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Enyimba Economic City
The federal government and Abia State yesterday penned the N500 billion Enyimba Economic City project at Aba, Abia State, where the federal government has taken 20 per cent equity of N100 billion. The project is a private sector driven.
Abia State Government says it is building a multi-million naira Enyimba Economic City that will industrialise and boost the economy of the state.
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