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Reap Africa Initiative Lunches Free Online Entrepreneurship and Agro-empowerment Training



A non-governmental organization (NGO), Reap Africa Initiative has launched an online free 2 weeks intensive training on agro business and entrepreneurship.

The scheme tagged, “Youth Revolution in Entrepreneurship and Agricultural Production” (Y-REAP) is aimed at giving free online training on 10 basic entrepreneurship courses and one elective course on any agricultural product to participants.

The  training according to Reap Africa Intiative is open to all Nigerians irrespective of their age, status and class.

Chief Executive Officer of Reap Africa Initiative, Mr. Donald Mmereole in a statement said “we lunched the Y-REAP training in line with our organization’s next phase of driving an entrepreneurial/agricultural revolution in Nigeria. 

It is a known fact globally,that Nigerian youths are intelligent, energized, resilient and enterprising;however, garnishing these traits with professional knowledge and capacity building on the basic entrepreneurial skills which will  have a great impact on our economy. 
Reap Africa initiative is a Certified Management Consulting(CMD) organization.

We also acknowledge that funding is a major challenge faced by startups and existing SMEs; as a certified Enterprise Development Institution (EDI) for the NIRSAL AGSMEIS LOAN SCHEME our certificate gives you the gate pass to access up to 3M Naira collateral-free loan.

Participants will also be given an opportunity to join our cooperative with prospects of grants and other means of funding for SMEs from our partners. 

The revolution starts with a click on register and take the trainings for free”  Mmerole statement reads.

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Africa Wedding Expo 2022 Gets New Date



The organisers of Africa’s foremost wedding exposition have announced the postponement of the event originally slated to hold June 28-29, at the Monarch Event Centre, Lagos. 

In a press statement released signed by Dayo Falade, Executive Convener of the Africa Wedding Expo 2022, it regretted the postponement of the much anticipated event.

According to the statement it pleaded with prospective sponsors, vendors, exhibitors, attendees, volunteers and wedding event enthusiasts, for their understanding on the unfortunate postponement.

It went on to explain that the organisers lost a strategic member in charge of its affairs to the cold hands of death in Kenya. Adding that it would be insensitive to go hold  ahead with the event as scheduled.

The statement further reassured prospective exhibitors and vendors who have registered and paid for participation at the event not to fret. That their places at the event are assured. 

“We made this difficult decision due to a tragic event that happened on June 23rd which we believe if we allow the event go on, it will seem insensitive to the family involved. This is very much heavy on us as a whole lot has been invested time, energy and resources into making sure AFRICA WEDDING EXPO 2022 happen in grand style but unfortunately we have to postpone till later date.

“We are sincerely sorry for the inconveniences this very change will cause to everyone who is looking forward to the event. This is a phase that’s beyond our control.

It added reassuringly, “All payment made from various quarters including booths reservation by vendors, partners and exhibitors would remain valid for the event, which we have rescheduled to hold October 25-26, 2022.

“We appreciate your level of understanding that we do not have control over nature and your willingness to go though this phase with us, we need your support by being patient with us and helping to calm any negative reactions within your area of influence,” it added conclusively. 

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