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Anambra Commissioner Commends ASBA Boss On Role In Promoting SMEs

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Anambra State Commissioner for Information and Public Enlightenment, Mr. C-Don Adinuba has commended Sir Clement Chukwuka, the Managing Director, Anambra State Small Business Agency, ASBA for his immense role in the promotion of small and medium business owners, which earlier in August placed the State in first position among states that promote SME’s.

He made this known during the event of the investiture of Knights of Saint Christopher, Diocese on the Niger which held recently at the All Saints Cathedral Church Onitsha.

According to Adinuba, two years ago, the Central Bank of Nigeria gave the sum of three billion naira to Anambra State for small business owners through the resolve of Sir Clement Chukwuka, who was among the new Knights. In fact, owing to the good record set by the State, the CBN was prompted to doll out the sum of N3.5 billion this year for those in the agricultural sector.

The Commissioner further expressed his gratitude towards Sir Chukwuka for his efforts in the state and Governor Willie Obiano for choosing the right man for the job. He also urged Sir Clement to in the same way he works for the State, replicate the same in the church; for the glory of God.

On his part, Dr. Christian Madubuko, the Commissioner for Diaspora Affairs and Indigenous Artwork advised Sir Clement not to relent in being a soldier of Christ to the Church and those living around him.

The President, Council of Knights, Diocese on the Niger, Sir Ben Uzuegbu said God in his infinite wisdom brought more people to defend the church. He added that the investiture will catalyze the candidates into doing more for the improvement of the society.

Responding, Sir Clement expressed gratitude to God for the singular honor and Governor Obiano for institutionalizing governance in the state, which according to him, guaranteed continuity.

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