Cross River Commences Screening Of Applicants For Garment Factory

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Workers at the garment factory site
Workers at the garment factory site

A statement by the Special Assistant Media/Chief Press Secretary to Governor Ayade, Mr. Christian Ita, has announced the arrival of the ship conveying equipment for the Calabar Garment Factory at the Lagos Port.

Ita, said the equipment is currently at the Apapa Port, Lagos undergoing routine checks before arriving the site in Calabar adding that arrangements have been concluded by the state government to commence screening of applicants for recruitment into the factory on Thursday August 27.

According to the statement, the total unit of equipment is 528, including industrial sewing machines, automatic cutting machines, weaving machines, automatic cutting machines and all the necessary accessories.

Meanwhile, the recruitment exercise for the Garment Factory begins tomorrow with emphasis on women, especially widows.

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