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Wednesday, 19 July 2017

NEWS : Imo state gov Okorocha speaks on difference between the two terms RESTRUCTURING AND REPACKAGING.

Does our great nation , Giant of Africa, Nigeria needs a new face? well the Imo state govt Okorocha speaks on rebranding, saying Nigeria needs repackging not restructuring. so here we say, what is the difference between the two terms RESTRUCTURING AND REPACKAGING.
Okorocha mainly has a problem with the word “restructuring”, which he said means different things to the various geo-political zones in the country.He instead believes that what the country needs is “repackaging.”
The Governor stated this in Owerri on Monday, July 17, at the  67th Annual Conference of the Broadcasting Corporation of Nigeria (BON), according to a statement issued by his spokesman Mr. Sam Onwuemeodo.
Okorocha was quoted as saying,Our nation requires repackaging. It is unfortunate that a great nation like ours has not been properly packaged for consumption by the international communities.”
“Yet, there are more evils in other nations than we have in Nigeria but the reports going out about our country is such that no one will want to come into Nigeria unless for those who want to take risk. No nation can grow with this arrangement.
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