Osinbajo to open MSMEs clinic in Ilorin

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The Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo will on Thursday in Ilorin declare open a-three day Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) Clinic for viable enterprises.

The Chief Operating Officer, Kwara State MSMEs Bureau, Mr Segun Soewu said this in Ilorin on Monday.

According to him, the clinic is a platform for entrepreneurs of MSMEs in the state to discuss opportunities and challenges confronting their businesses.

Soewu added that business owners could also make inquiries about policies and regulations regarding their businesses from the federal agencies that would be at the programme.

He listed the agencies to include Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON), Federal Inland Revenue Services (FIRS), Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), and the Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission.

Others include, Nigeria Export Promotion Council, Nigerian Export-Import Bank and National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) among others.

Soewu explained that intending participants are expected to contact the Bureau at the Kwara State Ministry of Commerce and Cooperatives.

According to him, the event will hold at the Banquet Hall, Ilorin at 10 a.m daily.

Newsverge reports that Osinbajo had on January 26 declared open MSMEs clinic in Aba, the Commercial Hub of Abia.