MSME Survival Fund: Up to N150,000 worth of Products to be purchased under GOS - Nwaogu discloses

The Abia State Coordinator of Social Investment Programmes and Special Adviser to the State Governor on Job Creation and Youth Development,  Mr Chinenye Nwaogu has, Tuesday, in a statement during the Activation of the Payroll Supports Track in Umuahia disclosed that up to N150,000 worth of Products will be purchased from each of the 100,000 Companies to benefit from the Guaranteed Offtake Scheme (GOS).

Mr Nwaogu in the event captured in Track News https://www.tracknews.ng/2021/02/survival-fund-3000-abians-to-benefit-from-guarantee-off-take-scheme.html encouraged Abians to leverage on the opportunities provided by the MSME Survival Funds Scheme noting that more than 3,000 beneficiaries of the Guaranteed Offtake Scheme would emerge in the State.

Also speaking during the event, a representative of the Programme for the federal government, Mr. Nwosu Nnaemeka revealed that about 332,205 MSME employees from 51,435 businesses have so far been paid under the Payrol Supports Track across the 36 states of the country plus the FCT.


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The Project Delivery Office of the N75 Billion MSME Survival Funds has also in the course of the Payroll Supports Activation event that took place in Abia, Abuja and Kaduna launched #IGotSurvivalFund on their Official Twitter Handle https://mobile.twitter.com/SurvivalFund_ng.

The PDO called on the beneficiaries of the Track in the 3 States to Join the Conversation on the Payroll Supports Scheme by visiting their Twitter handle and using the Hashtag #IGotSurvivalFund with their pictures to participate and express their heart feelings.

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