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YOTSI Launches FUND-YES To Empower Youths and Women in Businesses and Agriculture

*YOTSI Launches “FUND-YES” Business Financing for Youth and Women Entrepreneurs in Africa*   *Victor Monday olajide*  YOTSI Launches "FUND-YES" Business Financing for Youth and Women Entrepreneurs in Africa The Youth off the Street Initiative (YOTSI), founded by Comrade Kennedy Iyere, a visionary humanitarian activist and accomplished social entrepreneur, has unveiled a groundbreaking business financing intervention program aimed at catalyzing the growth of young and women entrepreneurs across Africa.  The innovative initiative, aptly named “FUND-YES,” was recently launched in Abuja in collaboration with Fidelity Bank and other esteemed corporate partners. Comrade Kennedy Iyere, a beacon of social change, underscored the pressing need for such a program by highlighting the staggering unemployment rates among youth even with educational qualifications.  In a compelling address at the unveiling event, Comrade Iyere emphasized, “Despite posses

Abuja Indigenous Inhabitants Demands Greater Recognition

The association of indigenous inhabitants of Abuja has marked this year's international day of Indigenous people in the Fct, with a call on the federal government to expand opportunities for it's aboriginal inhabitants. The event took place at the FCTA Social Development Secretariat Pavilion, area 10 Garki Abuja. Thetribes representing Abuja Indigenous associations came in their numbers to celebrate the occation. Dignitaries were present and this e who could not be present sent delegates to represent them. Former AMAC chairman Mr. Abdullahi Candido was present, senator representing the Fct, Senator Ireti KINGIBE sent a representative and the Hon. member representing AMAC/Bwari federal constituent was present as well as other sons and daughters from the fct. Here is the speech of SENATOR IRETI KINGIBE INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE WORLD’S INDIGENOUS PEOPLE PRESS RELEASE PRESENTED BY HON. SOLOMON DANJUMA ONBEHALF OF THE SENATOR AT INTERNATIONAL WORLD’S INDIGEN

R Peter Boniface is 53 yrs old. He's married but unfortunately lost his wife two/three years ago. He needs help... Read more

R Peter Boniface is 53 yrs old. He's married but unfortunately lost his wife two/three years ago. He's an electrician by profession. He has three kids.  He is suffering from a desease of the leg, probably ulcer of the leg, or cancer or both. He was asked to go for various tests to ascertain the exact sickness but have not. The sickness comes with a terrible pain each especially when exposed to cold. It's swells and has a terrible stench. The second leg is gradually been affected. It is like a burn which is increasing in size and ever fresh like a new wound. He's been to Gwagwalada General Hospital, but little or nothing is being achieved because of paucity of funds. From the documents available, he need appropriately #2,000,000  Two million naira to undergo serious and comprehensive treatment.  He has no means of livelihood as the sickness has taken the better part of him.  He's not well kempt. He's barely surviving.