Kudimata seeks partnership with CAC to register 30,000 businesses owned by Corps Members

The CAC has assured that it will collaborate with a nongovernmental organisation, Kudimata, to register 30 thousand businesses owned by Corps Members.

The Registrar-General/CEO CAC, Hussaini Ishaq Magaji, revealed this on Tuesday 13th February,2024 while receiving Mrs. Kathleen Erhimu, the founder of Kudimata Nig Ltd.,who was on a courtesy call to the Commission.
Hussaini Ishaq Magaji described the development as a huge boost to his dream of registering 20 million businesses in 2024.
Speaking on her mission to the CAC, the founder, Kudimata, said the over-two-year-old firm is in partnership with the NYSC and NNPC Foundation to empower all Corps members across the country.
She said they offered basic financial education and graduate them to the second phase, “Kick Start My Business,” where they receive business fundamentals to start up their entrepreneurial journey.
Erhimu therefore said Kudimata was in CAC to solicit collaboration for the registration of 30 thousand such businesses, added that their goal was to register 100 thousand businesses before the end of 2024.
Over 300,000 people have been trained by Kudimata in a bid to ensure economic development in line with the present administration’s economic revival plan.
While thanking the CAC for its resolve to register the businesses at special discount rates, Kathleen Erhimu enjoined Nigerians and groups to support their endeavour aimed at youth empowerment.

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