By James Ogunnaike, Abeokuta
No fewer than 30,000 students from four states in Nigeria have benefited from entrepreneurship skills sponsored by the German International Development Agency (GIZ), while over 5,000 new jobs have been created to support value chains under its Pro-Poor Growth and Promotion of Employment in Nigeria Programme, known as (SEDIN).
The Head of Programme, GIZ SEDIN, Mr. Markus Wauschkuhn, disclosed this at a media parley with selected journalists on the second edition of the Students’ Entrepreneurship Activities (SEA-Hub) national competition among secondary schools in Nigeria, scheduled to take place in Federal Capital Territory, (FCT), Abuja next week.
Wauschkuhn said SEA-Hub activities involved students from both private and public secondary schools in the. participating states.
Wauschkuhn noted that the SEA-Hub national competition, was a follow-up to the state competitions, that were concluded in five states and from which 15 schools were…
Source: Vanguard Newspaper