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N75bn MSME Schemes’ Registration Commences



N75bn MSME Schemes’ Registration Commences

The Registration portal for the N75 billion micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) survival fund and guaranteed off-take schemes of the Federal government opens Monday, the minister of state for industry, trade and investment, Mariam Katagum, has announced.

According to her, the project, which would run for an initial period of three months, would be open for 1.7 million entities and individuals across the country.

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Katagum explained that the survival fund and guaranteed off-take schemes were at the core of the N2.3trillion stimulus package of the federal government.

The N2.3trillion stimulus package, also known as the Nigeria economic sustainability plan, is being implemented by the federal government to cushion the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the country’s economy.

She said the implementation of the plan was with a view to boosting the economy by saving existing jobs and creating new job opportunities.

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Nigerian Economy Loses N700Bn to EndSARS Protest – LCCI




Nigerian Economy losses N700bn TO Endsars Protest-LCCI

The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has valued the nation’s losses as a result of the ENDSARS protest at N700 billion.
The statement released by LCCI partly reads:

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“The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry is however concerned about the negative impact that the protracted nature of the EndSars protests has on business activities across the country. Over the past twelve days, economic activities have been crippled in most parts of the country and have been particularly profound in the urban areas. The Nigerian economy has suffered an estimated Seven Hundred Billion Naira [₦700 billion] loss in the past twelve days’’.

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10,000 Protesters Defy Thai Crackdown After Emergency Decree



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10,000 Thai protesters gathered Thursday in defiance of a sweeping crackdown after authorities moved to crush months of pro-democracy demonstrations by imposing emergency powers and rounding up leading activists.

Protesters chanted “Prayut get out!” and “free our friends!” as they confronted police at Ratchaprasong, a busy junction in central Bangkok, despite a new decree that bans gatherings of more than four people — aimed at quelling student-led demonstrations.

The Government of Prime minister Prayut Chan-o-Cha, a former army chief who initially took power in a 2014 coup, has been the target of the protesters, but they have also taken aim at Thailand’s unassailable monarchy.

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As night fell, Thai protesters waved their lit-up mobile phones in the air.

Thousands sat on plastic sheets on the road snacking on street food while scores more watched from overhead walkways. Many said they would return Friday evening.

After the emergency measures were announced early Thursday, riot police dispersed hundreds of protesters who camped overnight outside the prime minister’s office.

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CBN Invests Over N120bn on Cotton Value Chain



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The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN says it has invested over N120 billion on the Nigerian Cotton value chain and projected over 300, 000 metric tonnes of seed cotton by end of 2020.

This was made known by the Deputy Governor, Corporate Services, CBN, Edward Adamu, at the Cotton, Textile and Garments, CTG, stakeholders meeting tagged ‘Cotton Harvest 2020 season’.

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According to Adamu, the Apex bank’s intervention is to eradicate smuggling and dumping of textile goods in Nigeria and also to resuscitate and return the lost glory of the cotton textile and garment industry.

He recalls the booming days of the industry that sustained the economy with massive job creation, which in the 1970’s and early 1980s, Nigeria was home to Africa’s largest textile industry, with over 180 textile Mills in operations, which employed close to over 450,000 people.

Explaining that if nurtured properly, the industry can create millions of jobs for Nigerians.

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