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This Is Not A Korean Or Kuwaiti Factory But A Factory In Kano Where Carpets And Rugs Are Being Made

Those who always say that Nigeria will be great have foresighted it. Yes it will. Some have seen that Nigeria has great potential,good , intelligent and hard-working people. Nigerians are striving to make this nation a cornerstone of industry where other countries would be coming to make deal with us and it seems this has already been manifesting.

Nigeria is moving from exporting only raw materials to selling out finished products too.

This is a carpet and rug factory in Kano where rugs are been exporting to other countries of the world. I am talking no other factory but Jaykay carpet industry, located at sharada industrial estate,kumbotso Kano. You will not believe this factory has been exporting to United States and other countries. It specializes in producing carpet, rugs, mosque runners and it is one of the factory to produce artificial grass and it has been exporting them to other countries.

According to this Twitter user,Omasoro Ali Ovie, he said this factory is producing enough products that can be exported and this has thereby created more jobs. In fact,it exported mosque runners to Bangladesh during Ramadan. He Tweeted "Kano state has been exporting rugs and carpets to other African countries and the USA, as one the largest producers of rugs in Africa through Jakkay carpet and Rugs. The ban on imported rugs from Asia had helped local rug manufacturer increased production and create more jobs."

He also added " among the first in Nigeria to begin the production of artificial grass for stadiums, Nigeria exported mosque runners to Bangladesh during Ramadan."

This is good news we want to be hearing about Nigeria. We are good people, Nigeria is a great nation.

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