Few days ago, the Commandant General of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, Dr. Ahmed Abubakar Audi, mni and his team paid an inspection visit to the multifunctional and world-class Garment Factory, designed also for the production and manufacturing of para-military garments. The inspection exercise was led by the CEO of Jimco Global Concept, Hon. Jim Okolo, alongside other members of Staff of the Factory. 


On arrival, Hon. Jim Okolo took them around the well-spaced factory, as he showed them around the world class facilities, machineries and vibrant human resource structure, as well as the technologies which is implored in the day to day productions of garments and other paramilitary wears in the factory.

According to reports, the CG of NSCDC, Dr. Ahmed Abubakar Audi, expressed how impressed he was with the standards and other technological facilities used in the garment factory. He commended the CEO, Hon. Jim Okolo for such creative investment, with emphasis on their capacity and world-class machineries. Although, Okolo also expressed appreciation to the CG of NSCDC and his team for the visit to inspect and prospectively establish partnership with his organization.



The impressive garment factory is designed and built by Jimco Global Concept under the Chairmanship of Hon. Jim Okolo. Few months ago Heads of several Military and Paramilitary agencies visited the Garment factory for inspection. Some of which includes the CG, Federal Fire Service, the Nigeria Police and other security agencies across the country.


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