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Firms collaborate to empower 6,000 youths

An e-commerce and direct selling platform, Qnet, has partnered Transblue Nigeria Limited, a customer service compliance and logistics company, to empower 6000 Nigerian youths through a new initiative known as FinGreen.

Speaking during the launch of FinGreen in Lagos, the Africa Regional Manager, Sub-Saharan for QNET, Biram Fall, explained that the initiative employed a train- the-trainer’s model, ensuring that the information impacted was transmitted to the community for a more sustainable outcome.

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He said, “Being financially literate today allows an individual to be better poised for certain financial roadblocks which, in turn, reduces the chances of personal economic distress. We developed this programme because sustainability is a core pillar of our values at QNET. We aim to make a long lasting impact in the communities we operate in and looking at the growing youth population in the country, it is important to ensure that future and current generations have the requisite information needed to make empowered socio-economic decisions.

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