Nigerian-made switch floods Sudanese market due to its durability

Nigerian-made switch floods Sudanese market due to its durability

While the current reputation of Nigeria to the outside world is not exactly favourable, there are still reasons to celebrate the country, according to Bashir Ahmad.

In a country like Nigeria where a lot of fake and substandard goods have flooded the market, most people would rather buy foreign made products. There is a general belief that anything with the tag 'made in Nigeria' is never durable.

However, there have been attempts at changing this negative narrative hence the 'Grow The Naira' movement that is gradually becoming very strong in the country. Perhaps it is in this light that the personal assistant to President Buhari on New Media, Bashir Ahmad, has come out to share the experience in Sudan.

According to his post, a man identified as Aliyu Bose tried to buy an electric switch board while in Sudan. He went on to ask for the best and to his surprise, he was offered a Nigerian-made product.

See post below;

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While a few received this news with great pride, some however still doubted the authenticity of the product due to the fact that Sudan was not exactly a developed place to take pride in.

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