‘Patronising local goods’ll boost SMEs, create jobs’

The Federal Government’s strong push to encourage Nigerians to support locally made goods and services will encourage entrepreneurship at the Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) segment.

This, in turn, could help spur diversification of the economy, create local jobs, and decrease unemployment.

The Regional Director for Sage in West Africa, Magnus Nmonwu, made this known on the sideline of the Africa Day celebration with the theme, “Building a better Africa and a better world.”

Full story – The Nation

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