Mr. Thomas Gyang, Senator Danjuma Laah, Jekada and Hyat and others for Flag-off of FEGP by Chungaipreneur
The Director General of the Kaduna State Procurement Agency, Mr. Thomas Gyang will be attending the Flag-off Fast Tracking Entrepreneurship Growth Project (FEGP 💗 organised by Chungaipreneur Enterprises. Expected at the historic event, is Sen. Danjuma Laah who is the Special Guest of Honour, other dignitaries expected at the event are Air. Comdre. Emmanuel Jekada (rtd) the Kaduna State Chairman of the APC and Dr. Hassan Hyat the PDP Kaduna State Chairman as special guests respectively. Others include Pst. Yashim Mathias founder of the Hope Builders Foundation as the guest speaker, Mr. Edward Masha is the patron of the FEGP project.
The event which is slated for 9.00am on Monday the 31st December, 2018 will hold at the New Choice Multi Purpose Hall, Aduwan 2, Kafanchan and is supported by the Jama’a Local Government Council administration, Salama Radio amongst others. Meanwhile, the Hon. Chairman of the Jama’a will the chief host.
While Mr. Tim Maiyaki, a serial social entrepreneur and founder of the Chungaipreneur Enterprises, will host the event.
The FEGP is a platform provided by the Chungaipreneur Team to increase awareness on entrepreneurship, identify aspiring and established entrepreneurs inspired by the activities of the Chungaipreneur Enterprises, in a bit to support and promote their activities to enable them achieve their potentials of creating wealth and jobs for the youths.
Chungaipreneur Enterprises had been promoting entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship of southern Kaduna origin and even beyond, through it’s annual entrepreneurship seminar at Kafanchan, outdoor sales events known as the “Market Place” in Kaduna metropolis and on its social medium channels.
According to the host, Mr. Tim Maiyaki, the FEGP has come to stay and with the right support from good spirited individuals, organisations and government, the initiative will see to the emergence of many Dangotes in Southern Kaduna, KADUNA state and the country at large.
‘We are not in any form of competition, but are however poised to make entrepreneurship attractive to youths. We are encouraged by the outpour of support so far and we are grateful”. Tim Maiyaki said.