Nigerians Must Patronize Made In Nigeria Good – Onu

Dr Ogbonnaya Onu, minister of Science and Technology urges all Nigerians to patronize made in Nigeria products that have met the required certification as this will allow them embark on research that will improve on the quality of products and also prove Nigeria goods to be the best in the world.

The Minister made the call at a meeting with Aisha Abubakar, minister of State of Industry, Trade and Investment, on the need to increase patronage of locally manufactured goods through the use of Executive Order E03 of May 18th, 2017 in Abuja.

Dr. Onu noted that the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology is one of the lead Ministries in the national economy recovery plan and growth plan 2017- 2020 to lead in this made in Nigeria products.

“We are committed to making sure that we put in our own contributions to ensure that we convert the enormous and the abundance raw materials in the country into products that our people will require, that we don’t have to rely on the importation of everything we need.

We want our Naira to be strong and we want jobs for our people” the Minister stated.

“The Ministry will continue to developed appropriate technology that will help the country to convert the materials we have into appropriate product we needs.

it is only when that conversion is done that it become made in Nigeria products, because that is the only way our industrialization will be irreversible if we don’t put in our own technology we can industrialize and it can be reverse.

“With research and innovation work we will have products that are very different from the one that the original manufacturers have, that will be more conducive to our own needs,” he further stressed.

Earlier, Abubakar has stated that the Ministry is mandated with the responsibility of collating information from government to formulate a policy to ensure the Federal Government maximizes the use of made in Nigeria goods.

She charged all MDA’s to put in place structure to actualize this objective, adding that “the utilization of locally manufactured goods will enhance employment generation, increase wealth creation and save scarce foreign exchange. Share this:



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