The study is expected to allow the development of a robust private sector-driven solution for value addition and to facilitate export of textile products from Kaduna State, a press release from the bank quoted Oramah as saying.
Afreximbank would support the initiative under its industrialisation and export development strategy.
El-Rufai also accepted Oramah’s invitation to Kaduna state to participate in the Intra-African Trade Fair being organised by the bank in Cairo from December 11 to 17 to promote trade among African nations. (DS)
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