Gabor Kruss, the Hungarian deputy ambassador to Nigeria, has proposed investing $1.5 million in Abia State in partnership with the state government.
Kruss said this at a meeting in Umuru, Isiala Ngwa South local government, between a group from the embassy of that country in Nigeria and the governor of the state, Alex Otti.
He said that the investments would be made in many different areas, such as energy, health, education, agriculture, sports, and getting clean water to people.
In response, Governor Otti said he was glad that the investments would include a plant to make prosthetic limbs. He also said that this was in line with his plans for the state.
“I know you spent more than $1 million to fix up St. Charles Hospital in Anambra State. “That kind of cooperation will be very interesting to us,” he said.
So, he said that the government had given the maker permission to build the plant on a half-hectare of land in any part of the state.