He noted that members are creating jobs for the unemployed, which would reduce unemployment.
Mr Nyara made the call at the opening f a five- day training workshop for 52 Master Apprentices, made up of 20 men and 32 women drawn from Techiman Municipality at Techiman.
He appealed to the Municipal Assembly to allocate a market stall to train school dropouts, the youth and other persons interested in the vocation.
Mr Simon Afful, Municipal Examination Coordinator of Ghana Tailors and Dressmaking Association, said its vision is geared towards introducing Made-in-Ghana goods and encouraging Ghanaians to patronise them.
Mr Chou-En-Cn Ahmed, Research Fellow of Fashion Industry in Ghana and Suit Coordinator, asked the participants to take the workshop serious and impart the skills and knowledge acquired to their colleagues.