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All Set for Panafrican MSME Academy Webinar in Nigeria

All is set the first Panafrican MSME Academy informational webinar in Nigeria slated for 3rd of September, 2020 at 10 am and open to Medium, Small and Micro Enterprises across the 36 states and federal capital territory. The MSMEs are invited to join this webinar tailored specifically for MSME operating in Nigeria. The webinar provides
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Building to adapt in a pandemic: Navigating MSME growth for economic sustainability in Nigeria

I have chosen the above topic intentionally in a bid to maintain a positive outlook in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic and its ravaging impact on a Nigerian economy that was just beginning to emerge from a self-induced recession. For lack of a better depiction, while the Nigerian economy was just beginning to gain some semblance of stability, COVID-19 not only wiped out the little gains made so far, but placed the economy and, particularly, MSMEs who accounted for about 50% of our GDP in the last 5 years on the path of struggle once more.

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Jumia: Promoting Nigeria’s economy through MSMEs

The role of micro, small and medium scale enterprises (MSMEs) in areas of promoting inclusive growth, increasing the country’s gross domestic product (GDP), creation of employment opportunities and wealth creation, the world over, can never be overemphasised. Their immense contributions to the growth of their micro and macroeconomics are the reason countries, developed and developing, highly regard their MSMEs sector.

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FG expresses commitment to strengthen MSMEs devt to address poverty

By Chioma Onuegbu, Uyo The Federal Government has expressed its commitment to strengthen Micro Small and Medium Entreprises, MSMEs in order to   alleviate poverty,  unemployment  and other economic challenges confronting Nigeria. The Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade, and Investment, Mr. Edet Akpan stated this yesterday in Uyo, Akwa Ibom state during his opening remark
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Nigeria, MSME

‘MSME most neglected in Nigeria’

By Emmanuel Elebeke A group of young entrepreneurs, under the auspices of Hype Communications, have lamented the lack of interest for intellectual and business shows in Nigeria. The entrepreneurs said the Micro, Small and Medium Entreprises (MSME) are the most neglected in the country, with little or no support and that programmes designed to incubate
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