Firm designs platform to empower Nigerian youth
The Sigma Clique is an ‘all in one’ stop center for news and information, financial literacy programms, lifestyle, entertainment, wisdom and life lessons, business and mentorship among others.
The firm explained that the platform was designed to prepare Nigerian youths for a brighter future, adding that it would continually provide exciting and highly impactful content on the platform to help prepare the youth for giant strides, which will affect many more generations to come.
“One of the outstanding features on the Sigma Clique is that entrepreneurs can connect with each other, find out about one another’s businesses, build a network of like minds and make sales to one another.”
According to the Managing Director of the firm, Dave Uduanu; “We must ensure that as we build phenomenal businesses in this region, we also empower the Nigerian Youth, help them build capacity and prepare them to take giant strides towards a better future for all Nigerians. This is our inspiration for creating the Sigma Clique.
“Do not be the last to visit, go to www.sigmaclique.com and gain access to all these amazing stuff. There are also lots of prizes to be won, do not miss out.”
Meanwhile, the pension company has also donated drugs and medical equipment to the National Eye Centre, Kaduna.
The company also renovated the emergency unit of the hospital. Making the donations recently at the center, Chief Compliance Officer of the company, Nafisa Mohammed, said the donations were part of the cooperate social responsibility of the company.
She said as a pension administrator, the firm was determined to contribute its quota to better the lives of the people.
She said the drugs and the equipment were to help the center in rendering services to the people.
“We tried to do our own beat as it were, towards helping the the centre. It is a partnership and we felt we need to give back at our own level.
“We refurbished the emergency wing of the eye centre. We provided visitors chairs. We provided some equipment and drugs for the emergency unit” she said.
According to her, the items donated were among some of the basic necessities of the centre.
“We have done our little bid and we hope that God will give us the grace and the ability to do more in future” she said in an interview with journalists shortly after presenting the donations.
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