How Igbos Used Imu-Ahia To Conquer Poverty

So, we came across some tweets detailing the Igbo apprenticeship system called Imu-Ahia or ‘learning market’. We know what you like, so we are dropping the link for you in the embedded tweet below (tweet loading). Nigerian Government. Greeted by great poverty, halting of livelihood and scarcity of funds with no hope in sight, Ndi… Continue reading How Igbos Used Imu-Ahia To Conquer Poverty

Ogbunike To Join Aba In Shoe, Clothing Manufacturing

“If you go to Ogbunike by Nkwelle Ezunaka junction, you begin to see industrial park, shoe manufacturing industrial cluster that was established by ASBA with over 1000 shops, having functional facilities to stand the test of time. The above quote is from the MD of Anambra State Small Business Agency, ASBA, Mazi Clement Chukwuka. According… Continue reading Ogbunike To Join Aba In Shoe, Clothing Manufacturing

Aba, The Billion Dollar City That Needs To Clean Up To Make It

The headline above describes the sentiments of the writer of the article I linked to below. The article is basically a lamentation for Aba, the apparel and shoes capital of Africa which currently has a serious problem with refuse and flooding. Governor Ikpeazu, transform this city. People are complaining bitterly, and I know you can.… Continue reading Aba, The Billion Dollar City That Needs To Clean Up To Make It

30 Aba youths set to train others on automated shoe manufacturing

30 Aba-based youths have returned from Abia State sponsored automated shoe manufacturing training in China, and are to train 30 other Aba-based youths on it. This is technology transfer. I hope this can lead to more shoe exports from Aba to African markets. Africa Free Trade Agreement must not go to waste! Click here to… Continue reading 30 Aba youths set to train others on automated shoe manufacturing