Few days ago the Federal Road Safety Corps-FRSC, paid an inspection visit to the Garment of Hon. Jim Okolo, a former Member of the Federal House of Representatives and CEO of Jimez Petroleum  Resources Limited. According to reports, the Personnels of the Federal Road Safety Corps-FRSC, were received by Hon. Jim Okolo Portharcourt, Rivers, State.

Hon. Jim took them around his standard, multifunctional garment factory, which is designed to produce and manufacture massive numbers of para-military garments, including wears, shoes and others. The well-spaced factory may yet be one of the most standard garment factory in Rivers state and across Nigeria, considering its size, machineries, technology and human resources.

Speaking with Hon. Okolo, he described the inspection visit by officers of FRSC as a welcome developments, with emphasis on the professed encouragements, remarks and commendations on his garment factory. He however assured Interested and certified agencies across Nigeria and Africa, of its world-class service delivery, especially in quality, durability and creativity.

He also appreciated them for their concerns in ensuring standards and promoting quality in garment productions across Rivers state and the country in entirety. Hon. Jim Okolo has remained unequivocally innovative in his Enterpreneur approach and creative Investment choice. He is a politician, an Enterpreneur and a businessman with several brands of Investments. 

He was recently recognised and honoured by the Rotary Club Abuja and the Alumni of Anambra state University. His honour was premised on his outstanding leadership qualities and enterpreneurial contributions, which created several opportunities for young Nigerians through empowerment and employment opportunities.


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