The federal government declared Monday and Wednesday every week as made in Nigeria dress days to promote our culture and help the sales of the attires, create job opportunities and more.
encomium.ng sampled opinions of Nigerians about the declaration. Here are there responses…
Mrs Kafayat Opeilu
That’s nice, it will really encourage Nigerian designers and at the same time promote sales.
It is a great development, it will help to promote Nigerian culture.
It is very good and it will advance nation and reduce importation of wears.
Mrs Busari Dupe
It is a good Idea, it is a way of encouraging local made fabrics. It will create employment opportunities and give better image to our beloved country.
It is a welcomed development. At least, it will go a long way in rebranding our image as Africans in the face of the world. It will also promote locally made fabrics.
I think it’s a good recommendation. It will further boost the sales of locally made goods and I’m sure that is the target of the President. We should all join hands in reviving our economy. It starts from little things like this.
I wouldn’t say I support or oppose this, because I don’t wear native fabrics. But I think it’s good.
It shouldn’tbe a difficult thing for any government worker to abide. After all, there are countries even here in Africa that wear their local attires to work every day.
I have not heard about it, but I think it’s a good one. We should learn
to use what we produce and produce what we use.
Mr John Smith
It’s a good idea but where is the money to buy the made in Nigeria. Well, it’s not compulsory.
– SHUKURAT ALIMI and AZEEZAT KAREEM for encomium.ng