Criterion Tasks Muslim Women on Sustainable Entrepreneurship 

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(Last Updated On: 2017-01-17)

Nahimah Ajikanle Nurudeen

 

The Criterion,  a group of Muslim women in business and profession has identified the need for sustainable entrepreneurship among women in the society.

This according to The Criterion Public Relations Officer, Mrs. Tijani informed the group’s decision to focus this year’s edition of its annual seminar on the theme ‘Creating Sustainable Entrepreneurship.

The event slated to hold on Sunday 12 February,  2017 at MRC Hall, LASUCOM, Ikeja will have the Executive Secretary, Lagos State Employment Trust Fund,  Mr Akintunde Oyebode and the CEO Arabel, Alhaja Sherifah Andu.

The speakers are expected to discuss the topics, Job creation and business funding options in Lagos state and the challenge of Muslim women entrepreneur.

 

 

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