Cooperatives, Associations Embrace Promoting Made In Nigeria Goods
The Women Food Sellers Association has commended the foresight of the Made In Nigeria Campaign as an economic intervention to protect Nigerians from the hardship of the ongoing recession,
The Executive Leadership of the Women Food Sellers Association paid a courtesy call to the Wife of the Senate President, Mrs. Toyin Saraki recently to signal their support for the ongoing campaign of the Nigerian Senate under the leadership of Senate President Bukola Saraki.
According to them recession had caused food prices to rise, which they hoped would be restored to previous levels as the economy improves.
The #MadeInNigeria Initiative of Nigeria’s Senate President, Dr Abubakar Bukola Saraki is being warmly received nationally, as various women’s cooperatives and associations embrace the home-grown #madeinnigeria campaign;
The Chair of the Forum of Senators’ Wives and Founder of the Wellbeing Foundation Africa, Mrs Toyin Saraki while assuring the women of a future collaboration in promoting made in Nigeria products; especially made in Nigeria foods, by collaborating to make this campaign a success in highlighting Nigerian culinary delicacies from every part of the country to be duly represented, showcased, promoted and made available both nationally and internationally,
Mrs Saraki urged the members of the association to promote nutritional content in food preparation, to combat common conditions such as iron-deficiency anaemia, easily prevented through use of ugwu (pumpkin leaf) in cooking, in an ancillary nutrition “Green Food Steps” campaign.