turkish company in a Nigeria soil? This should be the question. Will America or even Turkey gives a Nigeria company a sophisticated contract as such in their countries?

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  17. Wear Naija, to grow Naija 🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️



    chim-oma aka Miss Kapusu

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  18. There’s a lot of gullibility in Nigeria.The govt pleaded with Nigerian companies to invest but they all ran back and refused to have faith in their country,a Turkish company eventually decided to take the risk and everyone is shouting up and down.It reminds me of what happened in my estate in Lagos.The estate authorities asked people to invest in keke napep for estate shuttle,no one answered but one old woman.when they realized how much money she was making they all decided to start doing it but it was too late,the estate gave the woman monopoly over it.Nigerian rich politicians prefer to stash their stollen wealth in the UK,Dubai etc instead of investing it here.its kuku our money and no matter how small,every business is a risk.

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  19. Turkey is slowly becoming the new China.

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