Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to support FG’s ‘LIFE’‎ programme for wealth creation

Audu Ogbeh,the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development said the Bill and Melinda gates foundation has pledged to support federal government’s Labour Intensive and Life Enterprise,’LIFE’‎ which is targeted to create wealth for the entrepreneurial rural women and youths.

The ‘LIFE’ Programme Audu Ogbeh informed is an initiative of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture ‎to avert economic pressure in rural areas and create wealth for the rural people by siting cottage industries, and small scale industries in rural areas for the rural dwellers.

Ogbeh who spoke at the Federal Ministry of Agriculture strategy Retreat 2017,said the government had ‎
‘We are trying to democratise capitalism. Industries are mainly around the big cities always. Our youths pull in mainly from the villages to the cities, once they arrive the living conditions are tough.‎

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Bill and Melinda gates Foundation to support FG’s ‘LIFE’‎ programme for wealth creation

HARRISON EDEH, ABUJA

Audu Ogbeh,the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development said the Bill and Melinda gates foundation has pledged to support federal government’s Labour Intensive and Life Enterprise,’LIFE’‎ which is targeted to create wealth for the entrepreneurial rural women and youths.

The ‘LIFE’ Programme Audu Ogbeh informed is an initiative of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture ‎to avert economic pressure in rural areas and create wealth for the rural people by siting cottage industries, and small scale industries in rural areas for the rural dwellers.

Ogbeh who spoke at the Federal Ministry of Agriculture strategy Retreat 2017,said the government had ‎
‘We are trying to democratise capitalism. Industries are mainly around the big cities always. Our youths pull in mainly from the villages to the cities, once they arrive the living conditions are tough.‎

 

Source: Businessday Online

January 28, 2017
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