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Other Banks Advised to Emulate Heritage Bank in Support of Young Businesses

In spite of the tough economical and financial terrain in Nigeria now, Heritage bank has remained unflinching in their call to support youth driven initiatives and SMEs.

In partnership with the Nigerian Young Professionals Forum, they have just disbursed N50million naira to 35 young entrepreneurs for their business from thousands of applicants with a view to helping them manage and grow their businesses.


During the event which is the YESGrant, Stephanie Okereke-Linus who is the brand ambassador "congratulated the winners of the Grants and praised Heritage Bank for its commitment to young people. She advised other banks to emulate Heritage Bank, while seeking beneficiaries to put the money received to good use".

Full story was published on The News 

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