Lately, President Muhammadu Buhari signed the Startup Act, initially an Executive Bill into law and has committed the sum of Ten Billion Naira (N10bn) only accessible to young and local innovators.
Nigerian House of Representatives has commenced inquisition into the forty billion dollars ($40bn) fund recovered by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, and remitted to the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, that is not accounted for in any available record.
Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN grant of five hundred million naira (500,000,000) would be made available to graduates and undergraduate persons, respectively.
Farmers have been expressing excitement since the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN intervention fund commenced, which have positively impacted the lives and businesses of stakeholders in the agriculture sector.
The whereabouts of the recovered $43.4 Million Ikoyi loot is still a mystery as all of the involved parties have either denied knowing the money’s location is or kept mute.
National Security Agency, NSA, has denied having any knowledge hinting that the $44 Million Ikoyi Recovery is in its possession.
For a start, entrepreneurs constantly find it difficult to know profitable business ideas once they venture into the self-empowerment space.
The Federal Government on Tuesday approved the sum of $20million technology fund for young innovators.
In Nigeria, there are close to 500 indigenous scholarships open to students for both international and national levels. Sadly, they’re hardly e