The Yahaya Seriki Foundation is poised for a groundbreaking move with its “Cash Boost Initiative,” a significant program aiming to infuse N250 million in cash grants to bolster aspiring entrepreneurs, small business owners, women, and youth in Kwara State and its environs. Scheduled for November 18 in Ilorin, the state capital, this initiative marks a pivotal moment in fostering economic growth and empowering individuals.
Under the visionary leadership of Amb AbdulFatai Yahaya Seriki Gambari MFR, the foundation has consistently strived to enhance economic stability and prosperity in the region. The Cash Boost Initiative represents its latest and most substantial effort yet, affirming the foundation’s commitment to nurturing local talent and advancing entrepreneurship.
Addressing prevalent economic challenges in Kwara State and nearby areas, this grant program aims to provide essential financial support to those endeavoring to establish or expand businesses, pursue higher education, or enhance their livelihoods.
Scheduled for November 18, the Cash Boost Initiative welcomes a diverse pool of applicants, including entrepreneurs, artisans, students, and innovators. The grants offered will serve as a vital catalyst for these ventures, providing crucial financial backing to convert aspirations into tangible achievements.
A selection committee oversees the application process, ensuring grants are allocated to projects with significant potential for impact, job creation, and alignment with Kwara State’s economic development objectives.
Leading up to the empowerment date, regular updates on the foundation’s website and social media platforms will keep applicants informed. The forthcoming November 18 event is anticipated to create a historic milestone in Kwara State’s economic landscape, promising substantial transformations in the lives of grant recipients. Aspiring entrepreneurs, students, and individuals with innovative ideas are encouraged to seize this remarkable opportunity.