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Training is crucial to sucess of Lagos employment fund

Lagos Nigeria - November 11, 2016:

The N25 billion employment trust fund established by the Lagos state government will facilitate access to funding for over 100,000 entrepreneurs in the state. However the training of the entrepreneurs is an important part of the process. Akin Oyebode, the executive secretary at the Lagos State Employment Trust Fund joined CNBC Africa’s Wole Famurewa to talk about this.

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Video: Training is a Big Part of Our Plan.

Lagos Nigeria - November 8, 2016:

The Lagos State N25 billion Employment Trust Fund, will facilitate access to funding, for over 100,000 entrepreneurs in the state. However, training the entrepreneurs is an important part of the process. Akin Oyebode, Executive Secretary of the Lagos State Employment Trust Fund joins CNBC Africa in an interview

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N25BN EMPLOYMENT TRUST FUND: LAGOS TARGETS 100,000 ENTREPRENEURS BY 2019

Lagos Nigeria - November 7, 2016:

The Lagos State Government on Monday said that it has set a target to utilise the N25billion Employment Trust Fund to provide financial support to over 100,000 Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) within the next three years.

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ADDRESS AT THE MEDIA BRIEFING ON THE ACTIVITIES OF THE LAGOS STATE EMPLOYMENT TRUST FUND (LSETF), HELD AT THE BAGAUDA KALTHO PRESS CENTRE, LAGOS STATE SECRETARIAT, ALAUSA, IKEJA.

Lagos Nigeria - November 7, 2016:

It gives me great pleasure to provide this update on the activities of the Lagos State Employment Trust (LSETF). We are aware that since our inauguration in March 2016, Lagos residents have been eagerly awaiting the commencement of our activities, especially during this challenging economic period.

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LAGOS STATE EMPLOYMENT TRUST FUND DID NOT APPOINT AGENTS TO SELL LOAN ASSESSMENT FORMS

Lagos Nigeria - August 6, 2016:

It has come to the attention of the Lagos State Employment Trust Fund (LSETF) that certain individuals, parading themselves as agents of the Fund, are selling loan assessment and job application forms. These individuals are fake, devious and are perpetuating criminal activities.