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NEPC pledges enabling policies for Omatek

By Peter Egwuatu
THE Nigerian Export  Promotion Council (NEPC) has promised to provide the enabling environment for Omatek to thrive, especially in its international business operations relating to the establishment of Omatek Factories in other ECOWAS countries.

According to a statement made available to Vanguard, the Chairman of the Nigerian Export Promotion Council, Alhaji I Jatau, who led the Nigerian delegation to the Omatek pavilion at the on-going Ghana International Trade Fair in Accra disclosed this, saying NEPC will do all it can to make the entity attractive.

Alhaji Jatau who was visibly overwhelmed by the wide array of Omatek products on display at the Fair, immediately paid an unscheduled visit to the Omatek Computers Ghana factory where he described Omatek as a good example of the growth and achievement of Nigerian industrialists. He further reiterated that companies like Omatek who have made giant strides to establish factories in other countries like Ghana and other ECOWAS countries need to be encouraged.

The statement added that while receiving the delegation on behalf of Omatek Computers Ghana Limited, the General Manager, Mr. Nana Benneh said Omatek Computers Ghana Limited was strategically cited as the export hub for other African countries, apart from Nigeria. He therefore called on Africans to patronize their own, stressing that Omatek products are of high quality, as the raw materials are sourced from the same high class manufacturers like the other foreign brands.

He added that Omatek Computers are best suited especially for the African Market because theuy have been built to withstand the heat and weather conditions prevalent in Africa.

Speaking further, he said visitors to the Omatek pavilion at the Ghana International Trade Fair had the opportunity to win various prizes through a raffle draw held on March 13, 2010. Such prizes include Omatek DVD player, car chargers, speaker sets e.t.c.


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