Anambra Will Produce More Millionaires From 2023 Art Exhibition — Soludo

Chief of Staff to Governor Soludo, Mr. Earnest Ezeajuhi, being conducted round the stands at the exhibition ground at Oma Event Centre Awka.

By Raymond Ozoji,  Awka

Governor Charles Chukwuma Soludo of Anambra State has said that the state will produce more millionaires from the ongoing 2023 arts and crafts exhibition judging from the abundance of raw talents who came to showcase their natural proclivities.
Soludo, who gave the hint at the opening ceremony of the 2023 Anambra Arts/Crafts Mega Exhibition taking place at the Oma Event Centre Awka, said his administration is paying priority attention to the creative industry with a view to harnessing raw talents and creating market for their ingenuity.
Soludo, who was represented on the occasion by the Chief of Staff, Mr. Earnest Ezeajuhi, said his government is providing free education, free antenatal and delivery services for pregnant women and equally ensuring a civil society where the welfare of the citizenry is of utmost importance.
The host Commissioner of the 2023 Anambra Arts/Crafts Mega Exhibition, who is the Commissioner for Culture, Tourism and Entertainment, Mr. Don Onyenji, corroborated what the governor said, saying that more millionaires would be produced from the 4-day arts exhibition.
Onyenji, who described arts as a goldmine, opined that people made huge sums of money from selling their art works. He also said that the government of Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo is creating a huge market for artistes; thereby creating job opportunities for the people.
The Commissioner said that the art exhibition would end on Saturday 30th September and that exhibitors should feel free to showcase their works and expect more patronage.
Meanwhile, a renowned artist and co-creator of the 2023 Anambra Arts/Crafts Mega Exhibition organized by the Anambra State Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Entertainment, Mr. Chuka Nnabuife, said not many people know how much money the creative sector produces for Anambra state.
Nnabuife, who described the art exhibition as unique and innovative, said the arts and crafts industry is a goldmine where raw talents could make a healthy living especially as Governor Soludo is poised to harnessing more talents and creating opportunities for them.

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