Clothe Industry In Aba, Nigeria: An Expository Study
After food and shelter, clothing is the next most important basic need of man. Kent in Aba, AbiaÂ State, Nigeria is the melting pot of clothe making, a hub of fashion, design and creativity. This isÂ an expository investigation of the clothe industry in Kent in Aba, aimed at highlighting theÂ industry and setting forth arguments concerning the industry. It adopted a participant observtionÂ technique to garner information, based on which it discussed the current challenges faced by theÂ industry and tried to proffer solutions for the way forward.
Keywords: Aba clothe making industry, Economic diversification, Economic self-reliance,Â Employment generation.
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