Patronise Made In Nigeria Products To Create Jobs

The National Orientation Agency, NOA has advised citizens to patronise made-in-Nigeria products in order to grow the economy and create more jobs for the youths.

Director of the Agency in Jigawa State Shuaibu Karamba, who made the call during a sensitisation programme in Dutse, described the patronage of locally made products in place of their foreign substitutes as a strategic means to encourage local industries and also grow the nation’s economy.

He also explained that the sensitisation programme with the theme: “change begin with me: patronise made-in-Nigeria products” was apt and timely owing to the growing economic misfortune orchestrated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Karamba, however, said the agency would continue to sensitise Nigerians to patronise and use made-in-Nigeria products for economic development and job creation. According to him, the economy of any nation grows rapidly when locally made products are promoted through patronage, first by its people and then through export.


Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has visited Kaduna State in continuation of his presidential campaign ahead of the All Progressive Congress APC primary elections.

Osinbajo, who arrived in the state on Sunday, met with the APC delegates behind closed-doors at the Murtala Mohammed Square.

He was accompanied by Governor Nasir El-Rufai and the Director-General of his campaign organisation Senator Kabiru Gaya among other top government officials.

The Vice President, while speaking to reporters after the meeting, expressed satisfaction with the outcome of his discussion with the Kaduna APC Delegates.

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