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By: Yusuf Umar

The Deputy Governor of Adamawa state,Chief Crowther Seth in partnership with the Digal Entrepreneurship Development Institute has sponsored a business development training and access to funds for one hundred indigines of the state.

The event held at the Atiku Support Group in Jimeta is to equipt the participants with the business and entrepreneurship skills and knowledge.


With glaring hardship coupled with unemployment, young people have been very restive and extremely violent in conduct.

The battle the fresh air Government led by Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri is made to face headlong, through innitiating and promoting various empowerment programmes to stem the tide.

Chief Crowther Seth is also at the forefront in the fight against unemployment, hence his resolve to facilitate entrepreneurship development as a way of equipping both men and women with the necessary skills that will enable them start up and manage something on their own.

He sponsored one hundred men and women in business development training and access to funds aimed at giving them skills and knowledge on how to create and improve their existing business.

The silent achiever Chief Crowther Seth believe that such training will increase skills for the participants to enhance their ability to engage in sustainable self employed business and as well, increase access to financial support, through linkages to investors, credit banks for business growth and expansion purpose.

The M.D Digal Entrepreneurship Development Institute, Collins Visomenso Samaila lauded the deputy Governor for such innitiating and efforts which according to him will saddled the recipient with knowledge and skills on how to be employable and useful to themselves and the society.

The training was climaxed with the presentation of certificates.

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