The acting managing director of the Abuja Enterprise Agency (AEA), Mallam Shehu Abdulkadir, has said the agency is partnering with the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), Nigeria, to build the capacity of youths in the FCT on entrepreneurship.
Mallam Abdulkadir disclosed this while receiving the newly appointed country director of KOICA, Mr Son Sungil, and his team in his office recently.
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He commended KOICA for its immense contribution to the growth and sustainability of the Nigerian economy through its various capacity building programmes, which he noted the AEA had directly benefited from.
In his response, Mr Sungil said he was impressed with the impact of the agency through its entrepreneurship programmes on the residents of the FCT, adding that KOICA was focused on entrepreneurial development and had identified key areas of partnership with the agency.