Paul Lawrence Inade is one of the hardworking entrepreneur in the Country, at the tender age of 23 , Paul set up an organization which today has turned out to be a huge venture that generates revenue to the Local Government and has generated employments for indigenes of the state where he lives
Paul is a resident of Kaduna state and owns an aluminum fabricating company called Paul pillars and Aluminum steel LTD.
Paul company’s employed over 40 staffs within Buwaya in Kaduna central zone.
He has also trained 40 apprentices within a period of 8 years in aluminum making
As a young entrepreneur who is under 35 years coupled with his business acumen and skills, Paul feels he and other entrereneurs could do better if the state and federal government partner with them in training youths
According to Paul, what every entrepreneur needs is for the government to make it possible for them to access soft loans and have access to power .If these thing are in place , private businessmen would contribute a lot via the way of training youths and generation of employment .
In an interview with the media, paul said that he set up the company in 2010 a little about 8 years ago and he has within that period has contributed immensely to the social economic situation of the Buwaa community, “Almost 30 of my employees are from the community similarly we have trained over 30 persons from the same community on how to fabricate aluminum doors and windows.
He further added that the Mai Anguwa of Kadara community in Buwaya has expressed his gratitude to the company.
He listed as reducing and curbing the rampared kidnapping, robbery and gangster-ism as one of the benefits of siting his company in Buwaya saying that if the govt can assist him and other entrepreneurs with soft bank loans and grants, the issue of unemployment will be a thing of the past.
‘Collectively we can transform Kaduna state into the business hub of the country ,we have the talents and the sills
He also said that for everyone his company trained no fee was charged there fore it is only necessary that the govt assist them to enable them do more for the society.
Visiting the factory some of the trainees said Samuel Tanko an indigene of Buwaya spoke to reporters that he has been with the company for over 3 months now and he is learning the act of making aluminum windows, doors and roofs and he said his training will last a year.
Similarly, Phlimon Audu also form the area said he has been with the company for over 7 months now and have virtually mastered roofing making, aluminum door fabrication and windows.
He also said that on completion of his training within the next three months he hopes to set up his own company.
The Manager of the company Simon Inaede also commended the host community Buwaya, saying that the Mai Ungwar has been friendly and members of the community has also been friendly to them.
However, he listed power as the major challenge facing the company adding that they send 20,000 a week to power their generating set.
He therefore called on the govt to do all it can to ensure daily power supply.