ABUJA: FCTA To Boost Industrialization, Entrepreneurship

 

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The FCT Administration will promote actions that would bring in genuine industries and create entrepreneurships across the Federal Capital Territory.

The FCT Minister, Malam Muhammad Musa Bello stated this while receiving the Musiad Group of Turkey, Nigeria Chapter led by its President, Mr. Huseyin Oztunc that paid him a visit in his office at Area 11, Garki I District, Abuja.

The Minister said that such action would promote economic activities and generate employment for the residents of the Territory.

Malam Bello reiterated that his Administration would always do anything to enhance entrepreneurship development that would have multiplier effects on the populace.

His words: “The FCT Administration would help strengthen bilateral relationships that would promote entrepreneurship development.”

He urged the team to set up a technical group to meet with the officials of the Abuja Investment Company Limited to fine-tune better ways of collaboration.

According to him, “The Musiad Group may also wish to visit the location of the Abuja Technology Village where enormous infrastructure has been provided and to see where some of their members with Information Technology expertise can key in.”

The Minister also encouraged the Group to look into the possibility of developing and managing a recreational park in Abuja in the form of a ‘Nigeria – Turkish Friendship Park’ to strengthen the existing bilateral relationship between both countries.

He thus promised to make available a suitable location in the Federal Capital City for that purpose.

Speaking earlier, the leader of the delegation who is also the President of the Musiad Group of Turkey, Nigeria Chapter, Mr. Huseyin Oztunc appreciated the warn reception accorded his delegation.

Mr. Oztunc revealed that Musiad Group was established in Turkey in 19990 with branches in 82 countries, 45,000 member companies and 1.6 million persons in its labour force.

Signed

Muhammad Hazat Sule, FCAI

Deputy Director / Chief Press Secretary,

Friday, March 10, 2017.

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