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News and Events Culled From NASCO

Members of the House of Representative Committee on Industry paid a courtesy visit to the Management of Nasco Group Monday June 25, 2012. The Members of the Committee on Industry were in Plateau State on a working visit as part of their oversight duty to assess the Industrial situation in the state.
The Courtesy visit was led by the Chairman of the Committee, Hon. Mohammed Ogoshi Onawo, who commended Nasco for their sustained efforts in contributing towards the economic development and growth of Nigeria.
In his welcome address, the Ag.CEO, Mr. Ambrose A. Onyejekwe requested the Honourable Members to look into the issue of infrastructures among other challenges bedeviling the manufacturing sectors so as to continue to generate more employment opportunities to the Nigerian populace.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 August 2012 08:07

Culled From Leadership Newpaper

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Constituents Provide The Key Lawmaking Challenge .... Onawo


Hon. Mohammed Ogoshi Onawo, member of the House of Representatives

Hon. Mohammed Ogoshi Onawo, member of the House of Representatives, represents Keana/Doma/Awe Federal Constituency of Nasarawa State. In this interview with, RUTH CHOJI, he speaks on his plans to bring succour to his people and on other national issues

What are the key challenges for you in lawmaking at the federal level, distinct from those at the state level when you were a speaker of the House of Assembly?


Last Updated on Friday, 03 August 2012 18:25

Lawmaker flags off free medical services in Nasarawa

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A member of the House of Representatives, Hon. Mohammed Ogoshi Onawo, has flagged off a one week free medical treatment at the General Hospital, Doma in Doma Local Government Area of Nasarawa State.

The one week medical exercise which is being sponsored by the lawmaker will afford patients suffering from different ailments with the opportunity to avail themselves with medical advice and treatment. Addressing the participants, Hon. Onawo said the exercise is his own way of showing appreciation to those who elected him as their representative to the National Assembly.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 June 2012 12:35

Backward Integration: House Advocates Enhanced Local

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By Crusoe Osagie

The Committee on Industry of the House of Representatives has harped on the need for manufacturers in the country to raise their level of local content utilisation in producing made in Nigeria goods to reflect government's backward integration policy.

The committee, led by its Chairman, Mohammed Ogoshi Onawo, made the call while embarking on a tour and assessment of some manufacturing outfits in Lagos State, which have benefited from funding from the Bank of Industry (BoI).

According to Onawo, the assessment exercise, which forms part of their oversight function on the activities of BoI, also provides a first-hand opportunity to meet Nigerian manufacturers and assess the challenges facing the sector, in order to go back and map out solutions.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 June 2012 12:38

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