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AASDU, AMBRA task Anambra on investment

THE duo of Association of Anambra State Development Unions (AASDU), Lagos chapter cum Ambra Investicorp Trust limited have called on the people of Anambra  in diaspora to look homewards and see how they can support building of companies that would make the state economic compliant.

During the 2009 AASDU lecture and honours award/Ambra joiners’ forum, organized by the duo, Chief Emman I. Anyadike and Dr. Ndi Onuekwusi, President and Managing Director/CEO for the two Associations respectively in one accord but at different times noted that putting investment companies where the youths will be employed after their education is the best legacy a nation could bestow to its youths.

According to Anyadike, there is no gainsaying that the task of developing Anambra is a collective responsibility that must not be left for the government alone. In a subtle but emphatical way, he enjoined all Anambra people to key into the League of Anambra Professional (LAP) complementary development blueprint by individually and collectively buying into the Ambra Investicorp offer and going a step further to establish effective link with it.

Dr. Onuekwusi, the MD/CEO of AMBRA Investicorp Trust limited, in his motivational speech, said that the aim of the occasion was to start Anambra state unity movement devoid of political, clannish or religious rancour so as to rebuild Anambra state into a modern society in collaboration with any government in power.

According to him, there is no doubt that Anambra state as an entity is in decline nay decay. He said that the best indicators of growth, development and progress are human and demographic.

“Our homeland has for decades suffered massive emigration which is a self reinforcing phenomenon irrespective of the cause. It is a malignant chronic disease that causes so much distress and slow, very slow death of society. The first major sign of the malignancy of massive emigration is Demographic Distortion (DD). In Anambra, DD is a situation in which generally speaking, the upper 80 per cent of Anambra people live outside the Anambra State,” he said.
Onuekwusi noted that there are no high quality persons from any other state or country living in Anambra.

whereas high quality Anambra people lives in every other State and virtually every country in the world. He noted that there is no organized sector in Anambra State, giving that as one of the reasons there has not been growth, development and progress in the State. He therefore implored  Anambra people in all the spheres of human development to support AMBRA Investicorp Trust limited in the overall task of developing the state through building industries that will absorb the teeming educated youths.

The duo of Association of Anambra State Development Unions (AASDU), Lagos chapter cum Ambra Investicorp Trust limited have called on the people of Anambra  in diaspora to look homewards and see how they can support building of companies that would make the state economic compliant.

During the 2009 AASDU lecture and honours award/Ambra joiners’ forum, organized by the duo, Chief Emman I. Anyadike and Dr. Ndi Onuekwusi, President and Managing Director/CEO for the two Associations respectively in one accord but at different times noted that putting investment companies where the youths will be employed after their education is the best legacy a nation could bestow to its youths.

According to Anyadike, there is no gainsaying that the task of developing Anambra is a collective responsibility that must not be left for the government alone. In a subtle but emphatical way, he enjoined all Anambra people to key into the League of Anambra Professional (LAP) complementary development blueprint by individually and collectively buying into the Ambra Investicorp offer and going a step further to establish effective link with it.

Dr. Onuekwusi, the MD/CEO of AMBRA Investicorp Trust limited, in his motivational speech, said that the aim of the occasion was to start Anambra state unity movement devoid of political, clannish or religious rancour so as to rebuild Anambra state into a modern society in collaboration with any government in power.

According to him, there is no doubt that Anambra state as an entity is in decline nay decay. He said that the best indicators of growth, development and progress are human and demographic.

“Our homeland has for decades suffered massive emigration which is a self reinforcing phenomenon irrespective of the cause. It is a malignant chronic disease that causes so much distress and slow, very slow death of society. The first major sign of the malignancy of massive emigration is Demographic Distortion (DD). In Anambra, DD is a situation in which generally speaking, the upper 80 per cent of Anambra people live outside the Anambra State,” he said.

Onuekwusi noted that there are no high quality persons from any other state or country living in Anambra whereas high quality Anambra people lives in every other State and virtually every country in the world.

He noted that there is no organized sector in Anambra State, giving that as one of the reasons there has not been growth, development and progress in the State. He therefore implored  Anambra people in all the spheres of human development to support AMBRA Investicorp Trust limited in the overall task of developing the state through building industries that will absorb the teeming educated youths.


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