If Your Business was Looted/Vandalized LSETF wants to support you

By Oluchi Johnson-Achibiri | 2 min read
26th October 2020
If Your Business was Looted/Vandalized LSETF wants to support you

The Lagos State Employment Trust Fund (LSETF) is currently receiving applications from Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) affected by the widespread looting and vandalism last week.

The Lagos State Employment Trust Fund, October 23, 2020 pledged on its Twitter page, to support Lagos-based business owners affected by the destruction and/or looting of their businesses.

If you are a Lagos-based business owner and your store got looted or vandalized last week, fill out this form by the Lagos State Employment Trust Fund (LSETF).

The Lagos State Employment Trust Fund was established to create jobs and tackle unemployment by providing skills development & entrepreneurship opportunities.

Oluchi Johnson-Achibiri
Oluchi Johnson-Achibiri has a background in Management Consulting and is passionate about lending her experience to help entrepreneurs start and scale their businesses.
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