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News Alert: Ifeanyi Uba has nothing to do with Anambra Industrial Park project

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There seems to be mixed reactions trailing the Industrial Park Project in Anambra State after it was earlier announced that the Vice President of Nigeria, Yemi Osinbajo will be storming Anambra in weeks time for the official commissioning of the project.

Although, as Anambra state is gearing up for the gubernatorial election this year, many political heavyweights in the state are scrambling and doing the best they can to woo the electorates with any possible political stunt they can pull at the moment.

However, it is important to categorically state at this juncture that the all-inclusive Industrial Park Project sited in Nkwelle Ezunaka of Anambra State has nothing to do with Senator Ifeanyi Ubah.

The Industrial park is simply the Federal Government’s reward to Anambra State for winning the 2019 award of the best state in micro, small and medium enterprises.

Anambra State qualified to host this latest business innovation because of its important position in harnessing small and medium scale businesses for maximum growth.

Therefore, the general public is been advised to disregard the news making rounds that Senator Ifeanyi Ubah is the sole arrow head of the project.


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