Small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) in Ekiti State would be working with the governor’s administration, according to Mrs. Sanyaolu Adebola, the newly elected vice chairwoman of SMEs and women’s leader of the Association of Nigerian Women in Business Network (ANWBN).
She stated in an interview with a DAILY POST journalist in Ado-Ekiti that the partnership’s goal is to solidify SMEs as a pillar of development in the state and consequently increase their competitiveness on the world stage…..Continue Reading
Although we haven’t formally allied ourselves with this particular government, she said: “We are in cooperation with the Ekiti State Government. We are intending to go see him (Gov. Oyebanji) to let him know that we exist.”
Adebola urged youths to identify new concepts that would enable them to become self-employed rather than seeking salary jobs.
“I want to advise our youths [that] immediately they graduate, and after their [national] service, they should not delight themselves in looking for white collar jobs or waiting for government to give them appointment; they can go into farming. I am also a farmer. They can grow in financial intelligence, using their hands and brain,” she said.