In a bid to end Nigeria’s present and future economic crises, the Young Entrepreneurs of Nigeria (YEN) unveiled Support Made-in-Nigeria Products Campaign in the organization’s head office in Lagos yesterday, Saturday, March 5.
The Campaign was unveiled by the National President of Young Entrepreneurs of Nigeria (YEN) Chris Kohol and first National Vice President Nwando Isabella in attendance with many entrepreneurs and other dignitaries.
The cardinal points of the campaign are to enlighten, stimulate, encourage and ignite the minds of Nigerians to support, promote and buy Nigerian products, taking into cognizance of the loads of economic importance and benefits.
According Kohol, the 21 days online campaign is designed to intimate and spur Nigerian citizens to support the new government’s industrial revolution plan and appreciate the enormous importance of buying, supporting and encouraging the Made-In-Nigeria products, thus, creating a world-class economy for Nigeria in a long run. He also said the campaign is also aimed at influencing the government of the day to continue to support Made-in-Nigeria products by empowering local manufacturers and enacting policies to favor local contents.
In this light, the organization will be using few modern technology channels like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other internet tools to propagate the 21 days campaign. He also urges and enjoins all well meaning Nigerians and YEN members nationwide to key into the 21 days online campaign to make it a success for the overall benefit of the country.
Kohol also said the campaign will also feature an online exhibition platform for various Made-in-Nigeria products to allow local manufactures nationwide to showcase talents whilst give the Nigerian consumers the full knowledge of locally made products. According to him the online exhibition platform will be launched soonest.