Economic Stability: SECCIMA Advocates Cultural Integration In Nigeria

Director General of SECCIMA, Henry Nduka-Awuregu.

The South East Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture, SECCIMA, has called for mutual respect among all cultural groups in Nigeria to enhance economic stability of the nation.

The Director General of SECCIMA, Henry Nduka-Awuregu, made the call at a forum to mark the 2020 Cultural Day of Elder Justice Onuh International Schools in Aba, Abia State.

He appealed to cultural and ethnic groups in the country to tolerate one another as a way of ensuring peace, prosperity and progress of Nigeria.

“For our businesses to thrive in every part of Nigeria, we must appreciate the unity in our diversity, it is an advantage that we are multi cultural in this country which if well managed can result to multiple opportunity for economic growth.” Nduka-Awuregu said.

The SECCIMA DG commended Elder Justice Onuh International Schools, where he is also a Founding Director, for promoting love and respect for diverse cultures among their students.

He used the opportunity to invite Nigerians to the upcoming International Trade Fair scheduled to hold in Enugu from 13th to 23rd of March 2020, while encouraging exhibitors to seize the opportunity of the fair to showcase not only goods and services but also our cultural diversity to enhance national unity.

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