Stakeholders seek government backing for indigenous investment in construction

By Emeka Nwachukwu   |   06 February 2017   |   4:20 am  

Carija Engineering Company

A call has gone to the Federal Government to encourage indigenous investment in the construction sector for a total turn around of the sector.
Chairman of Carija Engineering Company (Nigeria), Sheba Palama made the call during the official opening of the company’s head office in Orhuwhorun, Udu local council area of Delta State.

According to Palama, Nigeria as a developing country, needs more companies to handle issues of infrastructural development in various areas. He assured of the company’s capacity to meeting the Nigeria’s infrastructural needs.

He said: “We are ready to collaborate in developing projects especially infrastructure in Nigeria and we will hit the ground strongly”.The Okobaro of Jeremi Kingdom, HRM Mathew Egbi, commended the initiative and sued for peace to allow the business flourish. He stressed that there will be no development without peace urging the youth to support the company to grow as it would provide them opportunity to be gainfully employed.

Chairman of the occasion, Eta Enahoro also urged the youths to create the enabling business climate for the company to thrive. He said: “The only thing is to appeal to the youths to embrace peace to attract investors to develop the areas. They should stop harassing companies in the name of “deve” fee”.



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