The Rescue Mission Government in the state wishes to inform Imo people and the general public that more than one hundred indigenes of the state have left the state for Turkey on industrial trip at the instance of the Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha and the government he superintends.
Those on the trip are mainly industrialists who are indigenes of the state, and few other personalities including selected media practitioners and businessmen. They left the state by 2pm on Wednesday, September 9, 2015 (today).
The industrialists who constitute the bulk of the contingent are men and women whose vocations have been in various aspects of industrialization including agro based ventures.
The governor and indeed the state government decided to take them to Turkey to enable them tour some industries and factories in that country and also meet with some notable industrialists in that country to find out from them how they did their own and succeeded, and how they could assist the state to also succeed in such industrial establishments.
All these steps are aimed at giving teeth to the government’s policy of “factory, factory, factory; Industry, industry, industry; and job, job, job”, and a policy the governor has vowed to see it being realized like the Free Education policy.
The governor himself is the leader of the business-oriented journey and they are expected to spend three days in Turkey, which has succeeded in both medium and large scale industries.
The governor has also urged Imo people to pray for those who made the trip and for the realization of the essence of the tour. He also wishes Imo people the best.
Chief Press Secretary to the Governor