The pragmatic and workaholic Governor of Cross River State, Sir Benedict Ayade, has received eulogies from across section of Nigerian citizens for the standard and quality of the products of the Cross River Garment factory.
Nigerians who recently patronize product of the African largest garment factory following the commencement of public sales of the factory’s wears expressed deep satisfaction with the high quality of products from the factory which are comparable to any in the world.
Some of the customers who took advantage of the commencement of sales of the factory’s wears to the members of the public, equally commended the supee digital governor of Cross River State for the vision and initiative.that led to the building of the ultramodern and largest garment factory in Africa and that the factory has gone along way to transform the state’s economic status as well as improved the overall well-being of those working there and their families.
Excited persons who recently patronized the product of the factory are Nigerians and organisations from different parts of the country including students, schools and churches who have been trooping to the factory to buy clothings.
Expressing her deep satisfaction with the quality of the products of the factory, a 45 years old Mrs. Anabel Ukedem, said that she was so satisfied with the quality of the wears from the factory and that the factory wears come at the right time to ameliorate the effect of the Federal Government border closure.
Also commenting on the standard and quality of the wears from the factory, Alex Olayinka, a business man, asserted that the factory and it’s products were the outcome of a leader with deep vision, working to transform economic narrative of not just Cross River State and NIgeria but the entire Africa, and expressed satisfaction with the quality of the wears he picked.
“I must honesty commend the governor of Cross River State, Senator Prof Ben Ayade for his vision and commitment to transforming the narrative of his people and NIgeria and Africa as a whole. We may not fully appreciate what Ayade is doing now, but in few years when investments starts to bring multiple returns, we will realize that God has actually placed a genius among us to change our situations,” Olayinka stated.
On her part, Faith Abou, a 23 year old Student of the University of Calabar, Averred, “As a fashion enthusiast, I strongly commend the quality of garments produced from this Factory while also appreciating Gov Ben Ayade for the initiative. This facility no doubt serves as an employment poll for many Cross Riverians.
“I just saw an advertisement that there will be sales today and I say let me pick some materials for myself. Honestly, what I picked is wonderful, I like the quality as I look at it and the price is very fantastic and I love it very well. If they continue with this, I think the price of clothes will drop down in the open market,” Abou concluded.
Also speaking, Jane Efiok said that the essence of the factory was to reduce the cost of clothes and materials in the market and he was very impressed that the dream of the Governor has been realised.
According to him, “I just came here to pick some boxers, Yes I have checked the quality and it is okay; the price too is very fair. The essence of this fare is to get something quality with minimal cost and that is what the government has tried to achieve and I am highly impressed with what I have seen here”.
Another buyer, Samson Chukwueze who sells clothes at the popular Watt Market described the shirt he got from the factory as the best he had and promised to be buying in wholesale quantity for his business.
“The quality is Superb, the costing outside here is very affordable, the best among any shirt I had bought in time past. I actually sell clothes myself and I can tell you that Gov. Ayade has done a brilliant job here. For me and many others who are into this business, we will not be going to Aba again because from next month I’ll be buying things in wholesale quantity for my business”.
Chukwueze added that “With the recent ban on importation of textile, one can rightly say that in no distant time, the garment factory will serve as a huge market not for people residing in Cross River only but the entire South South region and South-East region.”
Another business man, Mr. Odobi O. Odobi, said that, “there can be nothing more satisfying than the joy that one can walk to a factory in one’s own city and pick up quality clothings in a reasonable price. God bless Ayade for his vision,” Odobi, maintained.
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