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In this report, TUNDE OGUNTOLA evaluates the impact of the GEEP programme restructured as GEEP 2.0 to effectively deliver soft loans and skills to a wide range of unemployed citizens, persons living with disabilities, marginalised women and other vulnerable groups As a panacea to give access to credit for poor and vulnerable Nigerians facing challenges such as lack of capital due to inadequate access to finance and credit, inability to attract talented and tech-savvy manpower, the federal government launched Government Enterprise and Empowerment Programme (GEEP) now known as GEEP 2.0, a components of the National Social Investment Programme (NSIP) of the current administration restructured as parts of efforts to lift 100 million Nigerians out of poverty. GEEP basically offers three programmes: TraderMoni for marginalised youths, MarketMoni that targets vulnerable women, and the FarmerMoni specifically focused on rural farmers. The target beneficiaries people who are already engaged in

This is how Nigerian Student make Thousands Of Dollars Renting Rooms To Students

– Abayomi Onasanya invested his money into providing accommodation to students and he made big profits from it – Before he came into the business, he was into the venture of building for young and rich professionals in Lag – Seeing that students are faced with the strong problem of shelter, he tapped into the market and built modern and relatively affordable spaces PAY ATTENTION:  Win a prize of N115,000, N75,000 or N38,000: participate in Big Bioreports Independence contest by Bioreports A Nigerian businessman, Abayomi Onasanya has made a lot of money from tapping into the need for student accommodatiWhen he came to Nigeria from the UK 15 years ago, he was not into real estate directed at students as his target markets were young professions. His call centre in Lagos state employed students. What Abayomi noticed then was that among the many problems his student employees faced was the issue of accommodation, How We Made It In Africa reports “I realised the students travel miles to get