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Minister to launch Yuboss scheme at Yudala zero Gravity

By Editor   |   12 October 2016   |   3:20 am

Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige.

Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige.

Minister of Labour and Productivity, Chris Ngige, is scheduled to launch YUBOSS – an entrepreneurship and wealth creation scheme set up by Yudala in partnership with foremost financial institution, Access Bank Plc. and telecommunications firm, Airtel, as part of the activities at the Yudala Zero Gravity concert holding at the Sheraton Hotel, Abuja on October 21st.

YUBOSS is an entrepreneurship scheme set up by pioneer online and offline retail giants, Yudala, to build a league of emerging entrepreneurs and generate creative employment for millions of Nigerians. Members are entitled to attractive commissions and a wide range of benefits including business mentorship sessions and capacity-building workshops.

Through YUBOSS, Yudala seeks to generate creative employment for thousands of Nigerians by offering them a chance to earn mouth-watering commissions through sales of Yudala’s wide range of products. The scheme is structured to see members rise through the ranks and ultimately become the part-owner of a Yudala franchise store when they achieve platinum status.

Interested individuals can access the YUBOSS page on the Yudala website to sign up for the scheme by filling the registration form on the page. Apart from being able to sign up on the Yudala website, intending members who have existing accounts with Yudala can migrate to the YUBOSS by signing up after logging in.

Instructively, YUBOSS is targeted at smart Nigerians: undergraduates, post-graduate students, unemployed and under-employed individuals, housewives etc. who have the drive and ambition to earn money and be their own bosses.

Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Yudala Nigeria, Dave Ibelegbu, who signed the contract documents on behalf of the company, had stated the massive impact YUBOSS will have in improving the lives of participants.

“I enjoin Nigerians to visit the Yudala website to sign up to YUBOSS. This is a scheme that will definitely change the lives of millions of Nigerians. There is no investment on the part of members. Exceptional performers will enjoy commissions and swift movement through the scheme to become eventual business partners of Yudala.”

On his part, Executive Director, Personal Banking at Access Bank, Victor Etiokwu, who represented the Group MD, Herbert Wigwe, disclosed that YUBOSS is a game-changer, which is set to unlock prosperity for millions of Nigerians, while taking the nation’s economy to greater heights at this critical period of our national life.

“When the discussions on YUBOSS commenced between both organisations, I was excited because this is an initiative that will empower millions of Nigerian youths and by extension, contribute to the growth and development of the Nigerian economy. I am not in doubt that this scheme will be a huge success, especially considering Yudala’s nationwide network of stores, the calibre of renowned entrepreneurs driving the company and the drive and expertise exhibited by the entire team.”

Also, Chief Executive Officer/Managing Director, Airtel Nigeria, Segun Ogunsanya, emphasises the strategic nature of Airtel’s partnership with Yudala, which according to him, will undoubtedly raise the profile of the YUBOSS scheme by offering members a sound telecoms network and high speed data access on 3G network.

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