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MSMEs key to youth, women empowerment – Shettima

Vice President Kashim Shettima has said President Bola Ahmed Tinubu is very passionate about empowering Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) for the development of…

Vice President Kashim Shettima has said President Bola Ahmed Tinubu is very passionate about empowering Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) for the development of the nation’s economy.

The Vice President stated this on Tuesday when he spoke with journalists during his tour of exhibition stands at the BRICS Trade Fair.

According to him, “It is a known fact that the empowerment of the MSMEs is key to empowering our youth and women towards contributing to the nation’s economic development.”

Speaking further about the commitment of President Tinubu towards empowering the MSMEs, he said “the President is a very compassionate leader and in the coming months, there will be changes in the fortunes of Nigeria.”

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The vice president, in a statement by Olusola Abiola, Director Information Office of the Vice President, commended the organisers of the trade fair which had about 180 exhibitors from various sectors of the economy.

He stressed that the exhibitions will in the long run serve the purpose of galvanising investment and trade in the continent.

Vice President Shettima who took time to inspect Nigeria’s exhibitions lauded the investments of Nigerians in South Africa.

He said “I am quite impressed by the investment Nigerians are making in South Africa. This is the harbinger of greater things to come. I can say that Nigerians are active in digital economy, they are active in fashion, they are equally active in mining.”

“I am quite glad that quite a number of our country men are doing well and are willing to partner with the home nation for the greater glory of the African continent.”

While praising Rose Bank, a Nigerian investment outfit in South Africa for the funding of a cassava project worth 40 billion Naira, the Vice President affirmed that “it is game a changer with the cassava value chain with its huge economic benefits. We hope that it will be reflected in other parts of the country.”

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