Nnewi is located at the southeastern state of Anambra, and by their hard work and good fortune the city has produced more naira billionaires than any other town in Nigeria, and maybe as in the whole of Africa.
Also known as the Japan of Africa, the city of Nnewi is well known as the business hub for automobile spare part dealers, and Nigeria’s first indigenous car assembly plant, Innoson, is located there while the first wholly made-in-Nigeria motorcycle, the 'NASENI M1' was manufactured in Nnewi.
The city is recognised for it factories that produce household goods and is home to the biggest road transport companies in the country. As a developing city, industrial and commercial hub in Africa, Nnewi has major institutions such as major banks, and other financial institutions.
The city is also the hometown to the founding president of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, Louis Odumegwu Ojukwu, the first black billionaire. The city is full of the richest people in Nigeria than any other city in the country. And their way of doing business is greatly admired by a lot of people.
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