Part of activities to drive the President Muhammadu Buhari’s led administration on Economic Growth Recovery Plan (ERGP) that seeks to diversify Nigeria’s economy, promote the production, consumption and exportation of indigenous goods and services and also nurture innovation and entrepreneurship, the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) alongside other Federal Government Agencies have converged in Akure, Ondo State for the 14th edition of the Micro Small and Medium Enterprise Clinics.
MSME Clinic is a one-stop shop designed to bridge the gap between Government Agencies and MSMEs, encourage the use of shared services and facilitate the ease of doing businesses across the country.
In the past, the event was successfully hosted at Abia, Kwara, Sokoto, Plateau, Katsina, Cross-River, Ogun , FCT, Akwa-Ibom, Osun, Eboyin, Kogi and Anambra States respectively.
The two day event was officially declared open by the Deputy Governor of Ondo State, Mr Agbola Ajayi.
Ajayi in his remarks applauded the Federal Government for bringing the initiative to the State, and urge the MSMEs to take full advantage of the event.