In a bid to complement the federal government’s efforts to improve the economy and create more jobs, a group of partners in the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) space is set to execute various MSME-focused interventions, targeting 1.3 million beneficiaries across 17 States and FCT.
The interventions which are to be completed in 17 States and FCT are Shared Centres for MSMEs providing four markets with 300kva Solar Panels and Mini-grids to provide eight hours of electricity a day to six Fashion Hubs and 2 Furniture Clusters.
MSME partners collaborating with the Office of the Vice President to execute these interventions include the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN), Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), Industrial Training Fund (ITF), National Agency for Food, Drug Administration and Control, (NAFDAC), Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) and Bank of Industry (BOI).
This was contained in a statement by the Director of Information in the Office of the Vice President, Olusola Abiola.
The statement said the MSME and Job Creation Unit of the Vice President’s Office is coordinating the interventions.
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