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2 Apr 2019
While rising unemployment rate seems to be an uphill task for Nigeria's present and past governments, the British Government is showing the way forward through the Nigeria Creatives Enterprise Support Programme. The Nigeria Creatives Enterprise Support Programme organised by the British Council and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office trained a total of 108 Nigeria's emerging…
25 Jan 2019
Over 150 Nigerians in the fashion and film industry have been selected by the British government to participate in the Nigeria Creative Enterprise Support Programme. The Nigeria Creative Enterprise Support Programme is an initiative by the British Council and the Foreign Commonwealth Office (FCO) which focuses on the development of talent and innovation within Fashion…

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