Primera Africa Finance, Cuddly Kids, Phamatex to launch youth centre
Primera Africa Finance Group, a firm, which provides financial solutions to meet clients’ needs, has advocated for a youth enterprise centre that will house different SME hubs. This is to encourage young entrepreneurs in Nigeria.
AYLES is designed to be a defining moment in the life of African young people.It is a working summit where a large contingent of youths and representatives from diverse sectors of the society will share innovative ideas, practices, and strategies for promoting youth employment.
The goal of the summit, according to Sucex Bright, the convener, is to create productive and sustainable livelihoods for over 20 million young adults, especially young graduates and start-ups facing poverty by the year 2023.
Bright said: “We have taken the step, in collaboration with our partners, to set up Youth Enterprise Centres in all the states to educate our youths and to create opportunities for them, by partnering governments at all levels and other private entities.”
Also speaking at the just concluded Africa Youth Leadership & Economic Summit powered by The Guardian Newspaper Ltd and Orator Project Africa, the Managing Director, Mr. Jero Ogah, stated: “The outfit operates in four major business areas: Securities Trading, Financial Advisory, Principal Investments and Consumer Finance and based on our interest to see a strong economy emerge, we are ready to deliver the most advanced financial solutions to encourage entrepreneurial thinking and long-term commitment to service.”
The conference, which lasted for three days, had delegates from over eight African countries and representatives from Cuddly Kids School, Amuwo Odofin, Phamatex Industries, Godenville Montessori School, Dynatech Group, Senco Tours, Cywe Ltd and a host of other organisations.Ogah, said, “it is a seminar as well as a boot-camp event that would launch a decade-long global campaign for youth employment and leadership development.”
Speaking on the theme, Anuri Obijiaku expressed optimism that with the right support and enabling environment, African youths will be empowered to make lasting connections to create positive changes in their communities.
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