The Nigerian government places renewed focus on manufacturing, believing it will be a driving force in growth. Workers assemble smartphones branded as the first made in Nigeria; the factory runs a training program.
Founder Fidelis Ayebae discusses his vision for the business, combating the issue of fake drugs, and investing in manufacturing life-saving drugs. Locally manufactured malaria drugs are cheaper than imports.
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Why now is the time to introduce a "Made In Nigeria" smart phone; the CEO of Fidson Healthcare PLC discusses the benefits of locally manufactured drugs.
Length: 11 minutes
Copyright date: ©2017
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