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YouWiN! Connect is a multimedia based relaunch of the YouWiN! programme of the Federal Ministry of Finance. It aims to support young entrepreneurs as they PLAN, START and GROW their businesses, by providing Enterprise Education as well as access to technical and consulting services. The programme aims to promote entrepreneurship, job creation and wealth via enterprise education for young Nigerians.
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Specific Objectives of the Programme:
Yearly capacity building of 55,500 budding young entrepreneurs.
Nurture ideas and innovation from young entrepreneurial participants from Universities, Polytechnics, Technical colleges, and other post-Secondary institutions in Nigeria.
Increase firm growth by 20% and employment by participating MSMEs in Nigeria
Target growth in the Agriculture/Agro-processing, Construction, ICT, Fashion, Manufacturing and Retail sectors
Encourage expansion, specialization and spin-offs of existing businesses in Nigeria
Enable young entrepreneurs to access a wide business professional network and improve their visibility
APPLICATION CLOSES AUGUST 30TH, 2017
Applicants must have post-secondary school qualification.
Applicants must be between the ages of 18 and 40.
Applicants must be Nigerians and resident in Nigeria.
Applicants businesses must be domiciled in Nigeria.
Applicants must be able to communicate effectively – speaking and writing – in English.
Applicants must be willing to attend all trainings and mentoring exercises organized by the programme.
Applicants must not be an employee of the Nigerian Civil Service.
Click on Register below in order to participate in the YouWiN! Connect Enterprise Education programme.
For more information, kindly visit the official website HERE.
Nigerian Police to recruit 31,000 officers annually
The Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, has said the Force will recruit 31,000 personnel annually.
Idris explained that this would solve the problem of shortage of officers in the Force.
The IGP revealed this on Thursday, during the official commissioning of the Nasarawa State new Police Headquarters in Lafia.
“Apart from the problem of manpower, we would also do everything possible to provide logistics to all our command in the country,” he said.
Idris also called on the members of the publi,c to support the police by giving them useful information in order to carry out their duties effectively.
Just in: Nigerian Immigration Service to employ 1,112 officers
Babandede made this known yesterday during a chat with the media.
According to him, the current recruitment drive was meant to fill the shortfall of slots left after the service had re-absorbed 888 of 2,000 officers engaged in May 2015, who were later disengaged in August of the same year.
“I inherited a big problem when I came on board with a lot of young officers protesting on the streets about the recruitment that was cancelled in 2015,” Babandede said, in reference to the 2,000 officers that were fired by the Muhammadu Buhari administration in August, 2015.
The Comptroller General said it was based on his recommendation the sacked 2,000 officers were re-screened to verify their credentials and security reports.
He further said that at the end of the exercise the Immigration Board authenticated and reabsorbed 888 officers back to the service; adding that the ongoing employment was therefore aimed at providing replacement for the 1,112 laid off by the re-screening of the initial 2,000 hired in May 2015.
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