I’m committed to supporting local businesses —Senator Ifeanyi Ubah
As he visits new Antotorino clothing showroom in Nnewi
The Senator representing Anambra South Senatorial District at the National Assembly, Dr. Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah has reiterated his commitment towards the growth of Made-in-Nigeria products.
Senator Ifeanyi Ubah made the remarks when he visited the new Antotorino Clothing Showroom and office in Nnewi, Nnewi North Local Government Area of Anambra State.
Senator Ubah, who is the candidate for the of the Young Progressives Party (YPP), in the upcoming Anambra State governorship election, reiterated his hope in the private sector for a prosperous economy.
He maintained that local businesses will thrive if they receive proper Government support through soft loans and grants as well as the enabling environment created by favourable government policies .
According to him, “if local businesses receive adequate empowerment and policy support from government, it will help boost their capability and capacity in contributing towards the promotion and growth of the economy.
The Senator had sponsored several Bills and Motions that are geared towards promoting local businesses like the National Institute of Business Studies Nnewi Anambra State Bill, 2019 and a Motion on the urgent need to checkmate high cost of shipping goods to Nigeria.
He used the opportunity to reiterate his commitment towards protecting Igbo business interests during deliberations, at the upper legislative chamber of the National Assembly.
“Anambra as a commercial state is yearning for an entrepreneur with the requisite commercial background to turn things right and deliver the state as the number one economic hub of the Nation,” the Senator concluded.
The charismatic Senator who commands great grassroot appeal stormed the venue of the showroom opening with his entourage and was received by an ecstatic crowd amidst chants of “Ebubechukwuzo Anambra”.
The distinguished Senator who was impressed with the quality of the wares on display all sourced and fabricated locally went ahead to purchase several clothing items and gifted them out to the people present.
See photos of the visit below: