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Anambra Government projects $1.5bn investments for 2015

By on December 21, 2014

The investment climate of Anambra State seems bright as the state government projects to attract about $1.5 billion worth of foreign direct investments into the state’s economy by the first quarter of 2015.

Already, the  government says, in the past 10 months of the Governor Willie Obiano-led administration in the state,  it has  invested over $1.2 billion on the development  of infrastructure  across various sectors of the state’s economy, including agriculture, power generation,  the hospitality industry, among others.

Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism in the State, Chief Anthony Onyima, said in Awka, Anambra State capital that already, the state government had invested about $1.2 billion on infrastructural developments including agriculture, power generation, hospitality industry among others. He reiterated government’s commitment to the transformation of the state to a first choice investment destination across the South East region.

Onyinma who was special guest at the formal  opening  of the new ultra-modern office complex of Brande Aristotle in Awka  commended the frontline advertising agency for what he called  ‘’ the high level of professionalism’’  displayed by the agency in delivering  top class marketing communications services  in  the state.

The Commissioner who noted that Brande Aristotle was  the first Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON)  registered,  and Association of Advertising Agencies of Nigeria (AAAN)  certified agency to open shop in the South East, charged the agency not to relent in its efforts,  adding that,  given the high level of expected investment inflow to the state, there would be  need for more  professional advice to investors by a competent advertising agency,  in the highly specialised area of  marketing communications.

“So far, we are satisfied with the quality of value you are adding presently to our state. We are glad your agency was convinced to come to Awka. The quality of professionalism we see in you is definitely unmatched’’ he said.

In his remark at the occasion, Managing Director and Chief Creative Officer, Brande Aristotle Limited, Mr Tony Odili Ujubuonu stated that the agency was committed to the task of delivering high quality marketing communication service to clients, adding that the move to open an office in Awka was the agency’s way of telling investors that the capacity was available to give support and to add value to every enterprise.