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Okugbe Microfinance Bank

8 Jan 2018
The President-General of Urhobo Progress Union (UPU) Worldwide, Olorogun (Dr.) Moses Taiga, says the Okugbe Microfinance Bank being put together by the UPU for Ewheya (Urhobo women) would take off this year. Olorogun Taiga also disclosed that the Mukoro Mowoe University, being facilitated by the UPU, would come on stream as soon as the National…

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