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SMEDAN set to train and empower Nigerian youths on profitable business ventures

The Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN) says 450 business visionaries in the South-East will be trained under the National Business Skills Development Initiative (NBSDI).

The Director-General of SMEDAN, Mr Olawale Fasanya, revealed this on Tuesday during the opening ceremony of the training of the NBSDI beneficiaries in Enugu.

Fasanya, who was represented by the South-East Coordinator of SMEDAN, Mr Victor Ugwu, said NBSDI was intended to give enterprising and professional abilities as well as empowerment materials to fill the capacity hole of the youths.[irp posts=”283″ name=”SMEDAN adopt OLOP on agric-value chain to foster development in the sector”]

He said that the program was being executed in all States of the Federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

As indicated by Fasanya, 3,330 business owners will be trained on business and professional abilities and empowered with materials at the pace of 90 entrepreneurs for every state and FCT.

“Today, the program is beginning all the while in every one of the states in the South-East where a sum of 450 business visionaries will be trained with business and professional skills,” he said.

He said that the 90 business owners in Enugu State would be trained in design, clothing and cooking.[irp posts=”1370″ name=”EMPOWERMENT FOR SME: Abuja SMEs conference will build capacity for AfCFTA – ACCI”]

“The normal result of the program incorporate superior business the executives practice, further developed assistance arrangement via prepared craftsmen, expanded admittance to fund and gear, expansion in the quantity of formalized distinctive organizations,” he said.

Fasanya depicted the Nano, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (NMSMEs) sub-area as basic to the economy, adding that it represents the largest number of occupations made in the economy.

“The 2020 National MSMEs Survey uncovered that there are 39.6 million MSMEs employing 62.5 million people and contributing 46.31 percent and 6.21 percent to ostensible GDP and products individually,” Fasanya said.

One of the members, Mrs Esther Igbonu, said that the training would manage the cost and also the chance to procure more goods and be confident.


Written by T.I Ukende

T.I Ukende is a professional writer and ICT consultant. He has written many evergreen articles for Benuecast blog, classicgist, ellabase and many others before birthing the newsway blog.
Newsway delivers well researched and undiluted information on business, employment opportunities, personal finance and government empowerments.

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