Register Your Business And Access The N96 million World Bank agriculture loan In Calabar

The Speaker of Cross River House of Assembly, Mr John Lebo, Still maintain that for the 40 beneficiaries to access the N96 million World Bank agriculture loan to the state. They must first have to register their business. This he say will help them keep record of how the money was disbursed.
Lebo, who represents Abi state constituency, told the youths that they needed to do so to be able to access the N96 million World Bank agriculture loan to the state.

He also said that each beneficiary would be given N2.4 million under the World Bank Youth and Women Empowerment Scheme in the state.
The speaker, who is the guarantor to the 40 beneficiaries, said that the loans would be disbursed to them in the first or second week of August.

He further promised to recommend them for similar loans in future if they made judicious use of the funds. In the same vain Lebo also advised unemployed youths in the state to endeavour to undergo training at the South-South Entrepreneurship Development Centre, Calabar.

This he said that the training was necessary for the youths so as to get them fully prepared for business.
The Cross River Government says it has concluded plans to acquire 250 hectares of land for banana cultivation in Odukpani Local Government Area of the state.

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