4000 Nexit Applicants Trained in Nasarawa State – GConsulting Said click here to read full news about the 4000 Nexit Applicants Trained in Nasarawa State by GConsulting. People in Nasarawa State who wanted to leave the country were trained by us, GConsulting said. A company called GConsulting said that they had trained 4000 people who wanted to leave Nasarawa State.
G-Consulting said that they have taught 4000 people in Nasarawa State how to get a loan from the CBN. This is what G-Consulting said in the most recent news. G-Consulting is one of the businesses that the Enterprise Development Institute (EDI) has approved to train people who want to work for the CBN.
It says this based on information from G-Consulting about the Nexit training that took place in Lafia and Keffi, which you can read more about below.
G-CONSULTING has completed the facilitation of the AGSMEIS Scheme for NEXIT recipients.
- In Lafia and Keffi, a. trains about 4,000 people who get help.
- To be a mentor and help with other things.
Latest news 4000 Nexit Applicants Trained in Nasarawa State
G-consulting International Services recently finished training about 4,000 people who had been in the Federal Government of Nigeria’s entrepreneurship and empowerment program for people who had been in N-power.
G-consulting is one of the best private and public consulting firms in Nigeria, and it is also one of the best Central Bank of Nigeria-accredited Enterprise Development Institutes (EDIs). This year, the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development hired the company to run the training in Keffi and Lafia, two cities in the northern part of the country.
GConsulting Trained 4000 Nexit Applicants in Nasarawa State
In a ceremony to start the training, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Mr. Nura Alkali, congratulated the 467,183 trainees who said they were interested in the NEXIT CBN AGSMEIS program from the 500,000 people who had already left the program.
The Minister said that it has been his goal to make sure that the N-Power graduates who left batches A and B will be well-supported so that they don’t just get jobs but become employers of people. It was for this reason that the ministry worked with the Central Bank of Nigeria to come up with an intervention program that led to the NEXIT program.
Today is the start of a long-awaited training that will allow people who want to be part of the CBN’s empowerment program to do so, Mr. Alkali said.
The group’s Managing Director, Mr. Godfrey Ajayi Sunday, thanked the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs for giving the company another chance to help young people learn how to start their own businesses and become employers of labor. He encouraged the young people to take advantage of the world-class services that G-consulting has to offer and make sure they reach their goal of becoming employers of labor, as the minister has said.
N-Power was set up by President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration on June 28, 2016, to help reduce the number of young people who were unemployed or underemployed in the country. Under the National Social Investment Program, the program has given stipends to more than 500,000 people in Nigeria.
As a way to make sure there was a long-term result, the NEXIT component was set up to help people start businesses. Under the arrangement, out of the 467,183 trainees who said they wanted to go, 75,600 are going to go through the first phase of the orientation program. If they qualify, they could get loans from the Central Bank of Nigeria worth up to three million Naira.