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At Easter, Abuja Chamber of Commerce, Industry President Chief Obegolu urges Nigerians to work towards peace, unity for business growth

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President, ACCI, Chief Emeka Obegolu

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The President of the Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI), Chief Emeka Obegolu, SAN, has urged Nigerians to work towards building a prosperous and united nation, where the business community can thrive and contribute to national development.

Chief Obegolu made these remarks in a statement he signed to celebrate the 2024 Easter festivities.

He called on the government and relevant stakeholders to create an enabling environment for businesses to thrive.

Easter, also known as Pascha or Resurrection Sunday, is a significant Christian festival celebrated to mark the resurrection of Jesus Christ, three days after his crucifixion on Good Friday.

This festival represents the triumph of life over death and encompasses the crucifixion, burial, and subsequent resurrection of Christ.

In his message, Chief Obegolu urged entrepreneurs and business owners to seize the opportunities presented by Easter to recommit themselves to excellence and innovation in their respective fields.

He stressed the importance of supportive policies, infrastructure development, and access to finance for sustainable business growth.

Chief Obegolu emphasized the significance of fostering collaboration and partnerships among businesses, as well as encouraging networking, knowledge-sharing, and joint initiatives.

By doing so, a solid foundation can be established for economic progress and job creation, ultimately contributing to national development.

On behalf of the Executive Council and members of ACCI, Chief Obegolu extended warm wishes for a joyful and blessed Easter celebration to all Nigerians.

He encouraged everyone to embrace the true spirit of Easter, characterized by love, forgiveness, and hope, as we work together towards building a prosperous and united nation.

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