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Project Empower3600 launches In Abuja with Federal Ministry of Communication, NITDA, GiantFoot, NYSC

Hello boss,
So, I was at Project #Empower3600 which held yesterday at Sheraton Abuja hotel organised by GiantFoot Ltd owners of www.tatafonaija.com.  It was an all day training workshop for 100 young people especially drawn from the NYSC as sponsored by Ministry of Communication and Technology as well as NITDA.

This project aimed at training and raising 100 Social media entrepreneurs in the 36 states will also take place in 36 months. Watch out when it will be at your state...it teaches Ruthless Execution, Website design, Blogging, Instagram money, Online Reputation management, Making money with website designing, Information marketing and also Importation business.

Need I say more? Enjoy photos:














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