The Federal Ministry of Finance has promised to address grievances raised by participants in the YouWin Connect programme.
This was the outcome of the meeting between officials of the ministry and representatives of participants of the YouWin Connect Capacity Building Programme, who came to seek further clarifications in respect of the programme.
According to a statement that was issued by director of information in the ministry, Hassan Dodo, the ministry said it would soon update all stakeholders on the next phases of the YouWin Connect programme and further pointed out that such clarification became necessary because many participants in the programme had sought information on how their businesses could be supported, having completed the second phase of the YouWin Connect Capacity Building.
On assuming office, the minister of finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, reviewed and restructured the YouWin Programme to YouWin Connect and gave it a new focus for sustainability, with emphasis on enterprise education as catalyst for business success.
The initiative which promotes entrepreneurship as a viable career option for young Nigerians has also supported the growth and development of SMEs with over 61,000 participants receiving online capacity building.
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