VP confers presidential award for MSMEs devt on Mbah

Vice President Kashim Shettima has conferred a presidential award of National Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) on the Governor of Enugu State, Dr. Peter Mbah, citing his outstanding contributions to the sub-sector in the state. Presenting the award on behalf of the Vice President at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, last Thursday, the Deputy Chief of Staff, Ibrahim Hadejia, said that Mbah had made tremendous impact, supporting the growth of MSMEs in the South East. Hadejia said: “The recipient is someone my principal described as changing the leadership strategy, not only in Enugu State, but in the entire South East. “Mbah is also one of the most Information Technology (IT)-savvy individuals I have ever met, and he is putting a lot of that experience and knowledge into governance in the state. And he also recognises the impact that MSMEs have, not just on the labour market, but on productivity and increase in economic activities in his state.” “On behalf of the Vice president, I have the honour to present you with the MSME Award for 2024.” Speaking to newsmen, Mbah described the award as an elixir to do more, describing MSMEs as the lifeblood of any economic development. He described the Vice President as a champion of MSMEs, commending his tireless commitment to the Light-Up Nigeria Project, which, he said, would help to ramp up power supply to industrial clusters in the South East. The post VP confers presidential award for MSMEs devt on Mbah appeared first on Guardian Nigeria News.

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