100 Delta women get economic lifeline

At-least 100 female petty traders in Delta State have received micro lifeline of forty thousand naira each from a


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100 Delta women get economic lifeline
Members of Team Enosa & one of the Beneficiaries, Aghogho Godwin

At-least 100 female petty traders in Delta State have received micro lifeline of forty thousand naira each from a political pressure group,Team Ebosa, to enable them start small scale business or boost existing trade, just as they were charged to strictly separate leisure from investment.                    

Speaking on the subject," Financial Management and Empowerment for Petty Traders", a business management expert, Samuel Ideh, admonished the beneficiaries to learn the principle of earning their income from production cost, rather than their profits.                    

He opined that empowering women is empowering the whole society, because "they take care of the children and the entire family".                    

Legal Adviser to Team Ebosa, Barr. Tsewo Edema, stressed that the beneficiaries will be monitored to ensure that the monies are profitably invested with a view to ensuring growth of their trades.                

Barr. Edema advised the women to add professionalism, good conduct and improved physical appearance in doing their business, noting that it will go a long way in growing their trade.                   

In a chat with newsmen after receiving the largesse, one of the beneficiaries, Mrs. Toritseju Braibo, described the DESOPADEC Chairman, Hon. Godwin Toritseju Ebosa as a God sent man who came to wipe away tears from their eyes.                   

Our Correspondent reports that Special Assistant to Hon. Godwin Ebosa, Mr. Ekpoko Ukalami, President of National Association of Itsekiri Graduates, NAIG, Comrade Collins Edema and representatives of Itsekiri National Youth Council, INYC, were among those that graced the empowerment programme held Saturday September 8 in Warri, Delta State.


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