Patronise ‘Made-In-Nigeria’ Products – Osinbajo Urges Nigerians

Acting President Yemi Osinbajo
Acting President Yemi Osinbajo

By Andah John

Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has restated Federal Government’s resolve to revamp the nation’s economy with locally manufactured goods.

He said the current economic challenges clearly indicate that persistent dependence on importation is not sustainable.

He, therefore, called for the patronage of made-in-Nigeria goods.

Professor Osinbajo was speaking at the 2017 National Productivity Day in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital.

“Permit me to make a comment on made-in-Nigeria initiative, which has also been recognised here.

“As the president said in his 2017 budget speech, we must grow what we eat and we must use what we make; we must patronise made-in-Nigeria products to encourage local production,” Professor Osinbajo said.


The National Productivity Day is used by the Nigerian government to promote local production of goods and services.

Also, it’s a day set aside to reward indigenous entrepreneurs who are contributing to the growth of the economy.

The 2017 edition saw 15 individuals and five organisations rewarded by the government for their contributions to the nation’s economy.

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